Winston Churchill; His Military Life, 1895-1945

By: Paterson, Michael

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Only light scuffing of DJ; A bright, solid book, DJ in Mylar ; 1.34 x 9.29 x 6.06 Inches; 320 pages; -An incredible and unique insight into the life of Winston Churchill. Draws on previously unpublished, contemporary firsthand accounts of those who met him. Published in time for the 40th anniversary of Churchill's death "I play for high stakes and given an audience there is no act too daring and too noble." -Winston Churchill. Born to a privileged family, Winston Churchill was first a Conservative then a Liberal politician, a painter, a writer, Britain's greatest military leader, a prime minister, a Nobel Prize winner, and a proud father. But who was the real Winston Churchill? In this important book, Michael Paterson juxtaposes Churchill's prolific commentaries on himself with the opinions of those who knew him. From his dramatic escape as a prisoner of war in South Africa, his political career, his dark days following the Dardanelles failure and his resurgence as Britain's great wartime prime minister, this is a truly rounded portrait of one of the best-known public figures of recent history.

Title: Winston Churchill; His Military Life, 1895-1945

Author Name: Paterson, Michael

Categories: Leaders, Biographies & Memoirs,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Newton Abbot, Devon UK, David & Charles: 2005

ISBN Number: 0715319647

ISBN Number 13: 9780715319642

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine in Near Fine dust jacket

Seller ID: 14267

Keywords: Great Britain WWII prime minister gallipoli boer war