WW Norton Wonderfully revealing images of a great and photogenic leader in a time of war.
Baker & Taylor Depicts Winston Churchill as a man deeply committed to his country, noting his efforts to connect with everyday people as well as other world leaders, rally his troops, and contribute to the defeat of Nazism.
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Blackwell North Amer Winston Churchill spent more than half a century in British politics. In the Second World War he was immortalised by his tireless determination and courage in protecting Britain from German domination, and in leading his country in the overthrow of Nazi tyranny in Europe. With text and captions written by Sir Martin Gilbert and illustrated by nearly two hundred photographs from the archives of the Imperial War Museum in London, Churchill at War reveals the many sides of Winston Churchill. Whether deep in conversation with world leaders, sharing a joke with dock workers, inspecting bomb-damaged cities, rallying his troops in the theatres of war, picnicking with his generals on the banks of the Rhine, visiting the ruins of Berlin, or celebrating the victory over Germany, Churchill's charisma, strength of character, sense of humor, sensitivity, and love for his country shine out from these images.
Baker & Taylor A portrait of Winston Churchill during World War II depicts him as a man deeply committed to his country, noting his efforts to connect with everyday people as well as other world leaders, rally his troops, and contribute to the defeat of Nazism. By the author of In Search of Churchill.