The people Hitler never understood, and whose actions continued to exasperate him to the end of his life, were the British.
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|Birth:||13th December, 1914|
|Death:||2nd February, 2004|
Alan Louis Charles Bullock, Baron Bullock, was a British historian, who wrote an influential biography of Adolf Hitler and many other works. Bullock was born in Trowbridge in Wiltshire, England, where his father worked as a gardener and a Unitarian preacher. He was educated at Bradford Grammar School and Wadham College, Oxford, where he read classics and modern history. After graduating in 1938, he worked as a research assistant for Winston Churchill, who was writing his History of the English-Speaking Peoples. During World War II, Bullock worked for the European Service of the British Broadcasting Corporation. After the war he returned to Oxford as a history fellow at New College. He was the founding master of St. Catherine's College, a college for undergraduates and graduates, divided between students of the sciences and the arts. He was credited with massive fundraising efforts to develop the college. Later he was the first full-time Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University.
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