Phillip Thomas Tucker

Phillip Thomas Tucker

Prolific Writer and Historian, Writer/Historian
 

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    Summary

    Phillip Thomas Tucker, Ph.D., is an acclaimed American historian who has authored a large number of extensively-researched "New Look" historical narratives (more than 30 books, including award-winners) that have been praised by numerous publications, including the New York Times, Armchair General, Army Magazine, History Book Club, Telegraph (London, England) and the Dallas Morning Star, among many others for more than three decades. Many of Phillip Thomas Tucker, Ph.D.'s books focus on ground-breaking narratives involving famous battles and key turning points in American history, but he has also detailed accounts of pathbreaking women such as "Anne Bonny, the Infamous Female Pirate" and Cathy Williams, "America's Female Buffalo Soldier." He also won the Douglas Southall Freeman Award in 1993 for his biography of an Irish-born priest, and his latest book recounts Alexander Hamilton's vital role as chief of staff during the American Revolutionary War. In addition to his pursuits in the field of publishing, Dr. Tucker applied his extensive skills as a historian for the Department of Defense from 1989 to 2010, during which time he worked out primarily of Washington, D.C., as well as various military establishments and bases throughout the country. He completed his postgraduate education in history at St. Louis University in 1990.

Experiences

Prolific Writer and Historian

At Writer/Historian

From 1989 to 2010
 

Skills

 
  • Historian
  • Writer

Centres d'intérêt

 
  • Professional Historian
  • Writer
  • and Researcher