- Christopher Duffy
Christopher Duffy (born 1936) is a British military historian. Duffy read history at Balliol College, Oxford, where he graduated in 1961 with the PhD. Afterwards, he taught military history at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and the college of the British General Staff. He was secretary-general of the British Commission for Military History and vice-president of the History Society of Ireland. From 1996 to 2001, he was research professor at the De Montfort University, Leicester. He currently works as a freelance author.
Duffy's special interest is the military history of the European modern age, in particular the history of the German, Prussian, and Austrian armed forces. He is most famous for his writings about Frederick the Great and the Seven Years' War. Duffy is fluent in six languages and has published some twenty books about military history topics, several of which have been translated into German.
- The Wild Goose and the Eagle: A Life of Marshal von Browne, 1705-1757, Chatto & Windus, 1964.
- Borodino and the War of 1812, Sphere, 1972.
- Army of Frederick the Great, David & Charles, 1974.
- The Army of Maria Theresa: The Armed Forces of Imperial Austria, 1740 - 1780, Vancouver 1977.
- Austerlitz 1805, Shoe String Press, 1977.
- Siege Warfare, 2 volumes, Routledge, 1979 and 1985.
- Frederick the Great: A Military Life, London 1985.
- The Fortress in the Age of Vauban and Frederick the Great 1660-1789, London 1985.
- Russia's Military Way to the West: Origins and Nature of Russian Military Power, 1700-1800, Routledge, 1985.
- The Military Experience in the Age of Reason, London 1987.
- Red Storm on the Reich: The Soviet March on Germany, 1945, London 1991.
- Army of Frederick the Great, Second Edition, Emperor's Press, 1996.
- Eagles over the Alps: Suvorov in Italy and Switzerland, 1799, Emperor's Press, 1999.
- Instrument of War: The Austrian Army in the Seven Years War, Emperor's Press, 2000.
- Prussia's Glory: Rossbach and Leuthen, Emperor's Press, 2003.
- Fire And Stone: The Science of Fortress Warfare 1660-1860, Booksales, 2006.
- Through German Eyes: The British and the Somme, 1916, London 2006.
- The '45: Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Untold Story of the Jacobite Rising, Phoenix Press, 2007.
- By Force of Arms: The Austrian Army in the Seven Years War, Volume 2, Emperor's Press, 2008.
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