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Alfred Duggan (novelist)


Who is Alfred Duggan?

Alfred Duggan was a British historian, archeologist and best-selling historical novelist during the 1950s.

  • also known as Alfred Leo Duggan
  • born in (112 years ago) in Buenos Aires
  • nationality: England
  • education: Eton College
  • profession: Novelist
  • died in (51 years ago)
  • written works: "The Little Emperors", "Winter Quarters", "Count Bohemond", "Founding Fathers", "The Lady for Ransom", "God and My Right", "Look at Castles", "Three's Company", "Alfred the Great", "Besieger of Cities", "Growing Up in Thirteenth Century England", "Sword of Pleasure", "The King Of Athelney", "Lord Geoffrey's Fancy", "Family Favourites", "Leopards and Lilies", "The Cunning of the Dove", "Elephants and Castles", "The Right Line of Cerdic", "Knight With Armour", "Arches and Spires", "Devil's Brood", "The Romans", "Children of the Wolf", "He died old, Mithradates Eupator, King of Pontus", "The Falcon And the Dove", "My Life for My Sheep", "Thomas Becket of Canterbury", "The Castle Book", "King of Pontus", "The Story of the Crusades 1097-1291", "Conscience of the King"

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