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By CYRIL MAZANSKY
The earliest cigarette cards trace their origins to the Crimean War of 1853-56, when smoking rose to the heights of popularity. Originally, cards were plain stiffeners in the cigarette packs. With advances in printing and lithography, it did not take long for the tobacco companies to recognize the marketing potential of illustrated cards.
Tags: Andrew Roberts, Arthur Tedder, Boer War, Charles de Gaulle, Charles Gordon, Crimean War, Cyril Mazansky, David Lloyd George, Dwight Eisenhower, H.H. Kitchener, Jacky Fisher, John de Robeck, Josef Stalin, Munich Agreement, Potsdam Conference, Teheran Conference, Winston S. Churchill,
By ANTOINE CAPET
Following previous abstracts, Vale and Scadding now complete their survey of Churchill’s health through his death in 1965. The format of their earlier articles continues. They present the evidence (mainly from diaries and memoirs), offer a chronology based on the official biography, quote press reports, and extensively discuss causal factors. Since technical language is minimal, their articles are readable by non-physicians. The main text is accompanied by vignettes on the relevant people and places.
Tags: Bernard Baruch, Charles Rob, Charles Wilson Lord Moran, David Lloyd George, Dwight Eisenhower, Edwin Scrymgoeur, Harold C. Edwards, Harold Macmillan, Herbert Seddon, J. Allister Vale, James Paterson Ross, John W. Scadding, Roy Howells, Russell Brain, Sir Thomas Dunhill, Winston S. Churchill,
By WINSTON S. CHURCHILL
Much is heard today about the perils of nationalism vis a vis global organization. Churchill considered the debate in Holland seven decades ago.
Tags: Franklin Roosevelt, Grand Pensionary, Hugo Grotius, John Churchill, Netherlands States General, Pieter Sjoerds Gerbrandy, Queen Wilhemina, William Gladstone, William the Silent, Winston S. Churchill,
By RANDOLPH S. CHURCHILL
Remarks by Randolph S. Churchill, Winston Churchill's great-grandson, at a dinner hosted by Hillsdale College on 14 June 2019 in celebration of the completion of the Official Biography of Sir Winston Churchill. The biography was begun in 1962 by Churchill's son, Randolph, and continued by Martin Gilbert until 2012, when Larry P. Arnn of Hillsdale College was appointed editor.
Tags: Darkest Hour, Franklin Roosevelt, Hillsdale College, Isaiah Berlin, Jennie Jerome, Larry Arnn, Martin Gilbert, Official Biography, Randolph Churchill, Ronald Reagan, Wendell Willkie, Winston Churchill,
By ANTOINE CAPET
Medical historians find no evidence that Churchill suffered from major depression, but his health was subject to many ailments in his final decade.
Tags: Anthony Eden, Anthony M. Daniels, Anthony Storr, Antoine Capet, Charles Wilson, Clementine Churchill, David Roberts, Emery Reves, Harold Macmillan, Henry "Chips" Channon, J. Allister Vale, Jane Portal, John W. Scadding, Lord Brain, Lord Moran, Mary SOames, R.A. Butler, Winston S. Churchill,
By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
The Churchill Project is honored to be in the van of defenders of the truth, and Sir Winston’s good name. We welcome the growing number of allies.
Tags: "The Crown", 1921 Cairo Conference, Andrew Roberts, Bengal famine, Darkest Hour, Farhad Manjoo, Gary Oldman, Gertrude Bell, Government of India Act, John McDonnell, Lady Castlerosse, Richard M. Langworth, Scott Kelly, Tonypandy, Umberto Eco, Walter H. Thompson, Will Mainwaring, Winston S. Churchill, Zareer Masani,
By LARRY P. ARNN
Listen to and read Dr. Arnn's speech about Winston Churchill during a recent Hillsdale College National Leadership seminar on Principles and Policy.
Tags: Andrew Roberts, Clement Atlee, Congress, Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Harry Truman, House of Commons, John Calhoun, Larry Arnn, NATO, Stalin, Winston Churchill,
By JAMES W. MULLER
Dr. James Muller analyzes the early life of Winston Churchilll through the film "Young Winston" and Churchill's autobiography
Tags: Anne Bancroft, Harrow, John Farmer, Leo Amery, Lord Randolph Churchill, My Early Life, Richard Attenborough, Robert Shaw, Simon Ward, Winston Churchill, Young Winston,
By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
Richard Langworth looks at the importance of Shakespeare, especially "Henry V," on Churchill and his rhetoric during World War II.
Tags: A.P. Herbert, Alexander Korda, Hugh Dalton, King Henry V, Laurence Olivier, Lewis Lehrman, Merle Oberon, Richard M. Langworth, The Other Club, William Shakespeare, Winston S. Churchill,
By JOHN FLEET
"In a cinematic sense Churchill and Korda imparted an idea of Britain, and by extension the Western world. In gratitude, I hope their legacy will endure."
Tags: Alexander Korda, Alfred Duff Cooper, Battle of Trafalgar, Béla Kun, Charlie Chaplin, Eleftherios Venizelos, First Duke of Marlborough, Gone with the Wind, Horatio Nelson, John Churchill, John Fleet, Joseph P. Kennedy, King George V, King Henry VIII, King Philip II, Louis XIV, Miklós Horthy, Queen Elizabeth I, Thomas Cromwell, Vivien Leigh, Winston Churchill,
By ANDREW ROBERTS
Andrew Roberts lectures on "The Importance of Churchill for Today" at the Hillsdale National Leadership Seminar on Principles and Politics.
Tags: Andrew Roberts, Clementine Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, John McDonnell, Lord Halifax, Neville Chamberlain, Patrick Kinna, Ramsay MacDonald, Sadiq Khan, Sadq Khan, Scott Kelly, Stanley Baldwin, Winston Churchill, World War II,