Published on Monday, August 13, 2012 - 8:59am
John Keegan (1934-2012) was one of the foremost military historians of the 20th century. Born on the eve of World War II, he taught at the Royal Military College at Sandhurst and worked as a reporter for the The Telegraph newspaper.
For more information, here is a transcript of an interview with Keegan on National Public Radio and an obituary from the Washington Post. Keegan is best known for books such as:
|Six Armies in Normandy||Mask of Command||Illustrated Face of Battle|
Petworth Library has a display of these and other books by John Keegan.