Artificial Epidemics

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Alan Bullock

Alan Bullock (1914–2004) was a distinguished British historian and well-known broadcaster. He grew up in the north of England and was trained as an historian at Oxford. From 1940 to 1945 he worked in the BBC’s European Service, acting as diplomatic correspondent during the latter part of the Second World War. He then became a fellow of the New College, and in 1952 was made Censor of St. Catherine’s. Among his other books are The Liberal Tradition and The Life and Times of Ernest Bevin; he also edited The Ribbentrop Memoirs.