Who is Max Hastings married to?
Penny Levinsonm. 1999
Patricia Edmondsonm. 1972–1994
Why did Max Hastings leave Oxford?
‘ I dropped out of Oxford University when offered a job on the London Evening Standard, and thereafter spent most of my twenties as a foreign correspondent, reporting a lot of wars, including Yom Kippur, Vietnam, the Falklands, Angola, and Cyprus, and living for almost two years, 1967-68, in the United States.
Who did Max Hastings blame ww1?
For him, Germany caused the war, which means that Russia, France and Britain fought because Germany’s actions left them with little alternative. That is a fair and balanced view of how the three Entente powers read the events of July 1914.
Where does Max Hastings live?
Hastings lives near Hungerford, Berkshire with his second wife, Penelope (née Levinson), whom he married in 1999.
Was Max Hastings in the military?
Hastings was the first journalist to enter the liberated Port Stanley during the 1982 Falklands War. After ten years as editor and then editor-in-chief of The Daily Telegraph, he returned to the Evening Standard as editor in 1996 until his retirement in 2002. He received a knighthood in 2002.
Did Max Hastings serve in the military?
It is much less scary being accredited to an army, as I was in Vietnam and the Falklands, than roaming the countryside covering a guerilla conflict, which gets a lot of journalists killed. I have always been most frightened when I’ve been at the mercy of an African teenager with a Kalashnikov.
How old is Max Hastings?
76 years (December 28, 1945)
What is Max Hastings next book?
The Battle for the Falklands This title will be released on March 31, 2022.
How old was Archduke Ferdinand when he died?
50 years (1863–1914)
Archduke Franz Ferdinand/Age at death