Jerry De Groot
Prof Gerard De Groot

Professor Gerard De Groot

BA (Whitman), PhD (Edin.), FRHistS

 
Contact Details

E-mail -  gjdg@st-and.ac.uk
Telephone - +44 (0)1334 462898
Fax - +44 (0)1334 462914

 

 


Teaching and Research Interests

Teaches 20th Century British and American History, and has published fourteen books and scores of articles on various aspects of 20th Century History. His book on the atom bomb was published to considerable acclaim and won a prestigious literary prize. His iconoclastic history of 1960s won the Ray and Pat Browne Prize for the best single authored book on cultural history in 2008.  He writes regularly for the quality press across the English-speaking world.


Main Publications

  • Douglas Haig, 1861-1928 (1988)
  • Liberal Crusader: The Life of Sir Archibald Sinclair (1993)
  • Blighty: British Society in the Era of The Great War (1996) [Details]
  • Military Miscellany I (1997)
  • Student Protest: The Sixties and after (1998) [Details]
  • A Noble Cause?: America and the Vietnam War (1999) [Details]
  • A Soldier and a Women (2000) [Details]
  • The First World War (2001) [Details]
  • The Bomb: A Life (2004) [Details]
  • Dark Side of the Moon (2006) [Details]
  • The Sixties Unplugged: A Kaleidoscopic History of a Disorderly Decade (2008) [Details]
  • The Seventies Unplugged: A Kaleidoscopic History of a Violent Decade (2010)
  • Back in Blighty (2014)
  • Selling Ronald Reagan (2015)

Teaching Duties

Offers the following Honours courses:


Research Students

 


Main Publications

The Sixties Unplugged

The Bomb

 

Dark Side of the Moon