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On Specialness is a sparkling collection of essays on wartime and postwar Anglo-American relations by one of the leading authorities in the field. This is a relationship which has been persistently sentimentalized and mythologized, but the essays in this book represent an attempt to go beyond unintelligible descriptions of the relationship, such as, It is special. On Specialness: Essays in Anglo-American Relations (St.
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Alex Danchev obituary. Historian and biographer who explored the political and ethical force of art. Elizabeth Cowling. In all these well-received books – and his many essays on contemporary painters, photographers and film-makers – Danchev deployed to brilliant effect his knowledge of the literary culture that helped to form his subjects’ work and thinking.
On Specialness: Essays in Anglo American Relations. Preface - Acknowledgements - Abbreviations - On Specialness: Anglo-American Apocrypha - Being Friends: the Combined Chiefs of Staff - Biffing: the Second Front - God Knows: Civil-Military Relations - Good Boy: Field-Marshal Sir John Dill - In the Back Room: Defence Co-operation - Amateurs: Sir Oliver Franks - One for All: the North Atlantic Treaty - On Friendship: Anglo-America at the Fin de Siecle - Index.
On Specialness: Essays in Anglo-American Relations, St. . Martin's Press (New York, NY), 1998. Alchemist of War: The Life of Basil Liddell Hart, Weidenfeld & Nicolson (London, England), 2000. Georges Braque: A Life, Arcade (New York, NY), 2005. Contributor to books, including the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography; The Oxford Companion to Military History, 2001; Telling Lives, 2001; September 2001: War, Terror & Judgement, 2003; and Closeness and Asymmetry: The Anglo-American and Mexican-American 'Special Relationships,' 2005.
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The much vaunted Anglo-American "special relationship" is, Alex Danchev asserts, a will-o'-the-wisp. On Specialness represents, in effect, an exercise in "photographing fairies". Like the hero of Nick Willing's recent film, Danchev is concerned to capture the essence of the elusive spectre, both to confirm its existence to disbelievers but also to reveal its precise features