Ascherson, (Charles) Neal
ASCHERSON, (Charles) Neal
ASCHERSON, (Charles) Neal. Scottish, b. 1932. Genres: History, International relations/Current affairs. Career: East African Institute of Social Research, Kampala, researcher, 1955-56; Guardian, London, journalist, 1956-58; Scotsman, London, journalist, 1959-60, Edinburgh, journalist, 1975-79; The Observer, London, reporter, 1960-75, columnist, 1979-89, associate ed., 1985-89; The Independent on Sunday, assistant editor, 1989-98; Institute of Archaeology, London, lecturer, 1998-. Publications: The King Incorporated, 1963; The French Revolution, 1975; The Polish August, 1981; The Fourth Reich: Klaus Barbie and the Neo-Fascist Connection (in U.S. as The Nazi Legacy: Klaus Barbie and the International Fascist Connection), 1984; The Struggles for Poland, 1987; Games with Shadows, 1988; Black Sea, 1995; Stone Voices, 2002. Address: 27 Corsica St, London N5, England.