Remarkable facts from American history
In his new book Spotlights On American History(DE), author Wolfgang Horst Reblinsky highlights special events in American history that are not found in every history book in a total of 45 chapters.
The motto of the book is "Behind American history are people and behind those people are their stories."
Reblinsky about Spotlights On American History:
This book is not intended to be another classic USA history book, there are plenty around! Rather, the goal is to shed light on the events of American history that are not in every book and that easily fall off the edge of historiography and threaten to sink into the dust of oblivion. The stories are also meant to be typical of the personalities who came to settle America and define it.
Some of the stories will appear, with the author's kind permission, in the Beaver Creek Pioneer of the Two Rivers Privity.
Entertaining stories, historically accurate and informatively presented
Reblinsky covers a wide variety of subjects in American history in his 45 chapters. In a relaxed and informative writing style, he devotes himself, for example, to the historically correct etiquette of the Old West, as well as to modern topics that characterize the 178-page paperback.
Not only history buffs will get their money's worth here, but all those who have always wanted to take a look behind the curtain of America!
From the Two Rivers Privity comes a clear reading recommendation for Spotlights On American History!
We know and appreciate his contributions to the Magazin für Amerikanistik among other publications.
The German Magazin für Amerikanistik also features exciting and interesting topics by Wolfgang H. Reblinsky.
About the author: Wolfgang H. Reblinsky
The author, Dipl.Rpfl.(FH) Wolfgang H. Reblinsky, born in Fürth/Bavaria, is a qualified lawyer and retired geomancer.
He is engaged in American history and, as The Honorable Wolf H. Reblin, Arizona Justice of the Peace, portrays the period around 1870 in the Arizona Territory.
In addition to historical articles in the German Magazin für Amerikanistik, he also publishes on vintage automotive topics related to the United States.
He lives with his wife Beate in Bad Reichenhall and Obertraubling.