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Winston Churchill was one of the most amazing figures of the Twentieth Century. Able to see clearly when so many were blind to the threat posed by Adolf Hitler, he was strong in a time of crisis and inspired whole nations to greatness. His colourful and stimulating prose, his perseverance in facing adversity, his devotion to the ideal of liberty, and his courageous leadership will ensure that he will never be forgotten."The Best Little Stories of Winston Churchill" - prepared in conjunction with the author's lectures on Churchill at Oxford University in 2007 - presents a gripping collection of tales from WC's life, including: his teenage prediction that he would one day become defender of England in a horrible future war; his capture and amazing escape from the Boers; the secret, and fortunately mild heart attack he suffered during a visit to the White House shortly after Pearl Harbor; and much more.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781581826340
ISBN-10: 1581826346
Format: Paperback
(229mm x 152mm x 30mm)
Pages: 384
Imprint: Cumberland House Publishing,US
Publisher: Cumberland House Publishing,US
Publish Date: 20-Nov-2008
Country of Publication: United States


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Author Biography - Brian Kelly

Brian Kelly is an award-winning journalist, and editor for History Magazine, and a lecturer in news writing at the University of Virginia. Ingrid Smyer is a successful freelance writer and editor.

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