Skipp, Victor (Henry Thomas)
SKIPP, Victor (Henry Thomas)
SKIPP, Victor (Henry Thomas). British, b. 1925. Genres: Business/Trade/ Industry, Economics, History, Philosophy. Career: Head of History, Sheldon Heath Comprehensive School, Birmingham, 1955-59; Principal Lecturer in History, and Head, Dept. of Environmental Studies, Bordesley College of Education, Birmingham, 1964-78. Publications: Discovering Sheldon, 1960; (with R.P. Hastings) Discovering Bickenhill, 1963; An Eighteenth Century Farm Labourer's Family, 1963; Out of the Ancient World, 1967; (with H.P.R. Finberg) Local History: Objective and Pursuit, 1967; Honest to Man, 1967; Medieval Yardley, 1970; The Origins of Solihull, 1977; Crisis and Development: An Ecological Case Study of the Forest of Arden, 1570-1674, 1978; The Centre of England, 1979; A History of Greater Birmingham-Down to 1830, 1980; The Making of Victorian Birmingham, 1983; Industrial Revolution "Then" and "Now": or Understanding Globalization, 2002. Address: The Old Rectory, Greyhound Lane, Hopton, Diss, Norfolk 1P22 2NU, England.