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By RAYMOND A. CALLAHAN
Scholarship accumulates and sources multiply, Todman writes. The perspective of Churchill’s memoirs persists—if sometimes heavily qualified.
Tags: Alan Brooke, Angus Calder, Daniel Todman, Darkest Hour, Douglas Porch, George Marshall, Harold Alexander, Operation Zipper, Paul Addison, Raymond A. Callahan, Singapore, VE Day, Winston S. Churchill,
By THE CHURCHILL PROJECT
Questions on the role of secretary Elizabeth Layton in the 2017 film, and the Annexe where Churchill really ran the wartime government.
Tags: Churchill War Rooms, Darkest Hour, Downing Street Annexe, Elizabeth Layton, Eric MacLennan, Gary Oldman, Joe Armstong, John Colville, Kazuhiro Tsuji, Kirstin Scott Thomas, Lily James, Robert Hardy, 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 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,