Giles MacDonogh is a leading authority on German history. He is the author of twelve books, six of them on Germany. They include biographies of the Kaiser (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 2000), Frederick the Great (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1999) and the resistance leader Adam von Trott (Quartet 1989); histories of Prussia (Sinclair-Stevenson 1994) and Berlin (Sinclair-Stevenson 1997) and, most recently, AFTER THE REICH: FROM THE FALL OF VIENNA TO THE BERLIN AIRLIFT (John Murray 2007), which examines the period between 1945 and 1949. 1938: HITLER'S GAMBLE, a study of Greater Germany, was published by Constable and Robinson in June 2009 in Britain and by in October 2009 by Basic Books in New York. Giles' latest book, THE GREAT BATTLES was published by Quercus in 2010. He has also written two books on French history and four books on wine.
He translates from German and French and his rendering of THE HITLER BOOK (John Murray 2005) has sold over 30,000 copies in Britain alone. He has also translated A GARDEN OF EDEN IN HELL for Macmillan in 2007.
His books have been published in Britain, the United States, France, Italy, Russia and Austria. His journalism has appeared in newspapers like the Times, the Financial Times and the Guardian in Britain and FT Deutschland in Germany. They have also appeared in magazines like the Spectator, the New Stateman, BBC History and the TLS and in specialised publications all over the world.
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