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By Carlos Benito Marìn
Why invent a quote? Perhaps in the hope that “the specter of Winston will pause to embrace the willful quoter and smoke a cigar with him.”
Tags: Bessie Braddock, Carlos Marin, F.E. Smith, George Bernard Shaw, gnomology, Mary SOames, Nancy Astor, Nigel Rees, Nobel Prize for Literature, Richard Langworth, W.C. Fields, Winston S. Churchill, Yale Book of Quotations,
By WARREN F. KIMBALL
However much Churchill promoted a positive Anglo-American relationship, he did not create it. For Buruma to blame him for British nationalism is absurd.
Tags: Boris Johnson, David Reynolds, Dean Acheson, Franklin Roosevelt, Horatio Nelson, Ian Buruma, Nigel Farage, Nigel Rees, Queen Elizabeth I, Richard M. Langworth, Warren F. Kimball, Winston S. Churchill,
By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
Churchill never said this: he was far too fastidious to apply such a term generically. He knew his fascists, and identified them more specifically.
Tags: Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Communism, Fascism, fascists, Joseph Stalin, Nazism, Nigel Rees, Winston S. Churchill,