Robert Lyman

Robert Lyman served in the British Army for 20 years, where he taught military history and international affairs. His book Slim: Master of War (Constable, 2004) has been highly praised ,and he is currently writing an analysis of the First Gulf War (1941). Educated at Scotch College, Melbourne and the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, he also has degrees from the Universities of York, Wales, London and Cranfield. He lives in Berkshire, UK.

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