Christopher J. R. Tolkien was born
in Leeds, United Kingdom, on 21 November 1924.
After a childhood in Oxford,
he joined the RAF during the Second World War
and was stationed to South Africa.
After the war, he finished his studies
and became a lecturer in Old and Middle English
as well as Old Icelandic at the University of Oxford.
After his father’s death in 1973,
he became the literary executor of the Tolkien Estate
and went on to edit and publish
his father’s unpublished material
starting with The Silmarillion in 1977
and ending with The Fall of Gondolin in 2018.
Died in Draguignan, Var, France, on 16 January 2020.
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