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Blood and globalization

The Spartacus book harvest is characterized by war, blood and internationalization. Karl Jakob Skarstein has written a book about the war between Norwegian settlers and Sioux Indians.

The year is 1862. The Civil War is raging in the United States, but in Minnesota the settlers are living in peace. Until the Sioux Indians go into bloody rebellion, after years of oppression. It ended in a bloody war in the war, and many of these settlers who fought against the Indians were Norwegians. This is the story Karl Jakob Skarstein tells in the book The war against the Sioux – Norwegians against Indians 1862-1863, released in the fall by Spartacus Publishing.

On Spartacus, it is not just war between Norwegian settlers and Indians that characterizes the book harvest. War and violent. . .

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