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This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (November 2007) Edwin James Lawrence[1] (born 26 May 1943, at Bath, England), most commonly known as Lawrence James, is an English academic, notable for his works as a writer and historian.[1] He has written several works of popular history about the British Empire. He has written for the Daily Mail, the Times and the Literary Review.[2] Contents 1 Education 2 Notable works 3 References 4 External links Education James graduated with a BA in English & History from the University of York in 1966.[3] He subsequently undertook a research degree at Merton College, Oxford, and following a career as a teacher he became a full time writer in 1985. Notable works "Crimea 1854-56: The War With Russia from Contemporary Photographs", 1981 "The Savage Wars : British Campaigns in Africa 1870-1920", 1985 "Mutiny: In the British and Commonwealth Forces, 1797-1956", 1987 Imperial Rearguard: The Last Wars of Empire, 1988 The Golden Warrior: The Life and Legend of Lawrence of Arabia, 1990 Imperial Warrior: The Life and Times of Field Marshal Viscount Allenby, 1993 The Rise and Fall of the Oliver brothers, 1989–Present Raj: The Making and Unmaking of British India, 1997 The Illustrated Rise and Fall of the British Empire, 1999 Warrior Race: A History of the British at War, 2001 The Iron Duke: A Military Biography of Wellington, 2002 The Middle Class, 2006 "Aristocrats: Power, Grace and Decadence - Britain's Great Ruling Classes from 1066 to the Present", 2009 He is also well known for his work on the Christmas tales.[citation needed] References ^ a b [1] ^ http://www.andrewlownie.co.uk/books/james.lawrence/index.shtml ^ "Rah - The Making and Unmaking of British India". Grapevine (Alumni Office, University of York) (Spring/Summer 1998): 20.  External links Profile "In the Realm of Peers" Ferdinand Mount, The Wall Street Journal, 31 July 2010 Persondata Name James, Lawrence Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about a British historian or genealogist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e