Giles, Frank (Thomas Robertson)
GILES, Frank (Thomas Robertson)
GILES, Frank (Thomas Robertson). British, b. 1919. Genres: Politics/Government, Writing/Journalism, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Times, London, England, assistant correspondent in Paris, France, 1947-50, chief correspondent in Rome, Italy, 1950-53, and Paris, 1953-60; Sunday Times, London, foreign editor, 1961-77, deputy editor, 1967-81, editor, 1981-83; Times Newspapers Ltd., London, director, 1981-85. Member of board of governors, Wellington College, and Sevenoaks School. Publications: A Prince of Journalists: The Life and Times of Henri S.O. de Blowitz, 1962; Sundry Times (autobiography), 1986; The Locust Years: The Story of the Fourth French Republic, 1946-1958, 1991; (ed.) Corfu, the Garden Isle, 1994; Napoleon Bonaparte, England's Prisoner, 2001. Address: 42 Blomfield Rd, London W9 2PF, England.