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Westwood, John Norton

WESTWOOD, John Norton

WESTWOOD, John Norton. British, b. 1931. Genres: History, Transportation. Career: Hon. Research Fellow, Birmingham University, 1976-. Associate Professor of History, Florida State University, Tallahassee, 1967-69; Sr. Lecturer, Sydney University, NSW, 1970-71. Publications: Soviet Railways Today, 1963; A History of Russian Railways, 1964; Russia 1917-1964, 1966; Witnesses of Tsushima, 1971; Endurance and Endeavour: Russian History, 1812-1971, 1973; Illustrated History of the Russo-Japanese War, 1973; Railways of India, 1974; Fighting Ships of World War II, 1975; Locomotive Designers in the Age of Steam, 1977; All Colour World of Trains, 1978; Trains, 1979; Railways at War, 1980; Russia since 1917, 1980; St. Michael Book of Steam, 1980; Soviet Locomotive Technology, 1982; History of the Middle East Wars, 1984; The Eastern Front, 1984; Railway Data Book, 1983; Russia against Japan 1904-05, 1986; Pictorial History of Railroads, 1988; Golden Age of British Steam, 1991; Russian Naval Construction, 1905-45, 1994; Age of Steam, 2000; Soviet Railways to Rus- sian Railways, 2001. Address: 9 Whitefriars Meadow, Sandwich, Kent CT13 9AS, England. Online address: [email protected]

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