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By RON CYNEWULF ROBBINS
A Canadian hero dear to Churchill, Stephenson deserved better than he received at the hands of biographers and a disbelieving public.
Tags: Anthony Cave Brown, British Security Coordination, Camp X, Destroyers-for-Bases, H. Montgomery Hyde, Henry Hemming, Intrepid, M.R.D. Foot, Noel Mason-Macfarlane, Ron Cynewulf Robbins, Stewart Menzies, Timothy J. Naftali, William Donovan, William Stephenson, Winnipeg,
By RAYMOND A. CALLAHAN
Alan Allport offers a very fine synthesis of new aspects without repetition, but Churchill’s long shadow still hovers over WW2.
Tags: Alan Allport, David Reynolds. Indian Army, Destroyers-for-Bases, J.H. Plumb, Raymond A. Callahan Daniel Todman, Special Relationship, Winston S. Churchill,
By WARREN F. KIMBALL
Whatever arguments we might make about Ireland in the Second World War, they will help us better to understand the dynamics of today’s relationships between the great powers.
Tags: Averell Harriman, David Gray, Destroyers-for-Bases, Éamon de Valera, Frank Knox, Franklin Roosevelt, John Ramsden, Treaty Ports, Warren F. Kimball, Winston S. Churchill,