Assistant editor Brewer, Warren & Putnam, New York City, 1930-1932. Literature editor Vanity Fair magazine, 1933-1935. Writer, lecturer, 1935-1986.
Lecturer history University California at Santa Barbara, 1968-1972.
- The Awakening of American Nationalism: 1815 - 1828
- A felicitous and fresh retelling of the story of the emergence of American nationalism! By any criteria the years following the Peace of Ghent, a period inaugurated by what has been superficially called "the era of good feelings," must be considered a time of exceptional growth and development in the United States.
- The Mutiny Of The Bengal Army: An Historical Narrative [Two volumes in One] [Illustrated Edition]
- [Illustrated with over one hundred maps, photos and portraits, of the battles, individuals and places involved in the Indian Mutiny] The brilliant two-volume account of the Indian Mutiny written by the eminent military historian Colonel George Malleson, richly illustrated with maps, plans and portraits.
- Eight Months' Campaign Against the Bengal Sepoy Army: the Indian Mutiny Experiences of an Officer of the Bengal Horse Artillery
- A horse gunner's Mutiny experiences Bourchier's is a well known and highly regarded eyewitness account of the Indian Mutiny as experienced and reported by an officer of that most famous of Indian Army corps d'elite-The Red Men-the galloping gunners of the Bengal Horse Artillery.
- Eight Months Campaign Against the Bengal Sepoy Army During the Mutiny of 1857 (Classic Reprint)
- Fob all defects in the following pages which originally were intended for private circulation the author has but one apology that the notes from which it has been compiled were taken just as opportunities could be snatched from more important duties.
Born October 28, 1904
1930 - 1932
1933 - 1935
1935 - 1986
1935 - 1986