Dr Stephen Bull is a museum curator and university external examiner who straddles the divide between the 'serious' and what most of the world actually wants to read. Interested in history from an early age he studied at the University of Wales, and worked at the BBC and National Army Museum in London. Later he became Curator of Military History and Archaeology for Lancashire County Museums, where he has curated a number of exhibitions as well as completing an MBA and been elected to the Institute for Archaeologists. His work has been published on both sides of the Atlantic and translated into a variety of languages. Last year he was listed for the Portico Prize for Literature. Stephen has made many TV and radio appearances, and at time of writing is working with Impossible Pictures on a new Channel 4 and Canadian Second World War series. Having been a lecturer or examiner with several North West universities he is now a consultant to the University of Oxford, where he is assisting in the creation of a European database to document the individual experience of the First World War through archives, photographs, and objects. The photograph above shows Stephen (right) with Lorenz Andraes at the German National Library, 'DNB', Frankfurt.
Military Historian and Author STEPHEN BULL
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