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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.
Barbara Tuchman called herself a writer whose subject was history.
One signal was the 2011 show at Helly Nahmad, New York pairing Soutine and Bacon and curated by Maurice Tuchman and Esti Dunow.
He's a decent, respectable young feller by the name Tuchman, what works as bookkeeper by the Kosciusko Bank.
Abe hung up his hat, while Morris and Ralph Tuchman once more fell to the work of comparing the statements.
Morris stopped comparing the statements, while Ralph Tuchman continued his writing.
His mind was occupied with bitter reflections when Ralph Tuchman interrupted him.