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Founder & Editor-in-Chief

Cody is a published historian and author. He studied history and politics at the University of New England, Australia, where he was awarded the James Dolan Memorial Prize in History and was a Vice Chancellor's Scholar. Cody's historical research has been published by West Point Military Academy and Georgia Southern University. He has postgraduate qualifications in marketing and digital communications from Monash University. Cody started the History's Page online project in his early teens.

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Senior Editor

Caleb is a writer and prolific reader. He is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Arts in History and Philosophy at the University of Queensland and regularly contributes in a ministry role at his local church. His interests include Classical and Medieval history, early Christian thought and book collecting. Caleb also occasionally comments on the current political climate, when he deems it necessary.

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Associate Editor

Once described by Fox & Friends as "the youngest child historian in America", Solomon published his first book at twelve and is soon to publish his ninth—the authorised biography of America's most controversial lawyer, Alan Dershowitz. He has run historical tours in Scotland and England and hosts the popular History Bites YouTube channel. Solomon has travelled internationally to film for his channel and has delivered lectures at over fifty conferences around the US.

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Web Producer

Daniel is a writer, podcast host and software developer. He studied business and management at the University of New England and has additional certifications in computer science and real estate. He has a passion for politics, theology and history, and has had his articles published in the Commonwealth Magazine, Your Commonwealth.

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