Paul Sanders

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Paul Sanders, MA (Paris IV), DEA (Sciences Po Paris), PhD (Cambridge), FRHistS (born 23 September 1967 in Banbury, UK), is an Anglo-German historian and leadership scholar. He is a full-time professor in the Department of Strategy at NEOMA Business School, Reims, France. His teaching interests lie in the areas of leadership, ethics and international affairs, and he is a media commentator on Russian and European affairs.[1]

Monographs[edit]

  • Gillian, Carr; Sanders, Paul; Willmot, Louise (14 August 2014). Protest, defiance and resistance in the Channel Islands : German occupation, 1940-45. London. ISBN 9781472509208. OCLC 858353593.
  • Paul., Sanders (2005). The British Channel Islands under German occupation, 1940-1945. Société jersiaise., Jersey Heritage Trust. [Jersey?]: Societe Jersiaise. ISBN 978-0953885831. OCLC 63136106.
  • Paul., Sanders (2001). Histoire du marché noir : 1940-1946. Impr. Firmin-Didot). [Paris]: Perrin. ISBN 978-2262016425. OCLC 468720857.
  • Sanders, Paul. "The Ultimate Sacrifice - The Jersey islanders who died in German prisons and concentration camps during the Occupation 1940 - 1945". Cite journal requires |journal= (help)

The Channel Islands Occupation, 1940–45[edit]

In his thematic history The British Channel Islands under German Occupation 1940–1945 (2005) Sanders covers all aspects of the occupation experience, including economics and ethics. This official commission followed upon a previous publication on the occupation of Jersey, titled The Ultimate Sacrifice (1998).[2] This book's findings were the basis of the honouring of Channel Islanders Louisa Gould, Harold Le Druillenec and Ivy Forster with a posthumous 'British Heroes of the Holocaust' award, in 2010.[3]

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HISTORY, LEADERSHIP AND ETHICS

INTERNATIONAL AND RUSSIAN AFFAIRS

BLACK MARKET AND ILLEGAL ECONOMY

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