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In only 181 pages (Viking hardcover edition c.2009) the conservative historian Paul Johnson reviews Winston Churchill's (1874- 1965) life and career with evaluative strokes on... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Meow Tomcat
excellent overview of Churchill's life and times. Easy reading and will give you an excellent understanding of the man and his strengths and weaknesses.Published 1 month ago by Steve Kettel
Easy and pleasant reading. It makes you want to know more about this extraordinary man. I am not rating 5 stars because the illustrations can hardly be appreciated on the Kindle.Published 2 months ago by Ciuzza
Paul Johnson is among my favorite historians and this book is another in a long line of his great books. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ryan Anderson
A short book but very enjoyable. I always admired Sir Winston and through my years of study have found many views of him both positive and negative. I continue to toPublished 3 months ago by Nick Jordan
Gave me quite a different perspective of Churchill from the one I had.
I liked him, and I understood many things I had not as to why he acted
the way he did and the... Read more
The biography was short, but well-written and, unusually, contained some interactions between the author and Churchill, who has been gone almost half a century. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bart
Truly inspiring account of a life with ups and downs, big ones, but whose character, moral compass, and dedication to serving humanity transcended all. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joseph Bryan
Great Book about a great man. I only wished it had been longer and more detailed. Paul Johnston is an excellent writer of popular history.Published 6 months ago by Robert sjoberg