David Willcox

Historian and Researcher


David Willcox is a historian who has worked as a researcher in the fields of academia, politics, law, and business.

He is currently a freelance researcher and historical consultant, with active interests in 20th century British history and politics, nuclear, chemical, and biological weaponry, and the roles of propaganda and the media in conflict. His publications include Propaganda, the Press, and Conflict: The Gulf War and Kosovo (London: Routledge, 2005).

Featured Work

"Small Boy" Nuclear Test, July 14, 1962, Nevada Test Site. <a href="http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Small_Boy_nuclear_test_1962.jpg" target=_blank">U.S. Government Photo</a>.

APR 8, 2009 Article

Fallout, Denials, and Trials: Recognizing the Health Legacy of Nuclear Test Veterans

David Willcox writes on a U.K. court case brought by participants in the U.K.'s nuclear testing program which raises a moral dilemma ...