HAPPY BIRTHDAY WINSTON CHURCHILL!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY WINSTON CHURCHILL!

As we approach the end of a year like no other, we are delighted to celebrate Churchill’s 146th Birthday precisely as we have celebrated for the past 37 years, by sharing our new catalogue: “Churchill Masked for Victory.”

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CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 24

CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 24

Churchill’s weapon of choice as a leader was speechmaking eloquence. In our journey around his book-length works we next explore INTO BATTLE, the first and indisputably the greatest, of his published war speech collections.

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CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 23

CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 23

STEP BY STEP is a title for our time. It stands, to this moment, as a warning with echoes that resound profoundly. We peer into it next in our walk through the works of Winston Churchill.

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CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 22

CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 22

ARMS AND THE COVENANT was Winston Churchill’s first book-length warning about the tremendous danger that Adolph Hitler and Nazism represented to the Free World. If only more had listened. We weigh it next in our sounding of the works of Winston Churchill.

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CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 21

CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 21

Great Contemporaries was a little late arriving to the Churchill canon. But it was worth the wait. We peruse it next in our tour of Winston Churchill’s books. And why not. You got something better to do?

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CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 20

CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 20

In June 1929, Winston Churchill began working on a monumental biography of John Churchill, the First Duke of Marlborough; a book he had wanted to undertake for almost thirty years. We visit it next, in our voyage around the works of Winston Churchill.

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CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 19

CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 19

A good deal of Winston Churchill’s literary output was dictated by his finances. When Churchill needed money, he wrote. And Churchill often needed money. The results were usually timeless. Which brings us to THOUGHTS AND ADVENTURES, the next title in our tour of Winston Churchill’s books.

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CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 18

CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 18

Few aspects of Winston Churchill are more controversial right now than his views on India before independence. Fortunately, as with virtually every other Churchillian aspect, there is no need to dredge the internet for misinformation on this subject because he published a book about it, unflinchingly titled: INDIA.

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“THE DAUGHTERS OF YALTA:” A Socially-Distanced Conversation with Catherine Grace Katz

“THE DAUGHTERS OF YALTA:” A Socially-Distanced Conversation with Catherine Grace Katz

Watch our webcast with author Catherine Grace Katz, celebrating the publication of THE DAUGHTERS OF YALTA, streaming right here or on our YouTube channel.

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CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 16

CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 16

The impending publication of a marvelous new book has inspired us to undertake an author event at Chartwell Bookseller; scrupulously social distanced, of course. (No guests at all.) The book is: THE DAUGHTERS OF YALTA. The author is Catherine Grace Katz. Her event will stream on our YouTube channel Friday, October 2, at 5:00pm (cocktail time).

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CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 15

CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 15

Winston Churchill wrote his own history of the First World War:
THE WORLD CRISIS. 

We journey to it next in our voyage around the works of Winston Churchill.

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CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 14

CHURCHILL OUT OF HIBERNATION, WEEK 14

THE PEOPLE’S RIGHTS is something of a campaign collectable from the 1910 General Election; a compendium of six fiery Churchill speeches attacking the Conservative Party for not supporting “The People’s Budget.” We catch up to it next, and at just the right moment, in our tour of Winston Churchill’s books.

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