|Horatio Herbert Kitchener|
Military (24-Jun-1850 5-Jun-1916)
SUBJECT OF BOOKS
George Compton Archibald Arthur. Life of Lord Kitchener. London: Macmillan & Co.. 1920. (3 vols.) 326pp. + 346pp. + 413pp.
Ernst Carl. One Against England: The Death of Lord Kitchener and the Plot Against the British Fleet. London: Jarrolds. 1935.
George H. Cassar. Kitcheners War: British Strategy from 1914 to 1916. Dulles, VA: Brassey's, Inc.. 2004. 362pp.
George H. Cassar. Kitchener: Architect of Victory. London: William Kimber. 1977. 573pp.
Reginald Esher. Tragedy of Lord Kitchener. London: John Murray. 1921. 219pp.
V. W. Germains. The Kitchener Armies: The Story of a National Achievement. London: Peter Davies Ltd.. 1930. 306pp.
E. S. Grew. Field Marshal Lord Kitchener: His Life & Work for the Empire. London: Gresham Publishing Company. 1916. (3 vols.) 241pp. + 140pp. + 256pp.
Donal Hamilton Haines. Fighting Blood: A Tale of Kitchener's Campaign in the Soudan. Boston: Houghton Mifflin and Company. 1927. 253pp.
Peter King. The Viceroy's Fall: How Kitchener Destroyed Curzon. London: Sidgwick & Jackson. 1986. 310pp.
Philip Magnus. Kitchener: Portrait of an Imperialist. London: John Murray. 1958. 410pp.
Donald McCormick. The Mystery of Lord Kitchener's Death. London: Putnam. 1959. 223pp.
Robin Neillands. The Dervish Wars: Gordon & Kitchener in the Sudan, 1880-1898. London: John Murray. 1996. 230pp.
John Charles Pollock. Kitchener: Architect of Victory, Artisan of Peace. New York: Carroll & Graf. 2001. Two previous volumes combined.
Trevor Royle. The Kitchener Enigma. London: Michael Joseph. 1985. 436pp.
A. J. Smithers. The Fighting Nation: Lord Kitchener and His Armies. London: Leo Cooper. 1994. 208pp.
Philip Warner. Kitchener: The Man Behind The Legend. New York: Antheneum Books. 1986. 247pp.
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- Hutchinson Paperback Dictionary of Biography (p.281)
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