Frankland, (Anthony) Noble

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FRANKLAND, (Anthony) Noble

FRANKLAND, (Anthony) Noble. British, b. 1922. Genres: History, Military/Defense/Arms control, Biography. Career: Official Military Historian, 1951-60; Deputy Director of Studies, Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, 1956-60; Director, Imperial War Museum, London, 1960-82; Consultant, World at War television series, London, 1971-74. Publications: (ed.) Documents on International Affairs, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958-60; Crown of Tragedy: Nicholas II (in U.S. as Imperial Tragedy: Nicholas II, Last of the Tsars), 1961; (with C. Webster) The Strategic Air Offensive Against Germany 1939-45, 4 vols., 1961; The Bombing Offensive Against Germany: Outlines and Perspectives, 1965; Bomber Offensive: The Devastation of Europe, 1970; (ed. with C. Dowling) The Politics and Strategy of the Second World War, 8 vols., 1974-78, and Decisive Battles of the 20th Century, 1976; Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, 1980; (gen. ed.) The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Warfare, 1989; Witness of a Century, the Life and Times of Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught, 1993; History at War: The Campaigns of an Historian, 1998. Address: 26/27 Riverview Terrace, Abingdon, Oxon. OX14 5AE, England.