Morgan-Witts, Max

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MORGAN-WITTS, Max

MORGAN-WITTS, Max. (M. M(organ) Witts). British (born United States), b. 1931. Genres: History, International relations/Current affairs, Military/ Defense/Arms control, Documentaries/Reportage. Career: Producer, Granada Television, London, 1957-63; Producer, 1963-66, and Series Executive Ed., 1966-72, BBC Television, London; Chairman, MMW Productions Ltd, London, 1985-. Publications: The Golden Opportunity of a Thousand Years, 1986; The Creationists, 1991. WITH G. THOMAS: The Day Their World Ended, 1969; The San Francisco Earthquake, 1971; The Strange Fate of the Morro Castle, 1972; Voyage of the Damned, 1974; The Day Guernica Died, 1975; Ruin from the Air, 1977; The Day the Bubble Burst, 1979; Trauma, 1981; Pontiff, 1983; The Year of Armageddon, 1984; Enola Gay, 1994. Address: c/o A. M. Heath and Co. Ltd, 79 St. Martin's Lane, London WC2N 4AA, England.

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