James D. Shipman
James D. Shipman is the author of “Constantinopolis,” a novel of the fall of Constantinople. Mr. Shipman has a degree in history from the University of Washington. “Constantinopolis” has ranked as high as #76 in historical fiction at Amazon.com.
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I am conducting research on pre World War II Konigsberg. An interesting issue I came across was the end of the University of Konigsberg after World War II. The university was founded in 1544 and was closed after World War II when this part of Germany was transferred to the…
I’m so excited to begin work on STURM (Storm), my seven book series on World War II. My father, who passed away last Halloween started feeding me history books when I was a little boy. He loved the civil war but I was naturally drawn to World War II. At…
Book blogger Nancy Roberts gave me a very nice review of Constantinopolis on her blog When In Doubt, Read! Click here to check it out. Thank you, Nancy! The post A Review of Constantinopolis appeared first on James Shipman.