Timothy Halstead was educated at Uppingham and studied for an MA in British First World War Studies at the University of Birmingham. His MA dissertation examined the public school ethos in the Great War, using Uppingham as a case study. Previously, he has had papers published on Uppingham in War and Society and on the Junior OTC before the Great War in the British Journal of Military History. Future publications include a chapter on the British Army’s Junior Officer Corps in 1916 in a volume edited by Dr Spencer Jones. He is a member of the British Commission of Military History and Treasurer of the Army Records Society. When he is not researching and writing about military history, he advises on data protection matters. Timothy is married with two grown-up children and lives in Hertfordshire.
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