John Holland Rose

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John Holland Rose.

John Holland Rose (1855-1942)[1] was an influential English historian who wrote a famous biography of French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and also wrote a history of Europe, entitled The Development of the European Nations among other historical works. He was educated at Bedford Modern School and Christ's College, Cambridge.[2] From 1919 to 1934 he was Vere Harmsworth Professor of Imperial and Naval History in the University of Cambridge.

Rose was the basis for C. P. Snow's fictional character M. H. L. Gay (see "Years of Hope: Cambridge, Colonial Administrator in the South Seas, and Cricket" by Philip Snow.)

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