Timothy D. Saxon is a professor of European history, specializing in the the modern period. Dr. Timothy Saxon came to Liberty University in 2003. He earned his B.A. from Averett College, his MDiv from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and the MA and PhD in Modern European history from the University of Virginia. An ordained Baptist minister, Dr. Saxon pastored four Virginia Baptist churches before coming to Liberty. He taught at Paul D. Camp, and Blue Ridge community colleges, the University of Virginia, and Charleston Southern University. A specialist in Modern European history, Dr. Saxon has taught courses on Western Civilization, Nineteenth/Twentieth Century Europe, European Intellectual History,the Second World War and Holocaust. His publications have appeared in the Naval War College Review, Defence Studies, the journal of the British Joint Services Command and Staff College. He is currently working on a book on the German conquest and economic exploitation of Italy during the Second World War. When not teaching or writing, Dr. Saxon is often seen in the company of his wife, Gayle, eating and talking with students in the Liberty University cafeteria. His son is a student at Liberty University.
Kehl: The German Use of Guided Weapons against Naval Targets 1943-44, Defence Studies (2003)
Anglo-Japanese Naval Cooperation, 1914-1918, Naval War College Review (2000)
Focuses on the cooperation between British and Japanese naval forces in World War I (WWI)...
The German Side of the Hill: Nazi Conquest and Exploitation of Italy, 1943-1945, Faculty Dissertations (1999)
The view that German and Allied forces fought a senseless campaign for Italy during the...
Contributions to Books
Hidden Treasure: The Italian war economy's contribution to the German war effort (1943-1945), Acts-Acta XXXth International Congress of Military History (2004)
Gerhard Schreiber has described the German conquest, occupation. and exploitation of Italy in 1943 as...