In Episode 10 of Historically Thinking, Al Zambone talked with Gareth Glover about the Battle of Waterloo, the final battle of that period of conflict known as the “Napoleonic Wars” (and whose bicentennial occurs on June 18th, 2015). This week the guest on Historically Thinking is Alex Mikaberidze, Associate Professor of History at Louisiana State University in Shreveport. Dr. Mikaberidze has written prolifically on the wars that engulfed Europe between 1793 and 1815, the “Revolutionary Wars” (1792-1802) and the “Napoleonic Wars” (1803-1815. But he’s now focusing his research on the consequences (and the battlefields) of those wars outside of Europe–in the Western Hemisphere, the Middle East, and in South Asia. So join us today as we further observe other end of a tumultuous era, and gallop along with us on a breathless world tour that takes us far away from the fields of Waterloo.