A.J.P. Taylor

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Alan J.P. Taylor, często A.J.P. Taylor (ur. 1906, zm. 1990) – brytyjski historyk, ekspert od historii XIX i XX-wiecznej dyplomacji europejskiej, dziennikarz.

Osiągnął dużą popularność poprzez serię programów telewizyjnych. Wykładowca University of Manchester, University of Oxford , Institute of Historical Research i Polytechnic of North London. Autor ponad dwudziestu książek i licznych artykułów.

Wybrane publikacje[edytuj]

  • The Italian Problem in European Diplomacy, 1847–1849, 1934.
  • (editor) The Struggle for Supremacy in Germany, 1859–1866 by Heinrich Friedjung, 1935.
  • Germany's First Bid for Colonies 1884–1885: a Move in Bismarck's European Policy, 1938.
  • The Habsburg Monarchy 1809–1918[1], 1941, revised edition 1948, reissued in 1966.
  • The Course of German history: a Survey of the Development of Germany since 1815[2], 1945. Reissued in 1962.
  • Co-edited with R. Reynolds British Pamphleteers, 1948.
  • Co-edited with Alan Bullock A Select List of Books on European History, 1949.
  • From Napoleon to Stalin, 1950.
  • Rumours of Wars, 1952.
  • The Struggle for Mastery in Europe 1848–1918[3] (Oxford History of Modern Europe), 1954.
  • Bismarck: the Man and Statesman[4], 1955. Reissued by Vintage Books in 1967.
  • Englishmen and Others, 1956.
  • co-edited with Sir Richard Pares Essays Presented to Sir Lewis Namier, 1956.
  • The Trouble Makers: Dissent over Foreign Policy, 1792–1939, 1957.
  • Lloyd George, 1961.
  • The Origins of the Second World War[5], 1961. Reissued by Fawcett Books in 1969.
  • The First World War: an Illustrated History[6], 1963.
    • Wersja amerykańska: Illustrated history of the First World War[7].
  • Politics In Wartime, 1964.
  • English History 1914–1945[8] (Volume XV of the Oxford History of England), 1965.
  • From Sarajevo to Potsdam[9], 1966. 1st American edition, 1967.
  • From Napoleon to Lenin, 1966.
  • The Abdication of King Edward VIII by Lord Beaverbrook, (editor) 1966.
  • Europe: Grandeur and Decline, 1967.
  • Introduction to 1848: The Opening of an Era by F. Fejto, 1967.
  • War by Timetable, 1969. ​ISBN 0-356-02818-6
  • Churchill Revised: A Critical Assessment[10], 1969.
  • (editor) Lloyd George: Twelve Essays, 1971.
  • (editor) Lloyd George: A Diary by Frances Steveson, 1971.
  • Beaverbrook, 1972.
  • (editor) Off the Record: Political Interviews, 1933–43 by W. P. Corzier, 1973.
  • A History of World War Two: 1974.
  • "Fritz Fischer and His School," The Journal of Modern History Vol. 47, No. 1, March 1975
  • The Second World War: an Illustrated History, 1975.
  • (editor) My Darling Pussy: The Letters of Lloyd George and Frances Stevenson, 1975.
  • The Last of Old Europe: a Grand Tour[11], 1976. Reissued in 1984.
  • Essays in English History, 1976.
  • "Accident Prone, or What Happened Next," The Journal of Modern History Vol. 49, No. 1, March 1977
  • The War Lords, 1977.
  • The Russian War, 1978.
  • How Wars Begin[12], 1979.
  • Politicians, Socialism, and Historians, 1980.
  • Revolutions and Revolutionaries, 1980.
  • A Personal History, 1983.
  • An Old Man's Diary, 1984.
  • How Wars End, 1985.
  • Letters to Eva: 1969–1983, edited by Eva Haraszti Taylor, 1991.
  • From Napoleon to the Second International: Essays on Nineteenth-century Europe. Ed. 1993.
  • From the Boer War to the Cold War: Essays on Twentieth-century Europe. Ed. 1995.
  • Struggles for Supremacy: Diplomatic Essays by A.J.P. Taylor[13]. Edited by Chris Wigley. Ashgate, 2000.

Przekłady w języku polskim[edytuj]

  • "Walka o panowanie w Europie 1848-1918": Wojny bałkańskie i po nich 1912-1914, przeł. Z. Miłoszewski [w:] Współcześni historycy brytyjscy. Wybór z pism, oprac. i przedmową zaopatrzył Jerzy Z. Kędzierski, słowo wstępne G. P. Gooch, Londyn: B. Świderski 1963, s. 481-505.

Przypisy

  1. A.J.P. Taylor, The Habsburg monarchy, 1809-1918 : a history of the Austrian Empire and Austria-Hungary, Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964, OCLC 4311308.
  2. A.J.P. Taylor, The course of German history : a survey of the development of Germany since 1815, New York: Capricorn Books, 1962, OCLC 33368634.
  3. A.J.P. Taylor, The struggle for mastery in Europe, 1848-1918, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1954, OCLC 273795.
  4. A.J.P. Taylor, Bismarck : the man and the statesman, New York: Vintage Books, [1967], OCLC 351039.
  5. A.J.P. Taylor, The origins of the Second World War, New York: Fawcett, 1969, OCLC 263622959.
  6. A.J.P. Taylor, The First World War, an illustrated history, London: H. Hamilton, [1963], OCLC 2054370.
  7. A.J.P. Taylor, Illustrated history of the First World War, New York: Putnam, [1964], OCLC 253080.
  8. A.J.P. Taylor, English History : 1914-1945, New York: Oxford University Press, 1965, OCLC 36661639.
  9. A.J.P. Taylor, From Sarajevo to Potsdam, [New York]: Harcourt, Brace & World, [1966], OCLC 1499372.
  10. A.J.P. Taylor, Churchill revised; a critical assessment, New York: Dial Press, 1969, OCLC 4194.
  11. A.J.P. Taylor, The Last of old Europe : a grand tour with A.J.P. Taylor : a photographic panorama from the 1850s to 1914., London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1984, ISBN 0-283-99170-4, OCLC 80148134.
  12. A.J.P. Taylor, How wars begin, New York: Atheneum, 1979, ISBN 0-689-10982-2, OCLC 5536093.
  13. A.J.P. Taylor, Struggles for supremacy : diplomatic essays by A.J.P. Taylor, Chris Wrigley (red.), Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate, 2000, ISBN 1-840-14661-3, OCLC 42289691.

Bibliografia[edytuj]

  • Kathleen Burk, Troublemaker The Life And History Of A.J.P. Taylor, New Haven: Yale University Press 2000.
  • Robert Cole, A.J.P Taylor: The Traitor Within The Gates, London: Macmillan 1993.
  • Oswald Hauser, A.J.P. Taylor, "Journal of Modern History" 49, (1977), z. 1, s. 34–39.
  • Paul Johnson, A.J.P. Taylor: A Saturnine Star Who Had Intellectuals Rolling In The Aisles "The Spectator" 300 (9266), 11.03.2006.
  • Adam Sisman, A.J.P. Taylor: A Biography London, Sinclair-Stevenson 1994.
  • Współcześni historycy brytyjscy. Wybór z pism, oprac. i przedmową zaopatrzył Jerzy Z. Kędzierski, słowo wstępne G. P. Gooch, Londyn: B. Świderski 1963, s. 481-482.