George Macaulay Trevelyan (Trevelyan George Macaulay)( English historian)
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Biography George Macaulay Trevelyan (Trevelyan George Macaulay)
Born in Stratford-upon-Avon 16 February 1876. He was educated at Harrow and Cambridge University. In 1915-1918 was the first commander of the British medical unit on the Italian front. He was appointed professor of modern history at Cambridge University in 1927 and in 1940 was elected the head of Trinity College and held that post until 1951. In 1930 received the Order of Merit, in 1949 was appointed chancellor of the University of Durham. The most significant works Trevelyan: England in the age of Wycliffe (England in the Age of Wycliffe, . 1899); England in the reign of the Stuarts (England under the Stuarts, . 1907); Protection of the Roman Republic Garibaldi (Garibaldi's Defense of the Roman Republic, . 1907), Garibaldi and the Thousand (Garibaldi and the Thousand, . 1909); Garibaldi in the history of Italy (Garibaldi and the Making of Italy, . 1911); Life of John Bright (Life of John Bright, . 1917); Lord Gray and Reform Bill (Lord Grey of the Reform Bill, . 1920); British History in the Nineteenth Century (British History in the Nineteenth Century - 1782-1901, . 1923); History of England (History of England, . 1926); England under Queen Anne (England under Queen Anne, . 3 vols., . 1930-1934); Social History of England (English Social History, . 1944),
. Trevelyan died in Cambridge, July 21, 1962.