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A.J.P. Taylor Prize in Twentieth Century British History

Founded in 1994 by The Historians' Press (a company involving three University of London historians, Kathleen Burk (UCL), John Ramsden and John Turner)

  1. A prize known as A.J.P Taylor Prize in Twentieth Century British History may be awarded in each session.

  2. The Prize is awarded by the Council on the recommendation of the Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences.

  3. The Prize is awarded to the undergraduate achieving the best marks in courses in recent British History.

  4. The Prize takes the form of books to a value determined by the Head of the Department of History.

  5. No application is necessary.

  6. The qualifications of candidates are considered by the Head of the Department of History.

  7. The award is announced in July.

  8. Awards are subject to the provision of the General Regulations.

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