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James W. Muller
By RONALD I. COHEN
“The River War” is back—in a form that Churchill never imagined: a splendid production, indispensable to anyone with a Churchill interest.
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Tags: Charles Gordon, Emil Ludwig, Herbert Kitchener, James W. Muller, Nobel Prize in Literature, Omdurman, River War, Ronald I. Cohen, Sigfrid Siwertz, Winston S. Churchill,
By BRADLEY TOLPPANEN
McKercher and Capet have provided a collection of substantive and challenging essays. Their book offers many useful observations that will stimulate further historical discussion and scholarship.
Tags: Antoine Capet, B.J.C. McKercher, Christopher Bell, James W. Muller, John Maurer, John W. Young, Richard Toye, Warren Dokter, Will Morrisey, Winston S. Churchill,
By JAMES W. MULLER
Churchill was a bigger man, and his literary works are richer, than this historian’s thesis. The Literary Churchill advances our knowledge of Churchill’s intellectual life, but more sustained attention to Churchill’s books would have made it better.