A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Frank Jastrzembski studied history at John Carroll University (2010) and Cleveland State University (2014). As a graduate student at CSU, his studies focused on the U.S.-Mexican War, the Ottoman Empire, and the history of cemeteries in America. He was awarded the Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year Award for 2013-14. He is currently pursuing a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) certificate at Lakeland Community College. He is eager to learn how to apply geographic technologies to historical research.
Frank hasn’t stopped writing since graduating from CSU. He enjoys writing about personalities at war more than the actual battles and campaigns. He has contributed articles to magazines such as History of War, America’s Civil War, Military History, and Soldiers of the Queen. He was awarded the Howard Browne Medal of the Victorian Military Society for 2015.
Frank is the author of Valentine Baker’s Heroic Stand At Tashkessen 1877: A Tarnished British Soldier’s Glorious Victory (2017). He is currently working on his second book with the same publisher dedicated to the life of Admiral Albert Hastings Markham. You may visit www.frankjastrzembski.com to view a complete list of his publications.