Chandler, David (Geoffrey)
CHANDLER, David (Geoffrey)
CHANDLER, David (Geoffrey). British, b. 1934. Genres: History, Military/Defense/Arms control, Biography, Essays. Career: Head, Dept. of War Studies, Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, Camberley, Surrey, 1980-94 (Lecturer, Dept. of Modern Subjects, 1960-64; Sr. Lecturer, Dept. of Military History, 1964-69; Deputy-Head, Dept. of War Studies, 1969-80). Ed., David Chandler's Newsletter on the Age of Napoleon, 1987-. British Army Officer, 1957-60; Mershon Visiting Professor, Ohio State University, Columbus, 1969-70; Virginia Military Institute, visiting humanities professor, 1988; USMC University, visiting military affairs professor, 1991. Publications: The Campaigns of Napoleon, 1967; Marlborough as Military Commander, 1973; The Art of Warfare on Land, 1973; Napoleon, 1974; The Art of Warfare in the Age of Marlborough, 1976; Dictionary of the Napoleonic Wars, 1979; Waterloo: The Hundred Days, 1980; An Atlas of Military Strategy, 1980; Sedgemoor, 1685, 1985; Napoleon: Military Maxims, 1987; Dictionary of Battles, 1987; Battles and Battlescenes of World War Two, 1989; Austerlitz 1805, 1990; Jena 1806, 1993; On the Napoleonic Wars, 1994; Blenheim Preparation, 2003. EDITOR: A Traveller's Guide to the Battlefields of Europe, 2 vols., 1965; (and trans.) Two Soldiers of Marlborough's Wars, 1968; A Journal of Marlborough's Wars, by Private J.M. Deane, 1984; Napoleon's Marshals, 1987; Military Maxims of Napoleon, 1987; The Great Battles of the British Army, 1991; Sandhurst: The Royal Military Academy: 250 Years, 1991; (gen.) D-Day Encyclopedia, 1993; (gen.) The Oxford Illustrated History of the British Army, 1995. Address: Hindford, Monteagle Lane, Yateley, Hants. GU46 6LT, England.