Graduating from Gonville & Caius College in Cambridge with a degree in Modern History, Andrew Roberts has delved into the lives of some of the most heralded and controversial historical figures in the world. In 2011, he worked as a commentator for NBC along with Meredith Viera to cover the wedding of the Prince and Princess of Wales, William and Kate. Focusing primarily on European history, Roberts has written expansive works about World War II, Napoleon, and Winston Churchill. As a prolific writer, Roberts' books are a lens into the triumphs and tragedies in history.
Why you should book Andrew Roberts for your next evnet
- As the foremost authority on European and World history, Roberts brings a wealth of knowledge to impart to listeners about international affairs, military history, and transformative figures from the past.
- Offering insights into relationships between world leaders and significant historical events, Roberts paints a picture for the audience to understand how historical actions, decisions, and precedents impact modern-day politics and policies.
- As the author of numerous popular and best-selling books, Roberts has reached millions of readers across the globe with insights into world history.
As an acclaimed historian and author, Andrew Roberts has contributed extensively to the literary world with well-written historical books about British and European history. An accomplished literary and civic contributor, Roberts is a transformative figure in his own right. He’s written more than 20 books for the general public and scholars. His works include 2014 Napoleon and 2018 Churchill. Translated in more than 25 different languages, his literary works reach readers across the globe.
In 2018, Penguin published Roberts’ Churchill biography to rave reviews. Reaching the New York Times bestseller list, the book is available in nine languages and has received numerous accolades. Recognized by Henry Kissinger as the “crowning achievement” of Roberts’ career for capturing the essence of Churchill’s statesmanship, the Churchill book is recognized as the definitive work on the life of the stateman.
By 2021, Roberts published George III. His historical account of Britain’s former King received widespread acclaim and several awards, including recognition from the Colonial Wars General Society and Elizabeth Longford Award for Historical Biography. His other books have received numerous awards, including Wolfson History Prize, James Stern Non-fiction Silver Pen Award, and Los Angeles Times Prize for Biography.
As a prolific writer and commentator, Roberts shares his knowledge to global audiences. As a popular speaker, he brings a refreshing take on history.
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