Triumph and Tragedy: The Second World War, Volume 6 (Winston Churchill World War II Collection) Kindle Edition
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It is fascinating to read Churchill's description of some of the key characters in the war: Roosevelt, Stalin, Marshall, Eisenhower, etc. And his writings on when he was Africa and Russia and the meetings he had there and the sights he saw were mesmerizing. Once again, to get through this all I read his writings but skip over all his printed correspondence, notes and speeches he has in the book. I would be dead before I read all of that as well.
This book ends around June of 1943. There is a lot more to come. This is like living history told by a player who was not only there but he was in the thick of it. Thank God he was.
The parallels between what was happening in England and Europe in the 1920s and 30s and what is happening worldwide now, in 2016, is eerily similar. Sometimes I feel I am reading the news instead of a historical chronology.
This is a must read!