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King George VI
By DAVE TURRELL
Today, we need not flinch from the image. Sutherland saw a man behind the legend, reached deep, and gave us the man. The legend needed no portrait.
Tags: Aneurin Bevan, Anthony Montague Browne, Charles Moran, Churchill College, Clementine Churchill, Dave Turrell, David McFall, Dwight Eisenhower, Georgy Malenkov, Grace Hamblin, Graham Sutherland, Herbert Gunn, Jennie Lee, John Charmley, King George VI, Mary SOames, Max Beaverbrook, Omdurman, Shane Leslie, Somerset Maugham, Winston S. Churchill,
By KLAUS LARRES
In 1945 Churchill and his Conservative Party were swept away. Klaus Larres explains why this was as inevitable as Churchill’s comeback six years later.
Tags: Alexander Fleming, Clement Attlee, George Schultz, Iron Curtain Speech, King George VI, Klaus Larres, Mackenzie King, Mikhail Gorbachev, Order of the Garter, Ronald Reagan, Winston S. Churchill,
By ANDREW ROBERTS
The Splendid and the Vile is the story of the London Blitz, from the moment that Winston Churchill became prime minister on 10 May 1940, until the Luftwaffe raid that destroyed the parts of the House of Commons exactly one year later, coincidentally on the same night that Rudolf Hess flew to Scotland.
Tags: Alex Hardinge, Andrew Roberts, Averell Harriman, Dunkirk, Erik Larson, Hermann Göring, Joseph Goebbels, King George VI, London Blitz, Mary SOames, Pamela Churchill, Randolph Churchill, Rudolf Hess, Stalingrad, Winston S. Churchill,
By LARRY P. ARNN
In the best biography since 1991, Roberts's witty, fluent, flowing prose captures the adventure, energy, and incessant movement that Churchill produced.
Tags: Andrew Roberts, Brendan Bracken, Clement Attlee, Horace Wilson, Ivan Maisky, King George VI, Larry P. Arnn, Lord Halifax, Neville Chamberlain, Randolph S. Churchill, Roger Keyes, Winston S. Churchill,
By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
Irish self-determination is something Churchill is alleged to have opposed. The truth is quite different. Readers will do well to understand the nuances.
Tags: "The Dream", David Lloyd George, Éamon de Valera, H.H. Asquith, Henry Grattan, Irish Home Rule, Irish Treaty, King George VI, Lord Randolph Churchill, Michael Collins, Paddy Finucane, Paul Addison, Republic of Ireland Act 1948, Sean T. O'Kelly,