Liddle, Peter (Hammond)

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LIDDLE, Peter (Hammond)

LIDDLE, Peter (Hammond). British, b. 1934. Genres: History. Career: Havelock School, Sunderland, History Teacher, 1957; Gateacre Comprehensive School, Liverpool, Head, History Dept., 1958-67; Notre Dame College of Education, Lecturer, 1967; Sunderland Polytechnic, Lecturer, 1967-70, Sr. Lecturer in History, 1970-87; University of Leeds, Keeper, The Liddle Collection, 1988-99, Associate Lecturer, School of History, 1995-99; Second World War Experience Centre, Leeds, Director, 1999-. Sunderland Industrial Archaeological Society, Chairman, 1969; British Audio-Visual Trust, Vice-President. The Poppy and the Owl, Founder/Editor/Contributor, 1990-99; Everyone's War, Founder/Editor/Contributor, 1999-. Publications: Men of Gallipoli, 1976; World War One: Personal Experience Material for Use in Schools, 1977; Testimony of War 1914-18, 1979; Sailor's War 1914-18, 1985; Gallipoli: Pens, Pencils and Cameras at War, 1985; 1916: Aspects of Conflict, 1985; (ed. and contrib.) Home Fires and Foreign Fields, 1985; The Airman's War 1914-18, 1987; The Soldier's War 1914-18, 1988; Voices of War, 1988; 1916: The Battle of the Somme, 1992; The Worst Ordeal, 1994; (ed. and contrib.) Facing Armageddon, 1996; Passchendaele in Perspective, 1997; At the Eleventh Hour, 1998; (co-ed., and contrib.) The Great World War 1914-45, Vol. 1, 2000, Vol. 2, 2001; (ed. with R.C. Begg) For Five Shillings a Day, 2000. Address: Prospect House, 39 Leeds Rd, Rawdon, Leeds LS19 6NW, England. Online address: [email protected]_experience.org

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