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While I did enjoy reading this account of Churchill, it was ultimately frustrating because of two major gaps. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Military History Fan
The interesting part of this book to me was the analysis of how Churchill really felt about imperialism, the right or obligation of Great Britain to control the lives of peoples... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Kiwiip
Does not place Churchill in his time. Suggests that others of his era saw beyond empire. What made sense in 1947 was not plain in 1890.Published 23 months ago by Joe Goldberg
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'Toye, author of the prize-winning 2007 Lloyd George and Churchill: Rivals for Greatness, gives us not a biography, nor even... Read more
This book provides an unusual perspective on Winston Churchill, perhaps the twentieth century's greatest statesman. Read morePublished on March 25, 2013 by Bert vanC Bailey
I enjoyed this book, but (as other reviewers have noted) it does read a bit dryly, and makes reference to every scrap of Imperial discussion ever that he was or wasn't involved in. Read morePublished on September 17, 2012 by toronto
I picked this book, thinking that perhaps knowing more about him will tone down the negativity, which mere mention of his name, invokes inside me. Read morePublished on May 5, 2012 by Jeetendra Gandhi
I did not find this book enjoyable to read.
Although it has many historical facts I feel like it is nothing new just facts thrown in a book to fit the theory. Read more