Odd Bull, Bartle Bull. Hardcover Middle East Antiquarian & Collectible Books.
Odd Bull, Bartle Bull. Rich Dad Poor Dad : What the Rich Teach Their Kids about Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! by Robert T. Kiyosaki (Paperback, 2017).
Odd Bull grew up in Oslo and received the first twelve years of his education at Vestheim School. Bull, Odd (1973, 1976): War and Peace in the Middle East: The Experiences and Views of a UN Observer, Leo Cooper Lt. ISBN 0-85052-226-9. At his leaving examination in 1925, he did worse than expected and decided to spend twelve months at a military academy. He enjoyed the experience so much that he eventually decided to take the two-year officer training course, graduating in 1928 as a first lieutenant in the 4th Infantry Division.
Norwegian General Odd Bull was a career officer in the Royal Norwegian Air Force who ultimately rose to the position of Chief of Air Staff.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780850522266. He is primarily known outside Norway for his role as Chief of Staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO) between 1963 and 1970.
Bartle Breese Bull or Bartle Bull III (born 1970) is an American businessman and writer. Bull is the son of Bartle Bull and Belinda Lawrence Breese.
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Bull ventures into historical fiction with his second book, although the subject matter is the same as his earlier . I recently have blown through a quartet of novels by a writer with the unlikely name of Bartle Bull (he's said to be a former publisher of the Village Voice)
Bull ventures into historical fiction with his second book, although the subject matter is the same as his earlier nonfiction work, Safari (Viking, 1988). In addition to providing an interesting look at the nature of life in Kenya at the end of World War I, Bull's novel is a steamy adventure filled with lust, villains, heroes, and antiheroes. I recently have blown through a quartet of novels by a writer with the unlikely name of Bartle Bull (he's said to be a former publisher of the Village Voice). The politically incorrect but somewhat historically accurate novels set mostly in Africa in the 1918-1943 timeline are quite a delight, assuming one goes for African Adventure and I do, boy howdy.
Bull has written from the Middle East for the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, Daily Telegraph, Foreign Policy, Die Welt and other publications.