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Richards, Denis George

RICHARDS, Denis George

RICHARDS, Denis George. British, b. 1910. Genres: History. Career: Sr narrator, official historian, Air Ministry, Historical Branch, 1943-49; Principal, Morley College, London, 1950-65; Longman Fellow, C. University of Sussex, Brighton, 1965-68. Publications: Modern Europe, 1939; (with H. St. G. Saunders) Royal Air Force 1939-1945, 3 vols., 1953-54 (C. P. Robertson Trophy); (with J. W. Hunt) Modern Britain, 1950; (with J. E. Cruikshank) The Modern Age, 1955; Britain under the Tudors and Stuarts, 1958; Offspring of the Vic: A History of Morley College, 1958; (with A. Quick) Britain 1714-1851, 1961; (with J. Bolton) Britain and the Ancient World, 1963; (with A. Quick) Britain 1851-1945, 1967; (with A. Quick) Twentieth Century Britain, 1968; (with A. E. Ellis) Medieval Britain, 1973; Portal of Hunger- ford, 1978; (with Richard Hough) The Battle of Britain: The Jubilee History, 1989; The Hardest Victory; RAF Bomber Command in the Second World War, 1994; Recalling the Flavour: Recollections 1910-1941, 1999; It Might Have Been Worse: Recollections 1941-1996, 1999. Address: c/o Barbara Richards, Rm 14, Garden Wing, Kekewich House, 1 View Rd, Highgate, London N6 4DL, England.

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