Milan Shah – Founder & Editor-in-Chief
Nicholas Pirabaharan – Editor
Milan Shah – Milan is an avid Historian who has a strong interest in American history throughout the 20th Century. He has read books about the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression – he is also intrigued by the changing nature of British politics during the 20th and 21st Centuries and how this was impacted by World War Two and the Cold War.
On this blog he will mainly write articles in-relation to the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression; British politics and the Cold War, however, he is not afraid to venture out and explore other events.
Milan has written economics and law articles on another website prior to starting Historical Evidence. Aside from history, Milan has an interest in sports, politics, art and filmmaking. He regularly attends the Tate Modern and the National Portrait Gallery to enhance his understanding of art history.
- Next Article: The American Dream – Pop to the Present: a review (September 18, 2017)
Nicholas Pirabaharan – Like Milan, Nicholas is very passionate about history. As he is captivated by Germany’s history through 1870 until the present day, he is looking to study history with German at Higher Education. Alongside German history, Nicholas is also keen on learning and talking about the Cold War.
At Historical Evidence, Nicholas will also contribute articles and commentary in regards to World War One and the rise of colonialism amongst other time-periods.
A critically-acclaimed actor, apart from history, Nicholas has taken part in numerous drama performances including a West End performance of ‘Hamlet’ attended by Hugh Dennis. He directed an adaptation of H G Wells’ ‘The War of the Worlds’ which ran for two successful performances.
- Next Article: tba (September 25, 2017)
Niall Shaban – Whilst Nicholas has a strong interest in World War One, Niall is fascinated by World War Two. Apart from this, Niall is keen to study life after the Second World War and how British society changed drastically during the 1960s with the liberation and freedom that followed. He will also provide commentary, alongside Milan in-relation to the Roaring Twenties – another fascinating era which provided liberation.
Niall will also write about the Apartheid movement which took place in South Africa between 1948 and 1994.
He is a strong sportsman and loves to play rugby. On top of this, Niall watches and plays football. When he is not on the pitch, he enjoys reading the news and novels.
- Next Article: tba (September 29, 2017)