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An Austro-German as an Englishman. A Life, Times, and Commentaries -bookcover

By: Imre von Maltzahn

An Austro-German as an Englishman. A Life, Times, and Commentaries

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Through three distinct stages of his life the author narrates his compelling story through the complex and fascinating prism of an Austro-German heritage and psyche, transposed onto an English environment and upbringing. This Autobiography charts a life from 1938 till 2014 and takes stock, with forensic and contemplative detail, of 20th- and 21st-century politics and their wider implications seen today. Now in his seventies von Maltzahn looks back. The book is a living testimony to a life that has witnessed the world, its global political structure and his own immediate environment, change immeasurably. These pages serve as a personal reconciliation and a means by which to understand this ever changing world and his place within it.

Imre von Maltzahn was born in 1938 in Menton, France. Educated at Gordonstoun in Scotland. National Service in Sierra Leone, West Africa. Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford. 1966 founded Maltzahn Gallery Ltd in London. Married 1976 when he moved to his wife's estate in Oxfordshire where he looks after the woods. A conservationist at heart, he has written pamphlets on forestry matters and Government involvement. Oxfordshire County Councillor, 1977-1985.

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  • Barry T Gamble

    An original approach from an original author which weaves personal challenges and not inconsiderable achievements with a wider national and international narrative. A refreshing and entertaining book offering a real insight into the European dimension from the perspective of an Austrian birth to a British gentleman.It reconciles the dilemma of our time by concluding it is possible to be a confirmed European but not want to be part of the EU project. Made more pertinent still by the horrors, perpetrated by Russia, which we are seeing in present day Europe.

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