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Battle of Gettysburg
By PAUL K. ALKON and THE CHURCHILL PROJECT
Churchill’s political imagination allowed him to portray the implausibility of reality: a crucially different turn of history at Gettysburg.
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By WARREN F. KIMBALL
In wartime, Eisenhower related to Churchill as junior to senior. As President, the relationship vastly changed, but ties of sentiment were still there.
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