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Ian Gentles

Author of New Model Army

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Ian Gentles is a Professor of History at York University's Glendon College and at Tyndale University College, and is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. He is also a member of the Graduate Programme in History at York University. Prof Gentles teaches a seminar on human population, and has published articles and edited books on the causes of death, funeral practices in past societies, child sexual abuse, euthanasia and assisted suicide. He has edited numerous books for the deVeber Institute, and was co-author of the second edition of Women's Health After Abortion: The Medical and Psychological Evidence.

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