Howard, (Sir) Michael (Eliot)
HOWARD, (Sir) Michael (Eliot)
HOWARD, (Sir) Michael (Eliot). British, b. 1922. Genres: History, Military/Defense/Arms control. Career: University of London, King's College, lecturer in history, 1947-53, lecturer in war studies, 1953-63, professor of war studies, 1963-68, faculty of arts, dean, 1964-68, member of senate, 1966-68; Oxford University, All Souls College, fellow, 1968-80, Regius Professor of Modern History, 1980-89, professor emeritus of modern history, 1993-; Yale University, Robert A. Lovett Professor of Naval and Military History, 1989-93. Intl. Institute for Strategic Studies, president. Publications: (with J. Sparrow) The Coldstream Guards 1920-1946, 1951; Disengagement in Europe, 1958; The Franco-Prussian War, 1961; The Mediterranean Strategy in the Second World War, 1967; Studies in War and Peace, 1970; The Continental Commitment, 1972; Grand Strategy Volume IV: 1942-43 (U.K. Official History of Second World War, Military Series) 1972; (with P. Paret) Clausewitz on War; War in European History, 1976; War and the Liberal Conscience, 1978; Causes of Wars, 1983; British Intelligence in the Second World War: Strategic Deception, 1990; Lessons of History, 1991; The Invention of Peace, 2000; The First World War, 2002. EDITOR: Wellingtonian Studies, 1959; The Theory and Practice of War, 1965; (with W.R. Louis) The Oxford History of the Twentieth Century, 1998. Address: The Old Farm, Eastbury, Hungerford, Berks. RG17 7JN, England.