Hello friends,

About a year and a half ago I started this blog with a few friends in the hope that we would be able to sharpen each other in our pursuit of history.  Though they left, I have found this blog to lead to a plethora of new opportunities, the chance to write my thoughts on a pretty consistent basis, and also opening the opportunity for fellow history majors to get involved.

I would like to thank each and every person that has spent some time visiting the blog.  You each have encouraged me to fight on and continue to write as I see people reading and getting involved.

Now that we have hit the 6000 views mark, I figured I would put up the top 10 posts of Reckless Historians so that we can re-experience the journey to get here.

1) Duct Tape Wars 2013 – Phil

2) In Defense of History (And Humanities In General) – Phil

3) Go Easy on Junto March Madness – Phil

4) Gilbert Tennent and some thoughts on Colonial America’s Anti-Catholicism – Phil

5) Getting Emotional – Meg K.

6) OMG! – Meg K.

7) The Purple Ink of Old Man Enzo – David

8) I’m A Historian, Not A Jeopardy Contestant – Phil

9) He’s So Smart, Why Is He Studying History? – Phil

10) Launch of the V-1 Flying Bomb Series – Nick

Again, thank you so much readers, you have been a true blessing.




Christian, Lover of History, Aspiring Teacher

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4 comments on “6000 Views
  1. davidcrout says:

    I feel so proud to be one of the top 10 posts

  2. johnfea says:

    Congrats on 6000! Glad you have stayed the course.

  3. Phil says:

    Thanks everyone for your comments!

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