Noah Andre Trudeau

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Noah Andre Trudeau
Occupation Historian and author
Nationality American
Alma mater State University of New York at Albany
Subject Civil War history
Notable awards Fletcher Pratt Award
Jerry Coffey Memorial Book Prize

Noah Andre Trudeau is an American historian who has written books and produced programs for National Public Radio.


Trudeau was born on February 23, 1949, the son of two World War II veterans. He studied history at the State University of New York at Albany.[1] Trudeau was formerly an executive producer at National Public Radio.[2]

In addition to his books, Trudeau has written a number of articles for military history magazines such as Civil War Times Illustrated, Gettysburg Magazine, Blue and Gray, North & South, The Columbiad, America's Civil War and Military History Quarterly.[3]


Trudeau’s first book Bloody Roads South won the Civil War Round Table of New York's Fletcher Pratt Award.[4] He was also awarded the Jerry Coffey Memorial Book Prize offered by the Grady McWhiney Research Foundation.[5] In June 2012, Trudeau’s essay in Military History Quarterly won the Army Historical Foundation’s 2011 Distinguished Writing Award.[6]



  1. ^ "Savas Beatie, LLC". 
  2. ^ "Noah Andre Trudeau: Southern Storm - Pritzker Military Museum & Library - Chicago". 
  3. ^ "Noah andre Trudeau -- Historian". 
  4. ^ "Civil War Round Table of New York Fletcher Pratt Award". 
  5. ^ "Savas Beatie, LLC". 
  6. ^ "Hard War on the Southern Plains". History Net: Where History Comes Alive - World & US History Online. 

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