Hugh Trevor-Roper - Online Library of Liberty.
Hugh Trevor-Roper, Lord Dacre (1914-), is retired Regius Professor of Modern History at the University of Oxford. Among his works are The Last Days of Hitler, The Gentry, 1540-1640, The Rise of Christian Europe, The Plunder of the Arts in the Seventeenth Century, Princes and Artists: Patronage and Ideology at Four Hapsburg Courts, 1517?1633, and The Hermit of Peking.
Introducing Mr. Trevor-Roper. Mini Teaser: For the great historian Hugh Trevor-Roper—whose poison pen spared no ego and whose toxic overconfidence relegated him to a perpetual almost-ran.
Finally, An Honourable Englishman reveals the truth behind his public substantiation of the false Hitler diaries in 1983, a misstep (encouraged by his impatient employer Rupert Murdoch) that forever tainted his reputation.Profoundly bright and brutally acerbic, Hugh Trevor-Roper was a literary lion like no other, and in An Honourable Englishman he receives the absorbing biography he deserves.
THE CLASSICISM OF HUGH TREVOR-ROPER - Volume 61 - S. J. V. Malloch.
Hugh Trevor-Roper. AKA Hugh Redwald Trevor-Roper. Born: 15-Jan-1914 Birthplace: Glanton, Northumberland, England Died: 26-Jan-2003 Location of death: Oxford, England Cause of death: Cancer - Throat Gender: Male Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Historian Nationality: England Executive summary: The Last Days of Hitler.
The autobiography of Edward Gibbon, the historian whom Hugh Trevor-Roper most admired, was entitled Memoirs of My Life and Writings.Adam Sisman’s Hugh Trevor-Roper: The Biography (2010) carefully examined Trevor-Roper’s life; and this collection of essays, edited by Blair Worden (Trevor-Roper’s closest associate and literary executor), explores the writings and thought more fully than.
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