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I read the interesting discussion between Ivan Crozier and Robin Bauer and as I have widely published on consensual SM and as I felt the need to account for my position on some of the issues raised, I will now try to briefly feed into this. As a critical criminologist I engaged in the research on consensual SM because I was motivated by the struggle for 'justice' and in particular the struggle for the rights of 'lived bodies'. When I researched for my Ph.D.
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Reviewed for H-German by Kelly McFall
Dorondo, David R.. _Riders of the Apocalypse: German Cavalry and
Modern Warfare, 1870-1945_. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press,
2012. 352 pp. $36.95, ISBN 978-1-61251-086-6.
Thanks to Ivan Crozier for engaging with my book in such detail and showing such appreciation of my work! I am delighted to have this interdisciplinary exchange and to answer to his intriguing questions.