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Robert Blake; Roger Louis
|Description:||XV, 581 S ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||DAVID CANNADINE: Churchill and the Pitfalls of Family Piety; GORDON A. CRAIG: Churchill and Germany; DOUGLAS JOHNSON: Churchill and France; PAUL ADDISON: Churchill and Social Reform; PETER CLARKE: Churchill's Economic Ideas 1900-1930; JOHN GRIGG: Churchill and Lloyd George; HENRY PELLING: Churchill and the Labour Movement; MICHAEL HOWARD: Churchill and the First World War; NORMAN ROSE: Churchill and Zionism; RONALD HYAM: Churchill and the British Empire; PHILIP ZIEGLER: Churchill and the Monarchy; DONALD CAMERON WATT: Churchill and Appeasement; D. J. WENDEN: Churchill, Radio, and Cinema; DAVID REYNOLDS: Churchill in 1940: The Worst and Finest Hour; ROBERT BLAKE: How Churchill Became Prime Minister; ROBERT O'NEILL: Churchill, Japan, and British Security and the Pacific 1904-1942; WARREN F. KIMBALL: Wheel within a Wheel: Churchill, Roosevelt, and the Special Relationship; ROBIN EDMONDS: Churchill and Stalin; JOHN KEEGAN: Churchill's Strategy; MICHAEL CARVER: Churchill and the Defence Chiefs; RICHARD OLLARD: Churchill and the Navy; STEPHEN E. AMBROSE: Churchill and Eisenhower in the Second World War; HARRY HINSLEY: Churchill and the Use of Special Intelligence; R. V. JONES: Churchill and Science; MAX BELOFF: Churchill and Europe; SARVEPALLI GOPAL: Churchill and India; WM. ROGER LOUIS: Churchill and Egypt 1946-1956; ROY JENKINS: Churchill and the Government of 1951-1955; ROBERT RHODES JAMES: Churchill the Parliamentarian, Orator, and Statesman|
|Responsibility:||ed. by Robert Blake and Wm. Roger Louis.|
the most important contribution to Churchilliana since Martin Gilbert's official life ... deserves to be placed on the bookshelves of every serious Churchill enthusiast Andrew Roberts, The Times a