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David Horner, Historian

Professor David Horner is one of Australia’s leading historians. Currently Professor of Australian Defence History at the Australian National University, he is Australia’s premier military historian with an international reputation for military history and strategic analysis, although his expertise also ranges across Australian and international history.

David’s career began an infantry officer in the Australian Regular Army. He graduated from the Royal Military College of Australia in 1969 and in 1971 saw active service as an infantry officer in Vietnam.  He retired from the Australian Regular Army in 1991. However, as a Colonel in the Army Reserve he was the first Head of the Australian Army’s Land Warfare Studies Centre from 1998 to 2002.

His master’s degree and are in history and strategic studies, and in 1976 he was awarded a Churchill Fellowship for overseas study.  He is the author or editor of 30 books and numerous articles on military history, strategy and defence. He has been historical consultant for many television programmes and has been appointed Official Historian of Australian Peacekeeping and Post-Cold War Operations.  In the 2009 Queen’s Birthday Honours he was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia for services to higher education in the area of Australian military history and heritage as a researcher, author and academic.

David Horner is scheduled to sail on the following voyage(s) (subject to change):






Silver Privilege Fares

May 26 2014 7 4411 Silver Whisper Stockholm, Sweden to Copenhagen, Denmark $3,550
Jun 02 2014 7 4412 Silver Whisper Copenhagen, Denmark to Copenhagen, Denmark $3,950
This voyage is wait list only. Please check back frequently for availability

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