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WILLIAMS, Barry

WILLIAMS, Barry. British, b. 1932. Genres: Education, History. Career: Head of history side and univ. adviser, Sherborne School for Girls, Dorset, 1972-92. Series Editor, Nelson's Advanced History Series, London, since 1979. Former History Advisor to Education Division, Rank Film Organization, London; Research Fellow, Pembroke College, Oxford, 1980. Tutor, Peterborough (Cambridgeshire) University of the Third Age, since 1993. Publications: Struggle for Canada, 1967; Modern Japan, 1968, 2nd ed., 1987; Struggle for North America, 1969; Emerging Japan, 1969; Modern Africa 1870-1970, 1970; Making of Modern World: Asia, 1970; Making of Modern World: Africa, 1972; Modern France (film strip), 1974; (co-author) The Teaching of History, 1975; Modern France 1870-1976, 1979; Elusive Settlement: England's Revolutionary Years 1637-1701, 1984; So Many Opportunities: A Historical Portrait of Sherborne School for Girls, 1998. EDITOR: The First Industrial Revolution, 1973; Transport, 1974. Address: Herons Reach, 30A Lincoln Rd, Glinton, Peterborough PE6 7JS, England.

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