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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.
Tags: Abraham Lincoln, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, Arthur Balfour, Battle of Gettysburg, Benjamin Disraeli, Czar Nicholas II, Emperor Franz Joseph, First World War, Geroge Pickett, Jan Bloch, Jeb Stuart, Jefferson Davis, Kaiser Wilhelm II, Paul K. Alkon, Robert E. Lee, Scribner’s Magazine, Shelby Foote, Theodore Roosevelt, William Edwart Gladstone, Winston S. Churchill, woodrow wilson,
By JOSHUA WAECHTER
Prudence, Aristotle’s primary quality of statesmen was well demonstrated by Churchill at the Admiralty in the years leading up to the First World War.
Tags: Alfred von Tirpitz, Aristotle, Barbara Tuchman, Battle of Jutland, Benjamin Disraeli, David Lloyd George, Edward Grey, First World War, George Callaghan, H.H. Asquith, High Seas Fleet, John Burns, John Jellicoe, John Morley, Joshua Waechter, Lord Salisbury, Patrick Buchanan, Royal Navy, Triple Entente, William Ewart Gladstone, Winston S. Churchill,
By THE CHURCHILL PROJECT
Randolph Churchill’s career in journalism lasted thirty-six years. He wrote hundreds of articles, edited seven volumes of his father’s speeches, and published fifteen books, including the first seven narrative and document volumes of Winston S. Churchill, the official biography.
Tags: Benjamin Disraeli, Bracken Brendan, Fitzroy Maclean, Jacqueline Onassis, Kay Halle, Lord Derby, Martin Gilbert, Michael Foot, Randolph S. Churchill, Richard M. Langworth, Robert F. Kennedy, Stour, Tito, Winston S. Churchill,