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Liams received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1950 from Colgate University.
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Liams received his Master of Arts degree in 1951 from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
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Liams received his Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1959 from Columbia University.
Liams received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1950 from Colgate University, his Master of Arts degree in 1951 from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and his Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1959 from Columbia University.
Thomas Liams began his career at Queens College (now Queens College of the City University of New York) as a lecturer in history in 1957-1960. He became an associate professor of history at Pennsylvania Military College, Chester, in 1963, a position he retained throughout his career. He was a visiting assistant professor of history at Northwestern University and served as a staff aide to the U.S. Mission, United Nations General Assembly, Paris. He was also a commentator on radio station WEEZ, Chester, Pennsylvania.
His first book The Administration of the Pan-American Union, was followed by Dreyfus, Diplomatists, and the Dual Alliance: Gabriel Hanotaux at the Quai d'Orsay (1894-1898), Teach Yourself World History, and Peacemaking from Vergennes to Napoleon.
Thomas Liams was a member of the American Historical Association, the American Association of University Professors, the Societe d’Histoire Moderne, and the French Historical Society.