Nonresident Fellow

Dr. David Morgan-Owen is a historian of modern warfare. His research examines British strategy making and strategic thought in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. David gained his PhD from the University of Exeter in 2013, before joining King’s College London the following year. He is currently a senior lecturer at King’s, where he works with the UK military and international partners at the Joint Services Command and Staff College. David has written widely on the history of British strategy in the era of the First World War, and his first book, The Fear of Invasion: Strategy, Politics, and British War Planning, 1880–1914, won the Templer Medal for best first book from the Society for Army Historical Research in 2017.