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By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
The Parker opus: “No matter how much the details of Churchill and his career become known, he still remains, quite simply, a great man.”
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By ANDREW ROBERTS
The allegations that Winston Churchill was unfaithful while on holiday in the South of France in the mid-1930s have been knocking around for eighty years, with nothing substantial to back them up, and, having been researching a biography of Churchill for the past four years, I do not believe it.
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