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Identifiant IdRef : 032499027
Notice de type Personne

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Deakin, Frederick William (1913-2005)

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Deakin, Frederick William Dampier
[Nom de personne]

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Langue d'expression : Anglais
Pays : Royaume-Uni
Date de naissance : 07 -  03 -  1913
Date de mort : 22 -  01 -  2005

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Note publique d'information : 
Historien. Spécialiste de la seconde guerre mondiale, assistant de Chrurchill et administrateur d'université

Source

Internet, alt.obituaries, 2005-01-28

Information trouvée : WILLIAM DEAKIN was one of the last British heroes of the Second World War, and one who had a significant effect on its outcome. He began and ended his career as an Oxford don; but as a young officer in the Special Operations Executive it was largely his experience and advice that persuaded Winston Churchill to support the Communist partisans in Yugoslavia; thus confirming the position of Marshal Tito as national leader and, ultimately, the independence of his country vis-a-vis the Soviet Union. In 1946 Deakin returned to Oxford, but time for his academic duties was severely restricted by the demands made on him by Churchill, to whom he now became principal research assistant in writing his history of the war (The Second World War, 1948-54). It came to an end altogether when in 1950 he was appointed the first Warden of St Antony's College. Frederick William Dampier Deakin, historian and university administrator: born 3 July 1913; Fellow and Tutor, Wadham College, Oxford 1936-49, Research Fellow 1949, Honorary Fellow 1961-2005; DSO 1943; Warden, St Antony's College, Oxford 1950-68, Honorary Fellow 1969-2005; Kt 1975; married 1935 Margaret Ogilvy (nee Beatson Bell; two sons; marriage dissolved 1940), 1943 Livia Stela (died 2001); died Le Castellet, France 22 January 2005.

La brutale amicizia : Mussolini, Hitler e la caduta del fascismo italiano / Frederick William Deakin, 1990

LCNA (OCLC CD), 1993-03

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Identifiant BNF : FRBNF123517189
Identifiant ISNI : 0000000108930710

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