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David Charles Douglas, historian

 

 

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David Charles Douglas (1898-1982) was a historian of the Norman period at the University of Cambridge and University of Oxford.

He joined Oxford University in 1963 as Ford's Lecturer in English History, and was the 1939 winner of the James Tait Black Memorial Prize.

 

Works:

  • William the Conqueror: The Norman Impact Upon England (English Monarchs)
  • The Normans
  • The Norman Fate: 1100-1154
  • Norman Achievement, 1050-1100
  • The Norman achievement, 1050-1100
  • English scholars, 1660-1730
  • The Norman Acheivement
  • English Monarchs: William The Conqueror, Henry VIII, Edward The Confessor,…
  • Time and the Hour: Some Collected Papers

 



 

 

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