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Me in 2015.

Welcome to my userpage. My name is John Patrick Asher and I use the Wikipedia handle Cliftonian. My primary focus is Military history ("Milhist"), but I have worked on other subjects as well. I was a coordinator of the Military history WikiProject between 2013 and 2014. You can use the menu at the top right (beneath your search bar) to navigate easily between pages in my userspace, including my talk page and library. Please feel free to contact me if there's any way I can lend a hand with something.

A little about me: I was born in Hammersmith in west London and moved around the world a lot during my youth. I lived in Switzerland when I was very young, went to school in England, spent much time in the United States and also lived in Zimbabwe. I am an Old Westminster, specifically an Old Liddellite (2004–07), in footballing terms a Hatter, and an Israeli Army veteran (2012–14, rank of sergeant). I speak English, Hebrew badly (mostly regimental language) and a diverse assortment of others very badly. I married the beautiful Dalia on 31 December 2013, and became the proud father of a wonderful son on 23 September 2014. We live in Givatayim, just outside Tel Aviv.

Here are featured articles I have written, in no particular order. I keep a more detailed record of my contributions here.

Featured Article Ian Smith
Featured Article Military service of Ian Smith
Featured Article Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence
Featured Article Rhodesian mission in Lisbon
Featured Article Air Rhodesia Flight 825
Featured Article Mathew Charles Lamb
Featured Article John Plagis
Featured Article Caesar Hull
Featured Article Rudd Concession
Featured Article Shangani Patrol
Featured Article Southern Rhodesia in World War I
Featured Article Luton Town F.C.
Featured Article Robin Friday
Featured Article Eduard Streltsov
Featured Article Okęcie Airport incident
Featured Article Zimbabwe women's hockey team at the 1980 Olympics

Kariba DamSunrise in the MatoposCecil Rhodes' resting place in the Matopos HillsThe ancient city of Great ZimbabweVictoria Falls, or Mosi-oa-Tunya—"the Smoke that Thunders"
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