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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 WARREN F. KIMBALL
Why would Hamilton raise the inconsequential to the significant? With admirers like this, Churchill’s memory needs no enemies.
Tags: Alan Brooke, Alex Danchev, Anzio, Arthur Bryant, D-Day, Daniel Todman, David Reynolds, Elliott Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, Josef Stalin, Lend Lease, Leo Tolstoy, Lord Moran, Mackenzie King, Nigel Hamilton, Operation Overlord, Teheran Conference, Winston S. Churchill,
By TERRY REARDON
The first key to sales is an intriguing title and Mr. Napier succeeds admirably in that regard. But a reader expecting the “goods” will be rather surprised that the preamble and first chapter praise Churchill’s warnings of the need to rearm in the face of Nazi Germany, and his condemnation of the Munich Agreement. Napier then adds several straightforward chapters covering the early days of the war and Churchill becoming prime minister.
Tags: Casablanca Conference, Franklin Roosevelt, Mackenzie King, Robert Menzies, Rudolf Hess, Stephen Napier, Terry Reardon, Winston S. Churchill,
By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
The author has done an exemplary job reporting this major North American encounter by a Churchill still in his fifties. Cynics will say, why bother? Well, because it needed to be done.
Tags: Bernard Baruch, Black Thursday, Bradley P. Tolppanen, Charlie Chaplin, Herbert Hoover, John Strange Spencer Churchill, Mackenzie King, Marion Davies, Randolph S. Churchill, Winston S. Churchill,