Content warning: This week’s episode features monsters doing monstrous things - as they are apt to do.
The after-effects of World War One on the Western World are well documented. It also upturned significant parts of the East. Trapped between Russia and China, both imploding - Mongolia had it’s share of outlaws with large private armies to deal with. This is one such tale.
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Main texts: Mostly The Bloody White Baron by James Palmer, and a handful of Jstor articles.
About the Author: Simone Whitlow is an academic, competitive quizzer, songwriter and musician. She turned down the chance to be head teacher at a Mongolian language school in her 20s and regrets it… but, my god those winters would have been brutal…
Transgender, she uses she/her pronouns.
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