[6], In February 1918, Beaverbrook became the first Minister of Information in the newly formed Ministry of Information, was also made Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and was sworn of the Privy Council. William Maxwell "Max" Aitken , nado o 25 de maio de 1879 e finado o 9 de xuño de 1964 , foi o primeiro barón de Beaverbrook, amais dun político e home de negocios canadense - británico . Their son Max Aitken Jr. became a fighter pilot with 601 Squadron, rising to Wing Commander with 16 victories in World War II. William Maxwell \"Max\" Aitken, PC (25 mai 1879 9 juin 1964), 1er baron Beaverbrook, était un homme politique et homme d'affaires canadien - britannique. William Montagu (9 February 1936 – 6 November 2002); he married Edna Ahlers in 1969. She remarried Martin K. Levi in 1992. In February 1942, Beaverbrook became Minister of War Production and again clashed with Bevin, this time over shipbuilding. She remarried Jonathan Dickson in 1977. Much impressed by Stalin and the sacrifice of the Soviet people, he returned to London determined to persuade Churchill to launch a second front in Europe to help draw German resources away from the Eastern Front to aid the Soviets. He was married to Violet De Trafford, Ursula Kenyon-Slaney and Cynthia Monteith. Canada was booming economically at the time, and Aitken had close to a monopoly on the material. In return, Aitken received a peerage on 23 January 1917 as the 1st Baron Beaverbrook,[17] the name "Beaverbrook" being adopted from a small community near his boyhood home. [24][25], In the late 1930s, Beaverbrook used his newspapers to promote the appeasement policies of the Chamberlain government. [14], Aitken continued to grow his business interests while in Parliament, and also began to build a British newspaper empire. "[22] Powerful friends and acquaintances such as Asquith, Lloyd George, Churchill, Frederick Edwin Smith, Philip Sassoon, Diana and Duff Cooper, Balfour and Tim Healy were guests at both Cherkley and the Vineyard. (85 évesen) Egyesült Királyság Állampolgársága [10] Aitken sold his shares, making a large amount of money. Aitken’s early financial success with the Royal Securities Corporation, which he joined in Halifax in 1903, came fr… In August 1918, Lloyd George became furious with Beaverbrook over a leader in the Daily Express threatening to withdraw support from the government over tariff reform. Max Verstappen heeft de Grand Prix van Abu Dhabi op dominante wijze gewonnen. The Sir Max Aitken Museum Trust is a Registered Charity that relies heavily on donations and the money raised from visitors. He began supporting independent Conservative candidates and campaigned for fifteen years to remove Stanley Baldwin from the leadership of the Conservative Party. The following students at Bristow, King Philip, and Sedgwick middle schools have received maximum and general honors for the first marking period of the 2020-2021 school year. Aitken ble adlet i 1917. Aitken was an excellent organiser and, with plenty of money for publicity, he won the seat by 196 votes.[6][13]. Peter Michael Aitken (b. An attempt to buy the Evening Standard failed, but he did gain control of another London evening paper, The Globe. 46 Squadron RAF in Beaufighters. Max Aitken, Lord Beaverbrook : biography 25 May 1879 – 9 June 1964 In addition to his ministerial role, Beaverbrook also accompanied Churchill to several wartime meetings with President Roosevelt. William Maxwell Aitken (Max Aitken, 1st Baron Beaverbrook) Született: 1879. május 25. Consolidation was rampant. On a wider canvas, it displays the behaviour of political leaders in wartime. [6] Lloyd George offered to appoint Aitken as President of the Board of Trade. It was here, at the age of 13, that he set up a school newspaper, The Leader. Hon. 1943); she married Graham Morison Vere Nicoll in 1972. Beaverbrook acquired a controlling stake in the Glasgow Evening Citizen, and in 1928 he launched the Scottish Daily Express.[6]. Churchill and others later praised his ministerial contributions. [12], Beaverbrook, the first baron of Fleet Street, was often denounced as excessively powerful because his newspapers supposedly could make or break almost anyone. Their son Max Aitken Jr. became a fighter pilot with 601 Squadron, rising to Wing Commander with 16 victories in World War II. He opposed both Britain's acceptance of post-war loans from America and Britain's application to join the European Economic Community in 1961. Select this result to view Max Clair Aiken's phone number, address, and more. After the death of Charles Rolls in 1910, Aitken bought his shares in Rolls-Royce Limited, and over the next two years gradually increased his holding in the company. Aitken became wing leader of the Banff Strike Wing (RAF Coastal Command) in 1944. Max Aitken is on Facebook. Aitken was born in Maple, Ontario, Canada, in 1879, the son of a Scottish-born Presbyterian minister. [4] He was promoted to flying officer on 14 April 1937. In 1910–1911 Aitken acquired a number of small regional cement plants in Canada, including Sir Sandford Fleming's Western Canada Cement Co. plant at Exshaw, Alberta, and amalgamated them into Canada Cement, eventually controlling four-fifths of the cement production in Canada. He died on May 1, 1985 in New Brunswick, Canada. An Independent Conservative who supported Empire Free Trade won the Twickenham by-election in 1929. Max has 1 job listed on their profile. Aitken left Norton for a Jewish ballet dancer named Lily Ernst whom he had rescued from pre-war Austria. 30 October 1948); she married Nicholas Saxton on 25 April 1969 and they were divorced in 1974. This war is a war of machines. Author Profession: Businessman. Bertrand Russell? Information has been provided by the West Hartford Public Schools. 22 March 1912 - 3 August 1947); he married Janet Macneil on 25 January 1934 and they were divorced in 1939. [37] However, when the combined edition of Politicians and the War came out, the reviews were more positive. [36] Upon their original publication, the books were largely ignored by professional historians and the only favourable reviews were in Beaverbrook's own newspapers. Beaverbrook supported the Munich Agreement and hoped the newly named Duke of Windsor would seek a peace deal with Germany. Serving in the Middle East during the middle war years as wing commander,[3] although he was officially non-operational, he managed to shoot down two Junkers Ju 52 aircraft while flying with No. Sir Max Aitken and Lady Beaverbrook are the focus of Press photographers at the funeral of Lord Beaverbrook, who published the Sunday Express. Aitken also established the Canadian War Memorials Fund, which evolved into a collection of art works by the premier artists and sculptors in Britain and Canada. They have two daughters. He was innovative in the employment of artists, photographers, and film makers to record life on the Western Front. Aitken persuaded Bonar Law to support him in standing for the Unionist Party in the December 1910 general election at Ashton-under-Lyne. #028581 # NJ Home Improvement Reg. Nevertheless, he was widely disliked and distrusted by the political elite, who were suspicious of all they sneeringly called "press lords. Due to the outbreak of the First World War, Aitken was able to show off his great organisational skills. "[12] In the 1930s, while personally attempting to dissuade King Edward VIII from continuing his affair with American divorcee, Wallis Simpson, Beaverbrook's newspapers published every titbit of the affair, especially allegations about pro-Nazi sympathies. The slogan 'There will be no war' was used by the Daily Express. Balfour as leader of the Unionist party late in 1911. At that time, an MP taking a cabinet post for the first time had to resign and stand for re-election in a by-election. Discover Affordable Paintings, Photography, Sculpture and Limited Edition Art Prints. Beaverbrook devoted himself to Churchill's 1945 general election campaign, but a Daily Express headline warning that a Labour victory would amount to the 'Gestapo in Britain' (adapted from a passage in a radio election speech by Churchill on 4 June)[32] was a huge mistake and completely misjudged the public mood. [38][39], Later Taylor said: "The enduring merits of the book are really beyond cavil. [40] Sir John Elliot in 1981 said the work "will remain, despite all carping, the authoritative narrative; nor does the story want in the telling thereof". Join Facebook to connect with Max Aitken and others you may know. Beaverbrook launched the Sunday Express in December 1918, but it only established a significant readership after John Junor became its editor in 1954. Sir John William Maxwell Aitken, 2nd Baronet, DSO, DFC (15 February 1910 – 30 April 1985[1]), briefly 2nd Baron Beaverbrook in 1964, was a Canadian-British fighter pilot and flying ace of the Second World War, a Conservative politician, and press baron. Aitken made arrangements for this, but then Lloyd George decided to appoint Albert Stanley instead. [6] In Britain he established the then-married Jean Norton as his mistress at Cherkley. Max Aitken vuonna 1928. [56], "Lord Beaverbrook" redirects here. A slower Mercedes team left a gap … William Maxwell „Max” Aitken, Baron Beaverbrook, PC, ONB, (25 mai 1879 – 9 iunie 1964) a fost un om de afaceri, politician, ziarist și scriitor canadiano-englez, o figură influentă în societatea britanică din prima jumătate a secolului al XX-lea.. Tânărul Max Aitken a avut talentul de a face bani și a ajuns milionar la vârsta de 30 de ani. Sir Max Aitken Museum The Prospect 83 High Street Cowes Isle of Wight PO31 7AJ T. 01983 293800 Still, a Time Magazine cover story declared, "Even if Britain goes down this fall, it will not be Lord Beaverbrook's fault. [3] Leaving the squadron on 20 July 1940, he then served as commanding officer of No. His visits to the Western Front, with the honorary rank of colonel in the Canadian Army, resulted in his 1916 book Canada in Flanders, a three-volume collection that chronicled the achievements of Canadian soldiers on the battlefields. Under the tutelage of Stairs, who would be his mentor and friend, Aitken engineered a number of successful business deals and was planning a series of bank mergers. They have one daughter and three grandsons. [2] He resigned due to ill-health in 1941 but later in the war was appointed Lord Privy Seal. "[citation needed], Beaverbrook was of an imperialist mindset, with the quote, "There are countries so underdeveloped today that the gift of independence is like the gift of a razor to a child" attributed to him in a panel discussion on Canadian TV.[45]. Beaverbrook remained a widower for many years until 1963 when he married Marcia Anastasia Christoforides (1910–1994), the widow of his friend Sir James Dunn. They have two sons and two granddaughters. He turned the dull newspaper into a glittering and witty journal with an optimistic attitude, filled with an array of dramatic photo layouts. In 1904, when Stairs launched the Royal Securities Corporation, Aitken became a minority shareholder and the firm's general manager. He was the son of Max Aitken, 1st Baron Beaverbrook. 13 December 2005). In addition to his ministerial roles, Beaverbrook headed the Anglo-American Combined Raw Materials Board from 1942 to 1945 and accompanied Churchill to several wartime meetings with President Roosevelt. Max Aitken Jr. became a fighter pilot with 601 Squadron, rising to Wing Commander with 16 victories. Laura Aitken (b. Unfavourable boundary changes meant that the Labour Party took the successor seat in 1950 comfortably and Aitken did not stand at that or subsequent elections. In February 1931, Empire Free Trade lost the Islington East by-election and by splitting the vote with the Conservatives allowed Labour to hold a seat they had been expected to lose. [8] In 1909, also under the umbrella of his Royal Securities Company, Aitken founded the Calgary Power Company Limited, now the TransAlta Corporation, and oversaw the building of the Horseshoe Falls hydro station.[9]. He reached the rank of group captain, achieving 16 1/2 kills (one a shared aircraft). The narrative is carried along by rare zest and wit, yet with the detached impartialty of the true scholar". [27] His appeal for pots and pans "to make Spitfires" was afterwards revealed by his son Sir Max Aitken to have been nothing more than a propaganda exercise. They have three children: Jane Kidd (b. He was able to relate to Roosevelt in a different way to Churchill and became close to Roosevelt during these visits. Beaverbrook's controlling stake in the Daily Express became public knowledge later in 1917, and he was criticised by parts of the Conservative Party for financing a publication they regarded as irresponsible and often unhelpful to the party. He also served as Chancellor of the University of New Brunswick. This made Beaverbrook the first senior British politician to meet Soviet leader Joseph Stalin since Adolf Hitler's invasion of the Soviet Union. They have three children and three grandchildren: Hon. [3] He served as Chancellor of the University of New Brunswick and developed a reputation as a historian with his books on political and military history. I provided facilities by means of private telephone lines without any direct contact with the Telephone Exchanges. Join Facebook to connect with Max Aitken and others you may know. Joan Rees-Williams in 1981 and they were divorced in 1985. Together with John Coote they formulated the rules that saw the birth of the Cowes Torquay Offshore Powerboat Race, with the aim of improving the breed of sea-going fast cruisers and safety at sea. During the First World War he ran the Canadian Records office in London, and played a role in the removal of H. H. Asquith as prime minister in 1916. [7] He started a weekly magazine, the Canadian Century in 1910, invested in the Montreal Herald and almost acquired the Montreal Gazette. [11] Very shortly later Aitken moved his family to the UK. If she holds out, it will be his triumph. 6 May 2016). In 1946, he entered the family newspaper business, as a director of the Express Group, and would become Chairman of Beaverbrook Newspapers Ltd. At the 1945 general election, Aitken was elected Member of Parliament for Holborn with a majority of 925. Sir Max Aitken, 2nd Baronet Janet Aitken Peter Rudyard Aitken: Rodiče: William Cuthbert Aitken a Jane Noble: Příbuzní: Kirsty Jane Aitken, Lynda Mary Kathleen Aitken, Maxwell Aitken a Laura Aitken (vnoučata) Funkce: Člen 30. parlamentu Spojeného království (1910–1916) Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (únor 1918 – listopad 1918) After the Second World War, the Daily Express became the largest-selling newspaper in the world, with a circulation of 3,706,000. He used it to pursue personal campaigns, most notably for tariff reform and for the British Empire to become a free trade bloc. 18 November 1953); she married David Mallet in 1984. Beaverbrook spent his later life running his newspapers, which by then included the Evening Standard and the Sunday Express. Nationality: Canadian. [26], During the Second World War, in May 1940, his friend Winston Churchill, the British Prime Minister, appointed Beaverbrook as Minister of Aircraft Production. This page was last edited on 19 December 2020, at 05:38. Aitken ga ut sin første avis 13 år gammel. Aitken was happy to play a small part, which he greatly exaggerated, as a go-between when Asquith was forced from office and replaced by David Lloyd George in December 1916. View the profiles of people named Max Aitken. An attempt by Bonar Law to secure the KCMG for Aitken was also blocked by Asquith. They have two sons and four grandsons. 26 June 1958), Jonathan Piers Massey Baker (b. The Empire Free Trade candidate won the South Paddington by-election in October 1930. Max Aitken, 1928. He was able to relate to Roosevelt in a different way to Churchill and became close to Roosevelt during these visits. View Max Aitken’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Aitken became increasingly hostile towards Prime Minister Herbert Asquith, whom he considered to be mismanaging the war effort. [5], On 15 May 1940, Aitken was promoted to flight lieutenant in the Auxiliary Air Force. There he bought and sold companies, invested in stocks and shares and also developed business interests in both Cuba and Puerto Rico. Buy Original Art Direct from Independent Artists and Galleries. The combined circulation of all their newspapers amounted to over thirteen million. Beaverbrook and his wife Lady Beaverbrook left a considerable legacy to both New Brunswick and the United Kingdom. #0720411 | New Home Warranty Reg. Max Aitken. [6] A tooth had become infected with actinomycosis and the often fatal disease progressed into his throat; his English doctors were unable to discover a cure, and it was a Portuguese medic who cured him by administering iodine solution orally until the fungus was arrested. In the face of Bevin's refusal to work with him, Beaverbrook resigned after only twelve days in the post. He would provide additional buildings for the university, scholarship funds, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, the Beaverbrook Skating Rink, the Lord Beaverbrook Hotel, with profits donated to charity, the Playhouse, Louise Manny's early folklore work, and numerous other projects. Max Aitken Quotes: I suppose I will go on selling newspapers until at last will come the late night final. Aitken attempted to train as a lawyer and worked for a short time in the law office of R. B. Bennett, a future prime minister of Canada. [12] Their son Max Aitken Jr. became a fighter pilot with 601 Squadron, rising to Wing Commander with 16 victories in World War II. He very shrewdly sold the majority of his share holdings before the 1929 crash and in the resulting depression launched a new political party to promote free trade within the British Empire. William Maxwell Aitken (1879-1964) was born in Maple, Ontario, the son of a Scottish-born Presbyterian minister. From 1919 to 1922 he attacked David Lloyd George and his government on several issues. Aitken managed Bennett's successful campaign for a place on Chatham town council. 3 February 2004), Myrtle Rose Beatrice Morley (b. Although Aitken wrote the entrance examinations for Dalhousie University and registered at the Saint John Law School, he did not attend either institutio… From pole position to the checkered flag, the 2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was Max Verstappen’s weekend. William Maxwell ( Max ) Aitken, Beaverbrookin ensimmäinen paroni (tunnettu yleisesti nimellä lordi Beaverbrook ; 25. toukokuuta 1879 Maple, Ontario , Kanada – 9. kesäkuuta 1964 Leatherhead , Surrey , Yhdistynyt kuningaskunta ) [1] oli kanadalaissyntyinen brittiläinen lehdenkustantaja ja konservatiivinen poliitikko. William Maxwell «Max» Aitken, 1. baron Beaverbrook, (født 25. mai 1879 i Ontario i Canada, død 9. juni 1964) var en canadisk-britisk forretningsmann og politiker. In 1900, Aitken made his way to Halifax, Nova Scotia, where John F. Stairs, a member of the city's dominant business family, gave him employment and trained him in the business of finance. For his part Roosevelt seems to have enjoyed the distraction. 1984). Foot said they included Sir Thomas Beecham, Paul Robeson, Haile Selassie and Noël Coward. 20 February 1977). [18] The name "Beaverbrook" also had the advantage of conveying a distinctive Canadian ring to the title. 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