Victor Sebestyen was born in Budapest. He has worked on many newspapers in the U.K., including the Times, the Daily Mail, and the London Evening Standard. He has also written for American publications, including the New York Times. He is currently an associate editor at Newsweek.
In 1946, Victor Sebestyen creates a taut, panoramic narrative and takes us to meetings that changed the world: to Berlin in July 1945, when Truman tells Stalin that we have successfully tested the bomb; to Ye'nan, China, in January 1946, when General Geor...[SEE MORE]