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By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
Churchill's best war books: “fascinating products of the human spirit, epic tales filled with the depravities, miseries, and glories of man.”
Tags: Anthony Montague Browne, Battle of Omdurman, David Lloyd George, Edward Grey, Edward Marsh, First World War, Herbert Kitchener, J.H. Plumb, John Keegan, Manfred Weidhorn, Passchendaele, Richard M. Langworth, Robert Pilpel, Robert Rhodes James, Rudi Giuliani, Second World War, Somme, Sudan, Thucydides, Winston S. Churchill,
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 ANDREW ROBERTS
With his many achievements, Haldane stood as warning that the apex of politics, there was no such thing as friendship. Except perhaps with Churchill.
Tags: Albert Einstein, Andrew Bonar Law, Andrew Roberts, Beatrice Webb, Edward Carson, Edward Grey, H.H. Asquith, Haldane Mission, Herbert Samuel, John Morley, Lord Beaverbrook, Lord Northcliffe, Prince Louis of Battenberg, Richard Burdon Haldane, Sidney Webb, Stanley Buckmaster, Winston S. Churchill,