Stories By Peter Bridges
A Place for Three Seasons: Crested ButteMay 6, 2020
Let us be clear on one thing: physically fit people tend to get more out of...
Notes From Italy: Some Old EnvoysMay 6, 2020
Counts who stank of garlic–as did the whole country–had sponged on him for seats in his...
The Day of Battle by Rick AtkinsonMay 5, 2020
This long, well documented book by Rick Atkinson is one of the best accounts of any...
Notes From Italy: The Oversized EmbassyMay 4, 2020
Nor, it seems, do Americans get out of their diplomatic fortress the way they used to....
Notes from Italy: Romulus and NeighborsMay 2, 2020
The next time you go to Rome, take a half-day to go to Pomezia, just south...
The Greatest Battle: Stalin, Hitler, and the Desperate Struggle for Moscow That Changed the Course of World War II by Andrew NagorskiMay 2, 2020
He focuses on the assault on Moscow, the largest battle in history between two opposing armies....
Notes From Italy: Running, Rome, and Red BrigadesMay 1, 2020
I knew what was coming but it was always a thrill. Suddenly to our left the...
Notes From Italy: Looking Back at MussoliniMay 1, 2020
Mussolini was not the only dictator of his time. In his Europe, in a time of...
Notes From Italy: Cimitero AcattolicoApril 30, 2020
In 1738 came the first burial by the Pyramid that we know of, that of a...
Notes From Italy: Dawn in the SuburraApril 30, 2020
In early June, the best time in Rome is dawn. A little after first light the...
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