Terraine, John Alfred

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TERRAINE, John Alfred

TERRAINE, John Alfred. British, b. 1921. Genres: History, Biography. Career: Hon. Fellow, Keble College, Oxford. BBC Producer and Program Organiser, London, 1944-63. Publications: Mons, 1960; Douglas Haig: The Educated Soldier, 1963; The Western Front, 1964; The Great War: An Illustrated History, 1964; (ed.) General Jack's Diary, 1964; The Life and Times of Lord Mountbatten, 1968; (ed.) The Men Who Marched Away, 1968; Impacts of War, 1914 and 1918, 1970; (ed.) The Decisive Battles of the Western World, 1970; The Mighty Continent, 1974, TV series, 1974; TV series-(co-author) The Great War; (co-author) The Lost Peace; Trafalgar, 1976; The Road to Passchendaele, 1977; To Win a War: 1918, The Year of Victory, 1978; The Smoke and the Fire: Myths and Anti-Myths of War 1861- 1945, 1981; White Heat: The New Warfare 1914-18, 1982; The Right of the Line: The Royal Air Force in the European War 1939-1945, 1985; Business in Great Waters: The U-Boat Wars, 1916-1945, 1989. Died 2003.