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  • Catastrophe: Europe Goes to War 1914 | Max Hastings

    Catastrophe: Europe Goes to War 1914

    • UNABRIDGED (28 hrs and 58 mins)
    • By Max Hastings
    • Narrated By Max Hastings, Nigel Harrington
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    The Amazon History Book of the Year 2013 is a magisterial chronicle of the calamity that befell Europe in 1914 as the continent shifted from the glamour of the Edwardian era to the tragedy of total war. Nineteen fourteen was a year of unparalleled change. The year that diplomacy failed, imperial Europe was thrown into its first modernised warfare and white-gloved soldiers rode in their masses across pastoral landscapes into the blaze of machine guns. What followed were the costliest days of the entire war.

  • Did You Really Shoot the Television?: A Family Fable | Max Hastings

    Did You Really Shoot the Television?: A Family Fable

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    • By Max Hastings
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    The author is the son of broadcaster and adventurer Macdonald Hastings, and journalist and gardening writer Anne Scott-James. Max’s father roamed the world for newspapers and as a presenter for BBC TV’s legendary 'Tonight' programme, while his mother edited 'Harper’s Bazaar', became a famous columnist and wrote bestselling gardening books. One of Max’s grandfathers was a literary editor, while the other wrote plays and essays.

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