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Author Name: Robert Harvey

Robert Harvey has been a columnist for The Daily Telegraph, an assistant editor for The Economist and an MP serving on the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee. His book Liberators: Latin America's Struggle for Independence was described as 'an exhilarating and wildly enjoyable ride from start to finish' by Simon Sebay-Montefiore. Raymond Seitz, US ex-Ambassador to Britain said of A Few Bloody Noses: The American War of Independence, 'Harvey wields his pen like a sabre, slashing with gusto at the cant and received wisdom.' He lives in London and Wales.

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American Shogun
 -by Robert Harvey

In the years and months leading up to Pearl Harbor, Japan was becoming the most industrialized state in Asia, as well as the re... Read More



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