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history professor

Andrew David Lambert, British history professor. Achievements include research in naval history; research in strategic history; research in history of technology; research in historiography. Fellow: Royal History Society; member: British Commission for Maritime History (vice president), Navy Records Society (honorary secretary).

Background

Lambert, Andrew David was born on December 31, 1956 in Norwich, Norfolk, England. Son of David George and Nola Lambert.

Education

Law degree, City of London, 1978. Master of Arts in War studies, King's College, London, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy, King's College, London, 1983.

Career

Lecturer Bristol (England) Polytechnic, 1983—1987. Senior lecturer Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, Berkshire, England, 1989—1991. Lecturer King's College, 1991—1995, senior lecturer, 1996—1998, professor, 1998—2001, Laughton professor naval history, 2001.

Councilor S.S. Great Britain Project. Honorary research consultant New Dictionary of National Biography Project. Vice president HMS Trincomalee Trust.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in naval history. Research in strategic history. Research in history of technology.

    Research in historiography.

Works

Membership

Fellow: Royal History Society. Member: British Commission for Maritime History (vice president), Navy Records Society (honorary secretary).

Connections

Married Zohra Bouznat, November 27, 1987. 1 child Tama-Sophie.

father:
David George

mother:
Nola Lambert

spouse:
Zohra Bouznat

child:
Tama-Sophie Lambert