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By CASEY J. WHEATLAND
The Churchill revealed by Nester is a model of statesmanship: prescient and competent, but accompanied by certain errors of strategy.
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By BRADLEY P. TOLPPANEN
Among his generals, Churchill thought Alexander “the best we had.” Alex for his part was ever faithful, saying, “I can’t simply refuse Winston.”
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