I am a writer living in Melbourne, Australia. I hold a PhD in history from the University of Melbourne. I have worked as a journalist, editor and most recently as a speechwriter and advisor to a member of the Australian Parliament. My areas of interest are wide-ranging, but include Australian history and politics, Asian history, Third Reich and Holocaust history, ancient history, gay and lesbian issues, and electoral matters. I am the founder and editor of Psephos: Adam Carr's Electoral Archive, the world's largest online archive of electoral statistics. My full biography and a variety of other things can be seen at my website.
Live CZ articles
Action T4, German Resistance, Heinrich Müller, Herschel Grynszpan, History of Laos, Horst Wessel, Horst-Wessel-Lied, Joseph Goebbels, Jutta Rüdiger, Manning Clark, National Socialist German Workers Party, Robert Ley, Wannsee Conference
Recent Wikipedia contributions
These articles were all written or rewritten by me. I will gradually copy the more important of them across to CZ, although they won't be as good without the photos.
Germany-related articles: Albin Köbis, Max Reichpietsch, Anton Graf von Arco auf Valley, Allied bombing of Berlin in World War II (rewrite), Ludwig Steeg, Marx-Engels-Forum, Johann Rattenhuber, Werner Haase, Hans-Erich Voss, Joachim Fest (rewrite), Lustgarten (rewrite), Berliner Stadtschloss (rewrite), Fritz Thyssen (rewrite), Tiergartenstrasse, Leipziger Strasse, Vossstrasse, Oranienburger Strasse, Nikolaikirche (Berlin), St. Marienkirche (Berlin), Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse, Ebertstrasse, Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse, Axel Freiherr von dem Bussche-Streithorst, Erich Kordt, Gottfried Graf von Bismarck-Schönhausen, Sippenhaft, Memorial to the German Resistance, Topography of Terror, Niederkirchnerstrasse, Wilhelmstrasse, Strasse des 17 Juni, Soviet War Memorial (Tiergarten), Bebelplatz
Other articles: Pierre Cot, Grey Street, Melbourne, Eildon Mansion, Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes, Church of St George, Istanbul, William Carr, William Wentworth (Australian politician) (rewrite), Ivor Warne-Smith, Wilfrid Kent Hughes, Robert McCallum, Jr. (rewrite), Fred Whitlam, Victory Monument (Bangkok), Eric Butler