Adam Zamoyski

United States, 1948

Adam Zamoyski is an award-winning historian and author of several acclaimed books on key figures in and aspects of European and Polish history such as his best-seller The Polish Way. A Thousand-Year History of the Poles and their Culture (1987), Moscow 1812. Napoleon’s Fatal March(2004) and Warsaw 1920 (2008). In 2014, Phantom Terror. The Threat of Revolution and the Repression of Liberty, 1789-1848 was published to critical acclaim, exploring the historic attempts of the governments of Europe to police the world in a struggle against obscure forces. Since receiving his degree from Oxford, Zamoyski has also worked as a distinguished commentator and reviewer, contributing to all the major British papers and periodicals as well as lecturing at universities all over the world, promoting the preservation of our shared European heritage. His most recent work is Napoleon: A Life (2018).