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Dr Robert Lyman was born in New Zealand in January 1963 and educated at Scotch College, Melbourne, Australia. He was commissioned into the Light Infantry from the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, England in April 1982, and was an officer in the British Army for twenty years.

He has a First Class Honours degree in History from the University of York; Masters degrees in Strategic Studies (University College of Wales, Aberystwyth), War Studies (King’s College, London) and Military Studies (Cranfield). He is a graduate of the Joint Services Command and Staff College.

Robert Lyman is a respected military historian and lives in Berkshire, England. He is represented by Charlie Viney of The Viney Agency.


Paper:
The Possibilities for ‘Humanitarian War' in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Strategic and Combat Services Institute (SCSI), 1997.

Books:
Kohima: The Battle That Saved India, 1944 Osprey, 2010
Bill Slim, Osprey, 2011
Japan’s Last Bid for Victory: The Invasion of India, 1944
Pen and Sword, September 2011
Operation Suicide: The Remarkable Story of the Cockleshell Raid Quercus, 2012
Into The Jaws of Death: The Gallant Six Hundred of the St. Nazaire Raid, 28 March 1942,
Quercus, 2013
The Longest Siege: Tobruk and the Battle for Africa, 1941
Pan Macmillan, 2009.
Slim, Master of War, Constable and Robinson, 2004/5.
Iraq 1941: The Battles for Basra, Habbaniya, Fallujah and Baghdad, Osprey Publishing, 2006.
First Victory, Britain’s Forgotten Struggle in the Middle East, 1941 Constable and Robinson, 2006.
The Generals: From Defeat to Victory Leadership in Asia 1941-45
Constable and Robinson, 2008.

Chapter:
The Challenges of High Command: The British Experience Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.

Forward to:
David Rooney’s Stilwell The Patriot, Greenhill Books, 2005.




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On 20 April 2013
The Battle of Imphal/Kohima was voted Britain's Greatest Battle
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On 9 April 2011 “Slim and Wellington were voted ‘Britain’s Greatest Generals’ at the end of a day of debates at the National Army Museum on Saturday 9 April.
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