Pamela Toler

About me

I write history and not-quite-historical fiction. My official focus is on the British empire in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, but I really interested in any time and place where two cultures meet and change each other.

From my website

Comment on Jeannine Davis-Kimball’s Warrior Women by Phylis Caskey

I first read her first book in 1995, Excavations at Pokrovka 1990-1992 or should I say I studied this book. It is an overview of the excavation. Later, I read Warrior Women after having a brief dialogue with her via email. She was a remarkable woman and invited me to…

Comment on Road Trip Through History: Gliders and Pegasus Bridge by pamela

That image was the one in my head also, even when I knew better.

Comment on Road Trip Through History: Gliders and Pegasus Bridge by Stephanie Publicker

My father-in-law was training to be part of the U.S. glider mission when he was injured in a training crash and moved to doing weather reconnaissance in Iceland. I never knew what the gliders looked like and always had an image of a the two-man glider so thanks for posting…

 
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