David Cannadine was born in Birmingham in 1950 and educated at the Cambridge, Oxford, and Princeton. He is the editor and author of many acclaimed books, including The Decline and Fall of the British Aristocracy, which won the Lionel Trilling Prize and the Governors' Award; Aspects of Aristocracy; G. M. Trevelyan; The Pleasures of the Past; History in Our Time; and Class in Britain. He has taught at Cambridge and Columbia and is now the Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Professor of British History at the Institute of Historical Research, University of London. (added from Random House)
The Decline and Fall of the British Aristocracy 373 copies, 2 reviews
Ornamentalism: How the British Saw Their Empire 283 copies, 2 reviews
Mellon: An American Life 268 copies, 5 reviews
Class in Britain 140 copies
Victorious Century: The United Kingdom, 1800-1906 99 copies, 2 reviews
The Undivided Past: Humanity Beyond Our Differences 98 copies, 1 review
In Churchill's Shadow: Confronting the Past in Modern Britain 93 copies, 1 review
Aspects of Aristocracy: Grandeur and Decline in Modern Britain 92 copies, 1 review
The Pleasures of the Past: Reflections in Modern British History 85 copies, 1 review
What Is History Now? (Editor) 81 copies
History in Our Time 64 copies, 2 reviews
G.M. Trevelyan : a life in history 44 copies
George V: The Unexpected King 23 copies
Churchill: The Statesman as Artist 13 copies, 1 review
Margaret Thatcher: A Life and Legacy 11 copies
History and the Media 8 copies
The First Modern Society : Essays in English History in Honour of Lawrence… (Editor) 4 copies, 1 review
England Under the Stuarts 1 copy
The Invention of Tradition (Contributor) 690 copies, 7 reviews
Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat: The Great Speeches (Penguin Classics) (Editor) 142 copies
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