Auberon Alexander Waugh (/ˈɔːbərən ˈwɔː/; 17 November 1939 – 16 January 2001) was an English journalist, and eldest son of Evelyn Waugh. He was widely known by his nickname Bron. After a traditional classical education at Downside School, he was commissioned in the army during National Service, where he was badly injured in a shooting accident. He went on to study for a year at Oxford. He and his wife Lady Teresa had four children, and they lived at their manor house in Combe Florey in Somerset.

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  • Auberon Alexander Waugh (/ˈɔːbərən ˈwɔː/; 17 November 1939 – 16 January 2001) was an English journalist, and eldest son of Evelyn Waugh. He was widely known by his nickname Bron. After a traditional classical education at Downside School, he was commissioned in the army during National Service, where he was badly injured in a shooting accident. He went on to study for a year at Oxford. At twenty, he launched his Fleet Street career at the Telegraph Group, though he also wrote for many other media, including Private Eye, presenting a profile that was half Tory grandee and half cheeky rebel. As a young man, Waugh wrote five novels that were quite well received, but gave up fiction, for fear of unfavourable comparisons with his father. He and his wife Lady Teresa had four children, and they lived at their manor house in Combe Florey in Somerset. (en)
  • Auberon Alexander Waugh (17 novembre 1939 – 16 janvier 2001) était un journaliste et polémiste britannique. Fils aîné de l'écrivain Evelyn Waugh, il est connu pour ses essais satiriques, et pour ses opinions conservatrices en matière de politique et de religion. Affectant volontiers un snobisme provocateur, il s'éleva avec énergie contre l'américanisation du Royaume-Uni en dénonçant notamment les dangers du hamburger. Francophile, il acheta une maison dans le sud de la France. Son autobiographie, publiée en français sous le titre Mémoires d'un gentleman excentrique, évoque longuement la famille Waugh. (fr)
  • Auberon Alexander „Bron“ Waugh (* 17. November 1939 in Pixton House, Dulverton, England; † 16. Januar 2001 in Combe Florey bei Taunton, England) war ein englischer Schriftsteller und Journalist. Der Sohn von Evelyn Waugh machte sich vor allem als bissiger Kolumnist einen Namen. (de)
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  • Auberon Alexander Waugh (17 novembre 1939 – 16 janvier 2001) était un journaliste et polémiste britannique. Fils aîné de l'écrivain Evelyn Waugh, il est connu pour ses essais satiriques, et pour ses opinions conservatrices en matière de politique et de religion. Affectant volontiers un snobisme provocateur, il s'éleva avec énergie contre l'américanisation du Royaume-Uni en dénonçant notamment les dangers du hamburger. Francophile, il acheta une maison dans le sud de la France. Son autobiographie, publiée en français sous le titre Mémoires d'un gentleman excentrique, évoque longuement la famille Waugh. (fr)
  • Auberon Alexander „Bron“ Waugh (* 17. November 1939 in Pixton House, Dulverton, England; † 16. Januar 2001 in Combe Florey bei Taunton, England) war ein englischer Schriftsteller und Journalist. Der Sohn von Evelyn Waugh machte sich vor allem als bissiger Kolumnist einen Namen. (de)
  • Auberon Alexander Waugh (/ˈɔːbərən ˈwɔː/; 17 November 1939 – 16 January 2001) was an English journalist, and eldest son of Evelyn Waugh. He was widely known by his nickname Bron. After a traditional classical education at Downside School, he was commissioned in the army during National Service, where he was badly injured in a shooting accident. He went on to study for a year at Oxford. He and his wife Lady Teresa had four children, and they lived at their manor house in Combe Florey in Somerset. (en)
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