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Mark Simon Caplan

Mark Simon Caplan, British language educator. Achievements include research in The developement of the Celtic Goidelic language. Fellow: The Order of St. George (life; secretary 1993).

Background

  • Caplan, Mark Simon was born on January 20, 1954 in Coventry, England. Son of Harry Caplan and Elenor Beatrice Rose Barber.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in History, Oxford University, 1986. Diploma in Teaching, Oxford University, 1987. Master of Arts in Law, London University, 1993.

      Diploma in Psychology, Windsor University, 1997. Doctor of Letters (honorary), Oxford University, 2001.

    Career

    • Lecturer/english teacher Teachers training college, Karlsruhe, Germany, since 2000. Warrant officer/technical instructor Royal Navy, 1980—1992. English language/dynamics adviser Group-technologies/DaimlerChrysler, Germany.

      Advisory Schock International. Warrant officer Royal Navy, 1980-1992.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include research in The developement of the Celtic Goidelic language.

    Works

    • Author: (novel) Aspects of Great Britain, (book) A Cold Wind. A study of the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder on special service units. Translator: (environmental statement) DaimlerChrysler Environmental statement 2002.

    Membership

    Fellow: The Order of St. George (life. Secretary 1993).

    Connections

    • Married Daniela Lamprecht, August 23, 2001. Children: Neeka Lee, Luke, Marius, Jacqueline.
    • father: Harry Caplan
    • mother: Elenor Beatrice Rose Barber
    • spouse: Daniela Lamprecht
    • children: Neeka Lee Caplan
    • Luke Caplan
    • Marius Caplan
    • Jacqueline Caplan
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    Born January 20, 1954
    (age 63)
    Nationality
    • 1986
      Oxford University
    • 1987
      Oxford University
    • 1993
      London University
    • 1997
      Windsor University
    • 2001
      Oxford University
    • 1980 - 1992
      warrant officer, /technical instructor Royal Navy