T.P Schofield

Milosevic
2 months ago
Milošević’s rise to power deserves careful scrutiny, not only because it has long served as the dominant narrative of these historical events, but because it reflects the broader power-structure of so...
The Tito-Stalin Split
2 months ago
What were the reasons for and consequences of the split between Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union in 1948? On 28th June 1948, news of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia’s (CPY) expulsion from Cominform r...
The Rise of 20th Century Fascism
a year ago
To acolytes of Fascist ideology, the First World War served to reiterate their deep-seated belief that Liberal Democracy was essentially antiquated. They believed a heavily nationalistic, autocratic f...
Has Political Correctness Gone Too Far?
a year ago
‘Political Correctness’ is in itself conceptually illusive; and has transmogrified from its 1920’s German Marxist Roots. It’s abstract character and vast encompassment has left the phrase open to mani...
The British Media’s Most Elaborate Lie
a year ago
The relentless momentum of Corbynism displayed during the 2017 General Election campaign has all but dissipated, Labour’s opposition to the Conservatives is lackluster at best, and most notably of all...
Winston Churchill - The Fraud
a year ago
Winston Churchill’s demigod-like status is unrivaled in the field of British political history; he was a personification of "Britishness" encompassing the very values that put the "Great" in Great Bri...