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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 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 JOSIAH LEINBACH
Churchill looked back on the past with reverence and with regularity—thankfully so, for we owe him the same debt we owe to our history: gratitude.
Tags: David Lindsay Keir, edmund burke, Edward Gibbon, George Santayana, Harrow, Henry Hallam, J.H. Plumb, Joseph Addison, Josiah Leinbach, Lady Randolph Churchill, Lord Randolph Churchill, Neville Chamberlain, Sandhurst, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Tribe of Issachar, Two-Power Standard, William Shakespeare, Winston S. Churchill,