- Barbara (Wert·heim) [wurt-hahym] /ˈwɜrt haɪm/, 1912–1989, U.S. historian and writer.
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The leading military minds of Europe, Tuchman believes, were entranced by the cult of the offensive.
Tuchman, of course, never earned a Ph.D.; nor was she ever affiliated with a university history department.
In short, Tuchman writes with great brio, exquisite pacing, and a keen eye for telling details and arresting quotes.
Tuchman was often criticized by academicians for being a self-taught historian with only a BA.No One Wins Washington’s Zero-Sum Games
October 11, 2013
He's a decent, respectable young feller by the name Tuchman, what works as bookkeeper by the Kosciusko Bank.Potash & Perlmutter