Sir John Huxtable Elliott, FBA (born 23 June 1930), who normally publishes as J. H. Elliott, is an eminent historian, Regius Professor Emeritus in the University of Oxford and Honorary Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford and Trinity College, Cambridge.
(born London, 15 November 1916; died London, 13 April 1994) was an MI6 Intelligence Officer; Honorary Attache, The Hague ; Acting Lieutenant, Intelligence Corps ; Head of Station, Secret Intelligence Service, Berne , Vienna , London , Beirut , a director ; executive director, Lonrho Obituary by Stephen Hastings in The Independent, 19 April He was awarded the US Legion of Merit for his services to the office of strategic services. D. H. Macindoe, Elliott, Sir Claude Aurelius (1888–1973), rev., Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, (2004)
[The Guardian] - John Elliott of Oxford University's Department of Earth Sciences said: "This verdict is a sad end to a tragic series of events in L'Aquila. Earthquakes cannot be predicted, and these scientists should not even have been on trial accused of providing
[The Independent] - The case has drawn wide condemnation from leading scientists around the world. Dr John Elliott of Oxford University's Department of Earth Sciences said today: “This verdict is a sad end to a tragic series of events in L'Aquila. Earthquakes cannot be
From G. K. Rose, The Story of the 2/4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. “I recall especially the work of some who have not returned; Davenport, Scott, Stockton, Zeder, and Tiddy among the officers, and among ...