Henry Kissinger dead at 100: Former Secretary of State died at his home in Connecticut

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Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has died at 100, based on Kissinger Associates Inc.


Henry Kissinger is dead at 100 (Image: Getty)

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger died at the age of 100 at his home in Connecticut on Wednesday, based on Kissinger Associates Inc.

He was a revered American scholar and statesman, serving in the 84th Army Division from 1943 to 1946 and in the US Army Reserves till 1959.

He served as Secretary of State beneath Presidents Nixon and Ford, the place he performed a key position in opening as much as China, negotiating the top of the Yom Kippur War in the Middle East, and ending America’s position in the Vietnam War.

Kissinger negotiated key arms management agreements with the Soviet Union.

He was usually consulted by American presidents from each political events and scores of overseas leaders, as he was seen as one of America’s biggest statesmen.


Henry Kissinger receives the ‘Maximilian Order of Science and the Arts’ in Germany (Image: AP)

Kissinger celebrated his one hundredth birthday in May and remained lively till the top.

Recently, he has turned his consideration to synthetic intelligence and its implications for society. He was a frequent visitor of the media and in White House conferences.

In June 2023, he even made a shock go to to Beijing to satisfy Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Kissinger is survived by his spouse of nearly 50 years, Nancy Maginnes Kissinger, two youngsters from his first marriage, David and Elizabeth, and his 5 grandchildren.


Soviet Foreign Minister Henry Kissinger, left, greets him on his arrival in Moscow on October 23, 1974 (Image: AP)

He will probably be buried at a personal household service.

At a later date, one other memorial service will probably be held in New York City.

In lieu of flowers, his household inspired donations to the Animal Medical Center of New York or the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs.


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