Upcoming Events

16th March 2018

Max will be talking about his new book Vietnam: An Epic Tragedy 1945-1975 at the following venues:
10th October – 7.00pm Sherborne History Festival
11th October – 11.00am Cheltenham Literary Festival
15th October – The Smithsonian, Washington DC
17th October – Omar Bradley Memorial Lecture, US Army Heritage Centre, Carlisle, Pennsylvania (evening)
18th October – 8.00pm 92nd Street Talks, 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York
24th October – 6.00pm Pritzker Library, Chicago
26th October – 6.30pm Wells Festival
27th October – 11.00am Wantage Festival
29th October – 7.00pm Times+ Event, Islington Assembly Hall, London
30th October – 7.00pm Jewish Book Week, King’s Place, London
4th November – 3.00pm Petworth Literary Festival
14th November – 7.00pm University of East Anglia International Festival
15th November – 7.30pm Village Books, Dulwich at Alleyn’s School
23rd November – Horris Hill Theatre lecture, Long Gallery, Englefield (evening)
25th November – 11.30am Cambridge Winter Festival
25th November – 3.00pm Topping & Co, Ely
27th November – 8.00pm Topping & Co, Bath
10th December – 6.30pm Waterstones, Durham
23rd January – 7.30pm Hungerford Historical Association, Corn Exchange, Hungerford

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Rave Reviews for Vietnam

'Magnificent and moving ... Although Hastings deals with the high politics brilliantly, it is his account of the war on the ground that lifts this book above its competitors Read More

The Vietnam War: Deserters and dissidents

In his new book, Max Hastings recalls the brutal warfare he witnessed during the Vietnam War. In this extract, he recounts the resistance to it in America. Read More

The Vietnam War: Filthy, hungry, riddled with bug bites

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