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Antony Beevor

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AEradio

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22mins

14 Apr 2021

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51. Antony Beevor (2018)

Chalke Talk

ARNHEM: THE BATTLE FOR THE BRIDGES, 1944 The battle of Arnhem, the great airborne fight for the bridges in 1944, was a courageous strategic gamble that failed. Britain’s best- selling historian Antony Beevor, using often overlooked sources from Allied and German archives, reconstructs the terrible reality of the fighting and questions whether this plan to end the war could ever have worked, or whether it was always doomed to become the last German victory.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

40mins

31 Mar 2021

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Arnhem with Antony Beevor

Warfare

After winning back France and Belgium, the Allied forces met unexpected resistance in the Netherlands in September 1944. Following nine days of fighting, they withdrew. In this podcast, Dan spoke to Antony Beevor about what was possibly one of the greatest Allied failures of the Second World War, and the intelligence failures and vanities which caused it. Antony is one of the best selling military historians of all time, and author of ‘Arnhem: The Battle for the Bridges 1944’.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

42mins

1 Sep 2020

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An Evening with Antony Beevor

Sydney Writers' Festival

Pre-eminent British historian and one of the greatest chroniclers of the Second World War, Antony Beevor discusses his outstanding body of work, including his latest release, Arnhem. Antony served in the 11th Hussars before writing four novels and 12 books of non-fiction (including the gripping Stalingrad). His talent as a historian and storyteller have positioned him as Britain's number one bestselling historian, earned him countless awards, and a knighthood. He’s introduced by Kate Evans and talks about his gripping, authoritative works of military history – elucidating his superbly written and forensically researched account of the failed Allied paratroopers’ campaign to seize bridges leading to the Rhine in 1944, as detailed in his new bestseller. 

55mins

6 Aug 2019

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The Heart Of War: Antony Beevor (2019)

Auckland Writers Festival

The pre-eminent military historian Antony Beevor attended Sandhurst and served in the 11th Hussars before writing four novels and twelve books of non-fiction (including the gripping Stalingrad and Berlin). In his latest work – Arnhem: The Battle for the Bridges 1944 – he has mined Dutch, British, Polish, German, and American archives, and previously overlooked sources, to vividly document heroism and incompetence in the biggest ever airborne battle. The military disaster saw colossal casualties and resulted in brutal Nazi reprisals against Dutch citizens. Beevor, a master of integrating sources with stories, is in conversation with Michael Williams.Supported by Heartland Bank.

58mins

5 Jun 2019

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Antony Beevor and the battle for Arnhem, 1944

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The eminent military historian, Antony Beevor, continues applying his forensic mind and storytelling to events around the battle for the bridges, specifically that of Arnhem, in 1944. Exposing the faults in the plans by British Field Marshall Montgomery, the cover up by the press and the devastating affect it had on Polish fighters and the Dutch people.

25mins

21 Apr 2019

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Antony Beevor on Arnhem

Dan Snow's History Hit

Dan talks to Antony Beevor about Arnhem and Operation Market Garden. For more exclusive history interviews and documentaries, subscribe to History Hit TV.Producer: Natt TapleyAudio: Felix Maynard, Peter Curry & Pete DennisSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

44mins

25 Jan 2019

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Antony Beevor on Arnhem

Channel History Hit

Dan talks to Antony Beevor about Arnhem and Operation Market Garden. For more exclusive history interviews and documentaries, subscribe to History Hit TV.Producer: Natt TapleyAudio: Felix Maynard, Peter Curry & Pete DennisSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

44mins

25 Jan 2019

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Antony Beevor (2018 Event)

2018 Edinburgh International Book Festival

ARNHEM: THE HEART OF WAR The nation’s premier military historian has analysed conflicts in places that proved pivotal during the Second World War such as Berlin and Stalingrad. Now he turns to Arnhem, where Britain, America and the Netherlands tried in vain to thwart the Nazis’ hopes for dominion. In Arnhem: The Battle for the Bridges, 1944, Sir Antony Beevor explores why this project failed, but also why it became ‘the last German victory’. Chaired by Sheena McDonald.

57mins

31 Aug 2018

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Antony Beevor: Arnhem

The Book Club

In this week’s Spectator Books, Sam Leith talks to the military historian Antony Beevor about his latest book, Arnhem: The Battle for the Bridges, 1944.

24mins

17 May 2018

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