Eduardo Charlier

Tsushima: History’s Most Decisive Battleship Engagement.

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About Me

Eduardo Charlier studies marine engineering at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. His interest for military related subjects dates back to his childhood, and since then he has made a hobby out of visiting old battlefields and war museums. His area of greatest interest is naval warfare, which led him to attend a summer course on the subject in Cambridge university, but he writes about air and land warfare as well. He is a collector of scale models and military related items in general. Eduardo is from Brazil.
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