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Historians to Follow
The history community is full of amazing people who are entertaining, informative, inspirational and passionate about the areas they love. Below is a list of people you can follow and where to find them!
Alexandra Churchill is an author, researcher and historian who has contributed to and appeared on numerous television documentaries. She is a co-founder of The Great War Group, established as a non-profit, Foundation CIO to promote education on, and commemoration of the First World War. The approach of the group is wide-ranging, considering all fronts, and all nations involved in the conflict. When she is not busy with the above, Alex is also creating fun YouTube content with the popular show History Hack.
Peter Hart is a British military historian. He has been an oral historian at Sound Archive of Imperial War Museum in London since 1981. He has written mainly on British participation in the First World War. His books include; The Somme, Jutland 1916, Bloody April on the air war in 1917, Passchendaele, Aces Falling (on the air war in 1918), 1918 A Very British Victory and Gallipoli.
Dr Lindsey Fitzharris is an expert in the history of medicine and has recently produced an incredible book on the life and work of pioneering Great War surgeon Harold Gillies, The Facemaker. She also has a fantastic YouTube channel and often posts fascinating medical snippets on her social media.
Professor Suzannah Lipscomb
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