Never Call Retreat

531 pages, published in
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Bill (William) Forsten (William R.

Forstchen) American writer. Born 1950, raised in Millburn and Hightstown, New Jersey. Raised by Benedictine monks, he is now glad to be expelled from the monastery school and sent to a coeducational school (where boys and girls studied together). In the late 1970s, Forsten moved to Maine, where he taught in high school for ten years, until his first novels, the Ice Prophet trilogy, and Into the Sea of ​​Stars and Player Wars, were published. In 1989, Bill received an Andrew`s Fellowship from Perdue University, where he pursued his Ph.D.

in history, specializing in the American Civil War. Here he met Sharon Vassar, who was studying Russian in graduate school, whom he married in 1992.

The next year they had a daughter, Megan. His doctoral dissertation, The 28th USCTs, Indiana`s African-Americans go to War, 1863-1865, formed the basis for the novel We Look Like Men of War. Dissertation "Soldiers of the 28th Colored Regiment, Indiana African Americans Go to War, 1863-1865". And the author was lying, the 28th regiment was called "Indiana Negroes", was formed half-violently in 1863, since 1864 it took part in battles. To be honest, it is not clear how he particularly distinguished himself. In 1993, Bill became an assistant professor of history at Montreat College in Montreet, North Carolina. He is currently already an adjunct professor. Since 1998, Forsten, spurred by his passion for the history of the empire of Genghis Khan, has been participating in archaeological expeditions, first in Russia, and for the last three years in Mongolia. On his travels, he crossed Mongolia, where he sincerely enjoyed the local cuisine - baked marmots and kumis fermented with mare`s milk. He is also fond of finding old weapons (so if any of the fans have a privately owned site where the battles of the Civil War took place, please send him an invitation), travel, historical research and role-playing games (not computer).

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Bill (William) Forsten (William R. Forstchen) American writer. Born 1950, raised in Millburn and Hightstown, New Jersey. Raised by Benedictine monks, he is now glad to be expelled from the monastery school and sent to a coeducational school (where boys and girls studied together). In the late 1970s, Forsten moved to Maine, where he taught in high school for ten years, until his first novels, the Ice Prophet trilogy, and Into the Sea of ​​Stars and Player Wars, were published. In 1989, Bill received an Andrew`s Fellowship from Perdue University, where he pursued his Ph.D. in history, specializing in the American Civil War. Here he met Sharon Vassar, who was studying Russian in graduate school, whom he married in 1992. The next year they had a daughter, Megan. His doctoral dissertation, The 28th USCTs, Indiana`s African-Americans go to War, 1863-1865, formed the basis for the novel We Look Like Men of War. Dissertation "Soldiers of the 28th Colored Regiment, Indiana African Americans Go to War, 1863-1865". And the author was lying, the 28th regiment was called "Indiana Negroes", was formed half-violently in 1863, since 1864 it took part in battles. To be honest, it is not clear how he particularly distinguished himself. In 1993, Bill became an assistant professor of history at Montreat College in Montreet, North Carolina. He is currently already an adjunct professor. Since 1998, Forsten, spurred by his passion for the history of the empire of Genghis Khan, has been participating in archaeological expeditions, first in Russia, and for the last three years in Mongolia. On his travels, he crossed Mongolia, where he sincerely enjoyed the local cuisine - baked marmots and kumis fermented with mare`s milk. He is also fond of finding old weapons (so if any of the fans have a privately owned site where the battles of the Civil War took place, please send him an invitation), travel, historical research and role-playing games (not computer).