George A. Rothrock

George A. Rothrock

George A. Rothrock (1932-1993) was a professor of European history at the University of Alberta. He joined the faculty as an associate professor in 1964 and became a full professor in 1971.


* transl. Vauban, "A Manual of Siegecraft and Fortification" (University of Michigan Press, 1968).
* "Europe: A Brief History" (1971, 2nd ed., University Press of America, 1982). ISBN 0-8191-2070-7
* "The Huguenots: A Biography of A Minority" (Nelson-Hall, 1979). ISBN 0-88229-277-3
* (with F.J. Hebbert) "Soldier of France, Sébastien Le Prestre de Vauban: 1633-1707" (Peter Lang, 1990)

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