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Stephen Ambrose (1936–2002)

America's preeminent military historian, Stephen E. Ambrose is the author of numerous bestselling books about World War II, including D-Day, Citizen Soldiers and The Victors, plus biographies of Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard Nixon. He is the founder of the Eisenhower Center and President of the National D-Day Museum in New Orleans. See full bio »

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 2002 Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West (Short) (technical advisor - as Stephen E. Ambrose)
 1998 Saving Private Ryan (consultant - uncredited)
 1997 Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery (TV Special documentary) (program advisor - as Stephen E. Ambrose)
 1990 The American Experience (TV Series documentary) (advisor - 3 episodes)
- Nixon: Part III (1990) ... (advisor)
- Richard Nixon: Part II (1990) ... (advisor)
- Nixon: Part I (1990) ... (advisor)
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Other Works:

Biography: "Halleck: Lincoln's Chief of Staff". Louisiana State University Press, ISBN 0807120715 See more »

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3 Articles | See more »

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Alternate Names:

Dr. Stephen E. Ambrose | Prof. Stephen Ambrose | Stephen E. Ambrose | Steven Ambrose
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The number one secret of being a successful writer is this: marry an English major. See more »

Trivia:

Shortly before his death in 2002, Ambrose was accused of plagiarizing work from several sources. It was later shown that the material was simply cited incorrectly rather than stolen; Ambrose contained source information in footnotes, but neglected to place the passages in traditional quotation marks.

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