Antony Lentin is a Senior Member of Wolfson College, Cambridge, a barrister and formerly a Professor of History and law tutor at the Open University. His books include:
- Guilt at Versailles: Lloyd George and the Pre-History of Appeasement (1984, Methuen)
- Lloyd George and the Lost Peace (2001, Palgrave Macmillan)
- The Last Political Law Lord: Lord Sumner, 1859-1934 (2009, Cambridge Scholars Publishing)
- General Smuts (2010, Haus Publishing)
He has published widely on 18th-century Russia and edited The Odes of Horace for Wordsworth Classics (1997).
Prof Lentin is writing a life of the controversial judge Mr Justice (Sir Henry) McCardie (1869-1933). McCardie's bust is on the left of the picture, courtesy of the Middle Temple.