Hills, Denis (Cecil)

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HILLS, Denis (Cecil)

HILLS, Denis (Cecil). British, b. 1913. Genres: Politics/Government, Travel/Exploration. Career: Journalist in Germany and Central Europe, 1935-39; Officer, British Army and Allied Control Commission Germany, 1940-50; Lecturer in English and British Economic History, University of Mainz, 1951-54; Teacher and Lecturer, Ankara College, Middle East Technical University, and Zonguldak College, Turkey, 1955-63; Lecturer in English, Makerere College, 1963-65, and National Teachers' College, 1966-74, Kampala, Uganda, and Gwelo Teacher Training College, Rhodesia, 1976-78; Teacher, Uganda and Nairobi schs., 1980-84. Honorary Doctor of Literature, Birmingham University, 1992. Publications: My Travels in Turkey, 1964; Man with a Lobelia Flute, 1970; The White Pumpkin (on Uganda), 1975; Rebel People, 1978; The Last Days of White Rhodesia, 1981; The Rock of the Wind: A Return to Africa, 1984; Return to Poland, 1988; Tyrants and Mountains: A Reckless Life, 1992. Died 2004.

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