Linklater, Magnus (Duncan)

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LINKLATER, Magnus (Duncan)

LINKLATER, Magnus (Duncan). Scottish, b. 1942. Genres: History, Politics/Government. Career: London Evening Standard, London, England, editor of "Londoner's Diary," 1966-69; Sunday Times, London, section editor, 1967-69, editor of "Spectrum" column, 1969-72, editor of magazine, 1972-75, news editor, 1975-79, features editor, 1979-83; Observer, London, managing editor, 1983-86; London Daily News, London, editor, 1986-87; The Scotsman, Edinburgh, Scotland, editor, 1988-94; The Times, columnist, 1994-; Radio Scotland, Presenter, 1994-97; Scottish Arts Council, Chairman, 1996-; Scotland on Sunday, columnist, 1998-. Publications: (with L. Chester and S. Fay) Hoax: The Inside Story of the Howard Hughes-Clifford Irving Affair, 1972; (with L. Chester and D. May) Jeremy Thorpe: A Secret Life, 1979, as The Secret Life of Jeremy Thorpe, 1980; Massacre: The Story of Glencoe, 1982; (with P. Eddy) War in the Falklands (in U.K. as The Falklands War), 1982; (with I. Hilton and N. Ascherson) The Nazi Legacy: Klaus Barbie and the International Fascist Connection (in U.K. as The Fourth Reich: Klaus Barbie and the Neo-Fascist Connection), 1984; (author of text) Scotland, 1984; (with D. Leigh) Not with Honour: The Inside Story of the Westland Scandal, 1986; (with C. Hesketh) For King and Conscience: John Graham of Claverhouse, Viscount Dundee, 1989; Highland Wilderness, 1993; (co-ed.) Anatomy of Scotland, 1992; People in a Landscape, 1997. Address: 5 Drummond Place, Edinburgh EH3 6PH, Scotland. Online address: [email protected]