Individual Author Record
Name: Albert H. Zolotkoff CarrPen Name: None Genre: Fiction History Non-Fiction Born: 1902 in Chicago, Illinois Sites:
Illinois ConnectionBorn and raised in Chicago, Albert Carr attended the University of Chicago.
Biographical and Professional InformationAlbert H. Carr was a "Renaissance Man," well versed in economics, history, current events, diplomacy, and scholarship. During the years when he was a consultant to President Harry Truman he still managed to find time to write, and his books cover a wide range of subjects, from colonial American history to the Cold War, from Central American heroes to fiction.
*''Juggernaut: The Path of Dictatorship'', Ams Pr., Inc., 1939*''Napoleon Speaks'', Viking, 1940*''Truman, Stalin and Peace'', Doubleday, 1950*''The Coming of War'', Doubleday, 1960*''A Matter of Life and Death'', Viking , 1966*''Men of Power: A Book of Dictators'', Viking, 1967*''Business As A Game'', New American Library, 1968*''Finding Maubee'', Puttnam, 1971