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Bee·vor

(bē'vŏr),
Charles E., English neurologist, 1854-1908. See: Beevor sign.
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Ardennes 1944: Hitler's Last Gamble: Antony Beevor 10.
In his excellent book Ardennes 1944, Antony Beevor tells how front-line doctors in 1944 noticed that seriously wounded German soldiers recovered from surgery far better than Americans.
Arnhem: The Battle For The Bridges 1944 Antony Beevor (Viking, [euro]20.30)
Arnhem: The Battle For The Bridges 1944 Antony Beevor (Viking, PS8.99) Beevor forensically unpicks one of the most abysmal failures of the Second World War, blaming the disaster on hubris, ego and a catalogue of errors.
In Arnhem: The Battle for the Bridges, 1944, Antony Beevor gives a day-by-day chronicle of this serious setback for the Allies.
He joins previous winners including Mary Beard and Antony Beevor after being selected from more than 150 works.
Meanwhile, British military historian Antony Beevor said neither director has been particularly faithful to a monumental week or so when the direction of the entire war could have turned in Nazi Germany's favor.
Clearly, this is not the kind of history written by John Keegan, Max Hastings, Antony Beevor, or Rick Atkinson.
Una de las fuentes que cita la periodista es Antony Beevor: Berlin.
I am currently reading The Fall of Berlin, 1945 by Antony Beevor. It is a superb telling of the last months of the war as the Russian army charges towards Berlin and of the horrors inflicted on anyone in their path.
Some, such as the historian Antony Beevor, considered it "a great work of literary fiction, to which readers and scholars will turn for decades to come"; others, such as New York Times critic Michiko Kakutani, wrote that "the novel's gushing fans..
In 1991, fifty years after the lost battle for Crete, Antony Beevor published a short history of the campaign, including six pages about the last night of the evacuation.