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(tŭk′mən), Barbara Wertheim 1912-1989.
American historian who won a Pulitzer Prize for The Guns of August (1962) and for Stilwell and the American Experience in China (1971).
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Noun1.Tuchman - United States historian (1912-1989)
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Dignified and erudite, Marcel Tuchman is the consummate Old World European, easily referencing history and literature.
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Nadel, FAIA, panel moderator; Adam Frazier, leasing director, Boston Properties; Jan Tuchman, editor, Engineering New-Record; Peter Buckey, vice president, Cassidy Turley; Patricia Harris, managing partner, Zetlin & De Chiara; Barbara Byrne Denham, chief economist, Eastern Consolidated and; Andrew Abel, president at SMPS-NY chapter and marketing manager at WSP Flack + Kurtz.
Recently I learnt by chance that Tuchman, now dead, has been the target of much academic sniping, ostensibly because her 'long view' is considered a bit 1970-ish (well, of course it was), but really, I suspect, because duller writers are envious of her enduring appeal.
BMO Capital Markets, the investment and corporate banking arm of BMO Financial Group (NYSE: BMO) (TSX: BMO), has announced the appointments of Ken Tuchman and Chuck Adair as vice-chairs, effective immediately.
Summary: Barbara Tuchman, in her classic book oMarch of Folly,o examined four cases in history when governments acted contrary to their own best interests: the Trojans who let the Greeks bring the fatal horse into their midst; the papacy, which allowed and even brought about the Protestant secession; the British who lost America, and America, which lost the war in Vietnam.