Andrew Roberts

Andrew Roberts took a first in modern history from Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. His biography of Winston Churchill’s foreign secretary Lord Halifax, The Holy Fox, was published in 1991, to be followed by Eminent Churchillians, Salisbury: Victorian Titan (which won the Wolfson Prize and the James Stern Silver Pen Award), Napoleon and Wellington and Hitler and Churchill: Secrets of Leadership and he has edited, introduced and contributed to an edition of counterfactual essays, What Might Have Been. He is a fellow of the Institute of Napoleonic Studies and has lectured on Napoleon in America, Canada, France and Britain. Along with Colonel John Hughes-Wilson of the Corps of Battlefield Guides, he conducts regular tours to Waterloo.

Books by Andrew Roberts