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His father's son : the life of Randolph Churchill

Author: Winston S Churchill
Publisher: London, Great Britain : Weidenfeld & Nicolson : Orion Pub. Group, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Winston S. Churchill chronicles the life of his father, Randolph Churchill, who was a political journalist and biographer of his own father, Sir Winston Churchill.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Randolph S Churchill; Winston Churchill; Randolph S Churchill; Winston Churchill; Randolph S Churchill
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Winston S Churchill
ISBN: 0297816403 9780297816409
OCLC Number: 35312868
Description: xii, 514 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: 'The Chum Bolly' --
'Randolph will carry on the lamp' --
Life at Chartwell --
'More blessed to teach than to learn' --
Telling America --
A meeting with Hitler --
The father and son road show --
Randolph, hope and glory --
Partners in the wilderness --
'Munich!' --
Member for Preston --
North Africa --
The Benghazi raid --
A soldier with the Desert Army --
Mission to Yugoslavia --
Attack on Drvar --
Return to Topusko --
Victory and defeat --
Life with father --
Dreaming of Plymouth hoe --
Across the Naktong --
'Culture is for gentler creatures' --
What I said about the press --
Action for libel --
Crisis over Suez --
Macmillan it is! --
African safaris --
The literary factory --
Private Eye : an apology --
'In love with the Kennedys' --
The fight, continued --
Operation 'hope not' --
'Bumpkin pasha' --
Some 'burnt-out case'! --
'Project K'.
Responsibility: Winston S. Churchill.

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This is the biography of Randolph Churchill, the son of Winston. The author explains what it must have been like for Randolph growing up in the great man's home and how great was the pressure upon  Read more...

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