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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…

TYPED NOTE SIGNED FROM WINSTON CHURCHILL TO JOHN “JOCK” COLVILLE

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By: Winston S. Churchill

A typed thank you note on 28 Hyde Park Gate notepaper, dated “3 December, 1958” (three days days after Churchill’s 84th Birthday), to John Colville, Churchill’s Private Secretary during World…

Framed ORIGINAL TYPED PARLIAMENTARY DIRECTIVE SIGNED by WINSTON CHURCHILL

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…from all but Queen Elizabeth and a few political intimates. The PM’s day-to-day operations were left to John Colville and Churchill’s son-in-law, Christopher Soames, who managed matters, as Colville noted…

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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…

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By: Earl of Birkenhead (Edited and with a Foreword by Sir John Colville)

Written by the son of Churchill’s close friend, F.E. Smith, the first Lord Birkenhead, this is an excellent beginning to what was intended as a multi-volume biography of Churchill Unfortunately,…