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ORIGINAL WORLD WAR II AUTOGRAPH MEMORANDUM from JOHN COLVILLE with HANDWRITTEN REPLY and a DOODLE DRAWING by WINSTON CHURCHILL

From the Estate of Sir John Colville

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…War II, with his time as Prime Minister waning, Churchill drew his Private Secretary, John Colville, a flower. The memorandum, written in ink, all in Colville’s hand, is on “Prime…

Framed ORIGINAL WORLD WAR II TYPED LETTER to JOHN COLVILLE with INITIAL-SIGNED INK ANNOTATIONS BY WINSTON CHURCHILL

From the Estate of Sir John Colville

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Typed letter on embossed ”Ministry of Information” letterhead, to “J.R. Colville, Esq.” from Samuel Hood, Secretary to the Minister of Information, Duff Cooper, dated “9th October, 1940:” Dear Jock [in…

ORIGINAL TYPED PARLIAMENTARY DIRECTIVE SIGNED by WINSTON CHURCHILL

From the Estate of Sir John Colville

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…John Colville and Churchill’s son-in-law, Christopher Soames, who managed matters, as Colville noted in his diary, “careful not to allow our own judgments to be given Prime Ministerial effect.” This…

Framed “WHITE HOUSE” ENVELOPE WITH WINSTON CHURCHILL’S HANDWRITTEN NOTES

From the Estate of Sir John Colville

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…Sir John Colville (1915-1987), Winston Churchill’s Principal Private Secretary during the war, and after, right through Churchill’s second stint as Prime Minister. No one was closer to Churchill at work…

WINSTON CHURCHILL

RESOLUTION, DEFIANCE, MAGNANIMITY

By: Assorted Contributors [R. Crosby Kemper III (Editor)]

Twelve of the Kemper lectures delivered annually at the Churchill Memorial in Fulton, Missouri. Contributors include Sir Martin Gilbert, Robert Rhodes James, Lady Soames, John Colville and Lord Amery. This…

THE FRINGES OF POWER

10 Downing Street Diaries 1939-1955

By: John Colville

The superbly written diaries kept by Churchill’s best-known wartime private secretary (and after). A penetrating and vitally important primary source work. This is a very good copy of the First…