Person    | Male  Born 25/3/1906  Died 7/9/1990

A. J. P. Taylor

Categories: History, Literature, TV & Radio

Historian and broadcaster. Born Alan John Percivale Taylor in Birkdale, Lancashire. A lecturer in modern history at Manchester University and in international history at Oxford. His major works include 'The Struggle for Mastery in Europe 1848 - 1918' and 'The Origins of the Second World War'. Probably best known for his historical lectures on television. Died at a nursing home in Barnet.

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