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- Antony Beevor is one of Britain's leading historians, winning numerous awards and has been translated into twenty-nine different languages.
- He studied at Winchester College where one of his tutors was the famous historian John Keegan.
- Before becoming a full-time writer, Beevor served as an officer with the 11th Hussars and as an account executive with the advertising firm Masius Wynne Williams.
- His history books have been hugely successful and are often used themselves as sources in other History texts.
- Beevor is often praised for his focus on the ordinary lives of both combatants and civilians in war environments.
Book and writing awards
Runciman Award 1992 (Crete: the Battle and the Resistance), Samuel Johnson Prize 1999 (Stalingrad), Hawthornden Prize 1999 ( Stalingrad ), Longman-History-Today Trustees' Award 2003 (Berlin - The Downfall 1945 ).
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