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HARRIS, Paul. British, b. 1948. Genres: History, Biography, Reference. Career: Defense and intelligence analyst, publishing consultant, broadcaster on television programs in several countries. Freelance journalist in zones of conflict. Work has appeared in newspapers and on television and radio reports. Also photographer whose images have been exhibited in Slovenia and Scotland. Publications: The Garvie Trial, 1969; When Pirates Ruled the Waves, 1970; To Be a Pirate King, 1971; Oil, 1975; A Concise Dictionary of Scottish Painters, 1976; Broadcasting from the High Seas: 1858 to 1976, 1977; Investing in Scottish Pictures, 1977; Glasgow and the Clyde at War, 1986; Aberdeen and the North East at War, 1987; (with T. Miah) Tommy Miah Presents the Best of Bangladesh, 1987; Cooking with Beer, 1987; Edinburgh since 1900, 1987; Tyneside at War, 1987; Aberdeen since 1900, 1988; By Appointment: The Story in Pictures of Royal Deeside and Balmoral, 1988; Edinburgh: The Fabulous Fifties, 1988; A Little Scottish Cookbook, 1988; Disaster! One Hundred Years of Wreck, Rescue, and Tragedy in Scotland, 1989; Glasgow since 1900, 1989; Life in a Scottish Country House: The Story of AJ Balfour and Whittingehame House, 1989; (with J. Halsby) The Dictionary of Scottish Painters, 1600-1960, 1990; Somebody Else's War, 1992; (with Miah) Tommy Miah Presents the Secrets of the Indian Masterchefs, 1993; Cry Bosnia: Words and Photographs by Paul Harris, 1995; Glasgow: The People's Story, 1996; (with Miah) A True Taste of Asia, 1996; (with I. Elphick) TN Foulis: Bibliography and History of an Edinburgh Publisher; Scotland's Century 1900-2000: One Hundred Years of Photographs, 1999. SCREENPLAYS: (and presenter) Somebody Else's War (documentary), 1993. EDITOR: The DC Thomson Bumper Fun Book, 1977; The Rhythm of the Glass, 1977; Scotland: An Anthology, 1985; The Grizedale Experience, 1991. Contributor of articles and photographs to periodicals. Address: Whittingehame House, Haddington EH41 4QA, Scotland. Online address: [email protected]; www.conflictanalysis.com

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