CHURCHILL: The Greatest Briton


CHURCHILL: The Greatest Briton

DR CHRISTOPHER CATHERWOOD    Book Number: 89674    Product format: Hardback

Leading Cambridge Churchill scholar Dr Catherwood is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Here in words, pictures and rare documents from Churchill?s official archive he examines the life of one of the most revered Britons in history from his birth at Blenheim Palace, his tumultuous early political life at Westminster, and his service on the front line during WW1, to his time in the political wilderness, his inspirational wartime leadership, and final years as a grand old man of world politics. Among the rare documents in facsimile are personal notes for some of Winston Churchill's most famous wartime speeches, letters to his mother while homesick at boarding school and over 160 painstakingly researched photographs, artworks and documents have been sourced from the family archives at Churchill College, Cambridge. Here is Churchill the outspoken, quick-witted public figure, but also the loving husband and father, enthusiastic painter, sportsman and even bricklayer. Colour and black and white, 160 large pages, approx. 10" x 11".
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ISBN 9780233005379
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