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Arthur Bryant

Arthur BryantAKA Arthur Wynne Morgan Bryant

Born: 18-Feb-1899
Birthplace: Dersingham, Norfolk, England
Died: 2-Jan-1985
Location of death: Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Historian

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Biographer of Samuel Pepys

Military service: RAF (pilot, WWI)

Father: Sir Francis Morgan Bryant (clerk to the Prince of Wales)
Wife: Sylvia Shakerley (m. 1924)
Wife: Anne Brooke (m. 1941, div. 1976)

    High School: Harrow School
    University: Queen's College, Oxford University
    Administrator: Principal, Cambridge School of Arts, Crafts and Technology (1923-25)
    Teacher: History Lecturer, Oxford University (1925-36)

    Knighthood 1954

Author of books:
Macaulay (1932, biography)
Samuel Pepys: The Man in the Making (1933, biography)
The National Character (1933)
The Man and the Hour (1934)
Samuel Pepys: The Years of Peril (1935, biography)
The England of Charles II (1935, history)
The American Ideal (1936, history)
George V (1936, biography)
Stanley Baldwin (1937, biography)
Samuel Pepys: The Saviour of the Navy (1938, biography)
English Saga 1840-1940 (1940, history)
The Years of Endurance, 1793-1802 (1942, history)
Years of Victory, 1802-1812 (1944, history)
Historian's Holiday (1946)
The Age of Elegance, 1812-1822 (1950, history)
The Story of England: Makers of the Realm (1953)
Liquid History (1960, history)
The Age of Chivalry (1963, history)
The Medieval Foundation of England (1965, history)
The Fire and the Rose: Dramatic Moments in British History (1965, history)
The Lion and the Unicorn: Historian's Testament (1969)
Nelson (1970, biography)
The Great Duke (1971, biography, of Arthur Wellesley)
Jackets of Green: A Study of the History, Philosophy and Character of the Rifle Brigade (1972, history)
A Thousand Years of British Monarchy (1975, history)
Jimmy, the Dog in My Life (1976)
Pepys and the Revolution (1979)
The Elizabethan Deliverance (1980)
The Spirit of England (1982, history)

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