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Who is Alan Moorehead?
Alan Moorehead: Alan McCrae Moorehead OBE was a war correspondent and author of popular histories, most notably two books on the nineteenth-century exploration of the Nile, The White Nile and The Blue Nile. Australian-born, he lived in England, and Italy, from 1937.
- also known as Мурхед, Алан
- born on (105 years ago) in Melbourne
- nationality: Australia
- profession: Journalist
- died on (32 years ago)
- buried in Hampstead Cemetery
- written works: "Desert war", "Gallipoli", "A late education", "The Blue Nile", "Le Nil blanc, tome 1", "African trilogy", "Eclipse", "The Russian Revolution", "Mediterranean Front", "The White Nile", "Cooper's Creek", "The Fatal Impact", "The traitors", "Winston Churchill in trial and triumph", "Darwin and the Beagle", "The Villa Diana", "A year of battle", "The march to Tunis", "Darwin y El Beagle 1831-1836", "Churchill and his world", "The end in Africa", "Nilus ha-lavan", "A summer night", "Don't blame the generals", "Legend of NKd kel"
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by Nigel West
A distinguished Australian war correspondent, Alan Moorehead was the author of The Traitors, ...
by Mitchel P. Roth, James Stuart Olson
1984; Alan Moorehead. A Late Education: Episodes in a Life.
Encyclopedia of Life Writing (2013)
Autobiographical and Biographical Forms by Margaretta Jolly
Shirer, Ernie Pyle, Alan Moorehead, Edward R. Murrow, and John Hersey.
by Alan Burton
The journalist Alan Moorehead pinpointed this watershed in terms of “the frightening relationship between the new ethics and the new physics, between the traitor and the atomic bomb”; the writer equally recognized “a new landscape in treason,” one “where the mystery of the bomb was added to the mystery of the spy.” The British attitude to traitors and treachery in the post–World War II period, running the course through atom spies, missing diplomats, navy spy rings, and on to the ...
by Norman Polmar, Thomas B. Allen
Alan Moorehead. The March to Tunis (1943). Edgar O'Ballance. The Red Army (1964).
by Robert Heinl, Jr.
Alan Moorehead: TheBlue Nile, ix,1962 (See also Insurgency, Partisan Warfare,Rebellion, Revolt, Revolution.) ...
by James Stuart Olson, Robert Shadle
REFERENCES: Byron Farwell, Queen Victoria's Little Wars, 1972; Alan Moorehead. The Blue Nile, 1964. K. GIRD ROMER MAHASABHA. In ancient India,* the term "mahasabha" referred to local governing councils of ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi
London 1974, Alan Moorehead, The White Nile . London 1983.
by Rodney Carlisle
Alan Moorehead, The Traitors ( Dell, 1963) ...
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