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By WARREN F. KIMBALL
However much Churchill promoted a positive Anglo-American relationship, he did not create it. For Buruma to blame him for British nationalism is absurd.
Tags: Boris Johnson, David Reynolds, Dean Acheson, Franklin Roosevelt, Horatio Nelson, Ian Buruma, Nigel Farage, Nigel Rees, Queen Elizabeth I, Richard M. Langworth, Warren F. Kimball, Winston S. Churchill,
By THE CHURCHILL PROJECT
The Churchill Project provides descriptions of the twelve most significant locations in Whitehall, London as they relate to Winston Churchill.
Tags: Admiralty, Admiralty Arch, Battle of Trafalgar, Board of Trade, Cenotaph, Colonial Office, Corinthia Hotel, Dardanelles, David Lloyd George, Duglas Haig, Dundee, Home Secretary, Horatio Nelson, King Charles I, King Edward VII, London, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Munitons, National Liberal Club, Nelson's Column, Old War Office, Palace of Westminster, Parliament, Royal Navy, Royal Navy Air Service, Royal Scots Fusiliers, T.E. Lawrence, Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey, Whitehall, Winston S. Churchill,
By ANDREW ROBERTS
If we allow our monuments and memorials and place-names to be torn down because of our present-day views, it speaks to a pathetic lack of confidence in ourselves.
Tags: Andrew Roberts, Battle of Trafalgar, Captain Cook, Clive of India, Cultural Revolution, Earl Haig, Francis Drake, Genghis Khan, Henry Dundas, Horatio Nelson, King George III, L.P. Hartley, Mohandas Gandhi, Robert Baden Powell, Robert Peel, Shaka, Tamerlane, William Gladstone, Winston S. Churchill,
By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
These are just a few of the classical authors Churchill read in his self-education as a young man. They form an adjunct to the more recent and direct inspirations, the figures of more recent centuries.
Tags: Andrew Roberts, Aristotle, Bourke Cockran, Cicero, Duke of Marlborough, Georges Clemenceau, Great Contemporaries, Horatio Nelson, John Morley, Justin Lyons, Leo Strauss, Lord Randolph Churchill, Napoleon, Paul Rahe, Plato, Richard M. Langworth, Shakespeare, Socrates, Thucydides, War of Spanish Succession, Winston S. Churchill, Xenophon,
By JOHN FLEET
"In a cinematic sense Churchill and Korda imparted an idea of Britain, and by extension the Western world. In gratitude, I hope their legacy will endure."
Tags: Alexander Korda, Alfred Duff Cooper, Battle of Trafalgar, Béla Kun, Charlie Chaplin, Eleftherios Venizelos, First Duke of Marlborough, Gone with the Wind, Horatio Nelson, John Churchill, John Fleet, Joseph P. Kennedy, King George V, King Henry VIII, King Philip II, Louis XIV, Miklós Horthy, Queen Elizabeth I, Thomas Cromwell, Vivien Leigh, Winston Churchill,