Grenville, John A. S.
GRENVILLE, John A. S.
GRENVILLE, John A. S. British, b. 1928. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, History, International relations/Current affairs. Career: University of Nottingham, Lecturer, 1953-66; Yale University, New Haven, CT, Fellow, 1960-64; University of Leeds, Professor in International History, 1966-69; University of Birmingham, Professor of Modern History, 1969-94, Institute for German Studies, Professorial Research Fellow, 1994-. Historical adviser, The World of the Thirties, 1985, and The World in Mid-Century, 1991 (TV series). Publications: (with J. Fuller) The Coming of the Europeans, 1962; Lord Salisbury and Foreign Policy, 1964; (with G.B. Young) Politics Strategy and American Diplomacy 1873-1917, 1966; (with N. Pronay) The Munich Crisis 1938 (film), 1968; (with N. Pronay) The End of Illusions, from Munich to Dunkirk (film), 1970; The Major International Treaties, 1914-1973; A History and Guide with Texts, 1974, rev. ed. in 2 vols., 1987; Europe Reshaped 1848-1878, 1976, and subsequent eds.; Film as Evidence: Tomorrow the World (film), 1977; World History of the Twentieth Century, vol. I 1900-1945, 1980; Collins History of the World in the Twentieth Century, 1994, and subsequent eds. Address: Institute for German Studies, University of Birmingham, PO Box 363, Birmingham B15 2TT, England.