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van Tuyll, Hubert P.

VAN TUYLL, Hubert P.

VAN TUYLL, Hubert P. American (born Netherlands), b. 1957. Genres: International relations/Current affairs. Career: Balch, Bingham, Baker, Hawthorne, Williams & Ward (attorneys), Birmingham, AL, law clerk, 1977; North Carolina Judicial District 15B, intern in Office of the District Attorney, 1979; Birmingham Area Legal Services, Birmingham, staff attorney, 1979- 81; Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, research on John Paul Jones Papers in university archives, 1982, acting director of Military Studies Institute, 1985-86; Union College, Barbourville, KY, assistant professor to associate professor of history, 1986-91, coordinator of history and political science program, 1990-91, director of planning and evaluation, 1987-91; Augusta College, Augusta, GA, associate professor of history. Birmingham- Southern College, Revolutionary Bicentennial Lecturer, 1989; speaker at other institutions. Publications: Feeding the Bear: American Aid to the Soviet Union, 1941-1945, 1989; America's Strategic Future: A Blueprint for National Survival in the New Millennium, 1998; The Netherlands and World War I: Espionage, Diplomacy and Survival, 2001. Contributor to books. Contributor of essays and reviews to academic journals. Address: Department of History and Anthropology, Augusta State University, Augusta, GA 30904, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]; [email protected]

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