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By RAYMOND A. CALLAHAN
Churchill believed any obstacle could be surmounted, while Wavell prepared for the worst. Both traits had served Britain well.
Tags: Alan Moorehead, Arakan Campaign, Arcadia Conference, Archibald Wavell, Bengal famine, Bernard Montgomery, Bill Slim, Claude Auchinleck, George Marshall, Harold Alexander, Irwin Rommel, James Wolfe, Lord Kitchener, Lord Linlithgow, Middle East, Operation Battleaxe, Orde Wingate, Raymond A. Callahan, Viceroy of India, Winston S. Churchill,
By ANDREW ROBERTS and ZEWDITU GEBREYOHANES
A forensic examination and point-by-point of a Cambridge University panel on Churchill, race, the British Empire and the Second World War.
Tags: Abhijit Sarkar, Amritsar, Andrew Roberts, Archibald Wavell, Arthur Herman, as Amartya Sen, Bengal famine, British Empire, Christopher Columbus, Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College Cambridge, Clement Attlee, Ernest Bevin, Eugenics, Holocaust, Jallianwala Bagh, John Maynard Keynes, Lend Lease, Leo Crowley, Lord Linlithgow, Lord Mountbatten, Max Beaverbrook, Operation Barbarossa, Oxford Union, Reverse Lend-Lease, Richard M. Langworth, Sati, Thuggee, Tirthankar Roy, Zareer Masani, Zewditu Gebreyohanes,
By ABHIJIT SARKAR
Communalization and politicization of food during the Bengal famine widened the chasm in Bengali society along the lines of religion.
Tags: Adhijit Sarkar, Bengal famine, India, Mahasabha, Muslim League, Pakistan, Winston S. Churchill,
By ZAREER MASANI
Famine and Relief: Far from seeking to starve India, Churchill sought every possible way to alleviate the suffering without undermining the war effort.
Tags: Amartya Sen, Archibald Wavell, Bengal famine, India, Indian Congress, Leopold Amery, Madhusree Mukerjee, Mahasabha, Mohandas Gandhi, Muslim League, Pakistan, Quit India Movement, Ramaswamy Mudaliar, Stafford Cripps, Subhas Chandra Bose, Tirthankar Roy, Victor Hope Lord Linlithgow, Winston S. Churchill, Zareer Masani,
By ANDREW ROBERTS
Ahistorical attacks like that of the BBC and National Trust strip away a heroic past. When a nation loses its heroes, something in it dies.
Tags: Andrew Roberts, Battle of Omdurman, BBC, Bengal famine, British Broadcasting Corporation, British National Trust, Chartwell, Jawaharlal Nehru, John Reith, Mohandas Gandhi, Rudyard Kipling, Sudan, Winston S. Churchill,
By DAVID FORMAN & RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
Despite inadequate sourcework, Wynn takes a human view of Churchill, and so writes a book examining the “flawed decisions” of the “Greatest Briton.”
Posted in: Books,
Tags: Bengal famine, Clement Attlee, Coventry bombing, Dardanelles, David Forman, Dresden bombing, Gallipoli, Joseph Stalin, Martin Gilbert, Richard M. Langworth, Singapore, Tonypandy, 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,