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Paul Johnson


Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson’s many books, including A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY, A HISTORY OF THE JEWS, MODERN TIMES, CHURCHILL and NAPOLEON: A Penguin Life, have been hailed as masterpieces of historical analysis. He is a regular columnist for Forbes and The Spectator, and his work has also appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and many others publications. He lives in London.

Paul Johnson

Books by Paul Johnson

by Paul Johnson - Biography, History, Nonfiction, Politics

Acclaimed historian Paul Johnson chronicles Dwight D. Eisenhower's modest childhood in Kansas, his college years at West Point, and his rapid ascent through the military ranks, culminating in his appointment as Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces in Europe during World War II. Many elements of Eisenhower’s presidency speak to American politics today, including his ability to balance the budget and skill in managing an oppositional Congress.

by Paul Johnson - Biography, Music, Nonfiction

In MOZART: A LIFE, acclaimed historian and author Paul Johnson’s focus is on the music --- Mozart’s wondrous output of composition and his uncanny gift for instrumentation. In addition, Johnson challenges the many myths that have followed Mozart, including those about the composer’s health, wealth, religion and relationships.