By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
It is a tribute to this book, and those who saw it into print, that a memory of two unforgettable spirits is so eloquently presented.
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By RONALD I. COHEN
No counterpart of the Cassell limited presentation edition was produced by either the U.S. trade publisher, Houghton Mifflin, or the Book of the Month Club. Thus, either Mr. Scherman or the BOMC must have had this set specially bound. But your question is fascinating, since it raises several bibliographic questions and the BOMC’s important publishing role.
Tags: Clare Boothe Luce, Emery Reves, Harry Scherman, Henry Luce, Lord Camrose, Ronald I. Cohen, Winston S. Churchill,
By ANDREW ROBERTS
Volume 22 of the Churchill Documents contains Churchill's documentary record from the 1945 election and his return to the premiership in October 1951. It is a curiously under-examined part of Churchill’s career. Yet it encompassed the dropping of the atomic bombs on Japan and her subsequent surrender, his Iron Curtain speech in Missouri, the partition of India and the creation of Israel, the Berlin airlift, and the founding of NATO and the European movement. Upon all of these, Churchill took important stances.
Tags: Andrew Roberts, Arthur Harris, Chaim Weizmann, Clement Attlee, Douglas MacArthur, Dresden bombing, Emery Reves, Harry Legg-Bourke, Iron Curtain Speech, Maurice Gamelin, Maxime Weygand, Winston S. Churchill,
By ANTOINE CAPET
Medical historians find no evidence that Churchill suffered from major depression, but his health was subject to many ailments in his final decade.
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