Brian Guthrie

Brian Guthrie

Irving, Texas - United States website facebook twitter

A serial author of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Historical Fiction, and more. A historian who grew up in the battlefields of Europe 50 years after World War II.  A gamer for life, lover of books, writing, all things Star Wars and Trek (yeah, it's possible), computers, cosplay (you saw the profile pic, right?), Dragoncon, World War II history, science, and linguistics (his kid is bilingual also). Holder of an MA and BS in History, an AA in Arabic, and an AAS in Intelligence Studies and Technology.  In his spare time (lol, what's that?) he builds computers, cross-stitches, spins and eats fire (pictures and videos available), and thinks about eternity and time. List writer for Ranker, freelance editor for Scribendi, ESL teacher, and veteran.

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  1. 16 Famous Bodies From History Found In Inconspicuous Places

    16 Famous Bodies From History Found In Inconspicuous Places

    You might expect the locations where historical figures are buried to be grand. Royals like Anne Boleyn and Louis XIV seem destined for ornate coffins, and ...
  2. True Stories And Grim Realities For Black Servicemen During WWII

    True Stories And Grim Realities For Black Servicemen During WWII

    Black servicemen in World War 2, as well as their female counterparts, served the United States with distinction both home and abroad. From an initial ...
  3. Real Nazi Relics You Can Visit Right Here in the USA If You're Into That Kind Of Thing

    Real Nazi Relics You Can Visit Right Here in the USA If You're Into That Kind Of Thing

    Have you ever wondered what relics of Nazis in the USA can be found – or even visited? Of course you have because who hasn't, right? That's not a totally weird ...
  4. Dashing Leading Men You Had No Idea Fought In WWII

    Dashing Leading Men You Had No Idea Fought In WWII

    We saw them as our stars – our dashing leading men. We threw awards at them, cheering whenever we saw them, not realizing that many carried honors far ...