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Max Beloff

Born: 2-Jul-1913
Birthplace: London, England
Died: 22-Mar-1999
Location of death: London, England
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Religion: Jewish
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Historian

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Founder, University of Buckingham

Military service: Royal Corps of Signals (1940-41)

Father: Simon Beloff
Mother: Marie
Sister: Anne (m. Ernst Boris Chain)
Brother: John Beloff (psychologist)
Sister: Renee Soskin (politician)

    High School: St. Paul's School London
    University: BA Modern History, Corpus Christi College, Oxford University
    Lecturer: Manchester University (1939-46)
    Fellow: Nuffield College, Oxford University (1947-57)
    Professor: Government and Public Administration, Oxford University (1957-74)

    Knighthood 1980
    Life Peerage 26-May-1981 as Baron Beloff, of Wolvercote

Author of books:
Public Order and Popular Disturbances, 1660-1714 (1938, history)
The Foreign Policy of Soviet Russia (1947-49, international affairs)
Thomas Jefferson and American Democracy (1948, biography)
Soviet Policy in the Far East, 1944-1951 (1953, international affairs)
The Age of Absolutism, 1660-1815 (1954, history)
Europe and the Europeans: An International Discussion (1957, international affairs)
The Great Powers: Essays in Twentieth Century Politics (1959, international affairs)
The American Federal Government (1959, politics)
New Dimensions in Foreign Policy (1961, international affairs)
The United States and the Unity of Europe (1963, international affairs)
The Balance of Power (1968, international affairs)
The Future of British Foreign Policy (1969, international affairs)
Imperial Sunset (1969-89, history)
The Intellectual in Politics and Other Essays (1970, essays)
The Government of the United Kingdom: Political Authority in a Changing Society (1980, politics)
An Historian in the Twentieth Century: Chapters in Intellectual Autobiography (1992, memoir)
Britain and European Union: Dialogue of the Deaf (1996, international affairs)



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