Barry Gough

BARRY GOUGH, prize-winning and acclaimed historian and biographer, is a Fellow of Kings College London and Archives Fellow of Churchill College Cambridge. He is author of numerous studies of sea power and imperial affairs, including Historical Dreadnoughts and That Hamilton Woman. He is emeritus professor at Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario.
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Churchill and Fisher
A vivid study in the politics and stress of high command, this book describes the decisive roles of... Read More
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