Search Results: "Winston S. Churchill"


BOOK REVIEW

NON-FICTION
Released: Aug. 6, 1943

Once again Winston Churchill proves that the power of his words lies in the spirit of the man behind the words, and that they read as well as they sound — a second time as well as a first. Read full book review >

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Released: Nov. 30, 1959

"Extensive promotion by radio and TV will help launch the book."
This reports the details on the publisher's edition of Life magazine's condensed History, originally published in 6 volumes. Read full book review >

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Released: April 16, 1956

"Watch for this- as it may be blown up into a newsworthy publishing event."
Not many people know that at 24 Winston Churchill wrote his one and only novel. Read full book review >

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MARLBOROUGH by Winston S.  Churchill
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Jan. 1, 1933

"One of the great biographies of our times."
Just to draw to your attention again the fact that Vol. Read full book review >

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Released: Aug. 22, 1946

"It lacks — however — the spark that distinguishes Churchill's more public utterances."
Life Magazine published three of these speeches made in secret sessions of Parliament, — The Battle of the Atlantic, The Fall of Singapore, Darlan and the North African Landings — and good publicity cleared the newsstands of the issues almost as they came from the press-evidence of the lively interest in what the Prime Minister has said. Read full book review >

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Released: March 15, 1935

"Not only is it an outstanding biography, but a brilliant picture of colorful days."
The first two volumes of the Marlborough brought favorable returns throughout the country, and enthusiastic reviews. Read full book review >

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BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS by Winston S.  Churchill
Released: April 14, 1941

"Chance for plus sales on other two."
While England Slept and Step by Step were prophetic and challenging, Churchill was considered by many as a Cassandra, speaking out of turn. Read full book review >

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STEP BY STEP, 1936-1939 by Winston S.  Churchill
NON-FICTION
Released: Aug. 25, 1939

"The material comes up to May of the current year."
While England Slept was a best seller. Read full book review >

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ONWARDS TO VICTORY by Winston S.  Churchill
Released: July 1, 1944

"Calendars of events, notes, etc. add to their interest."
Shops and Public Libraries already know their market for these annual collections of Prime Minister Churchill's speeches, papers, public statements. Read full book review >

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Released: Nov. 26, 1956

The drama of England gathers momentum in this second volume, as the Tudors take over and the War of the Roses comes to an end with the death of Richard III. Read full book review >

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Released: Sept. 30, 1938

"This is scarcely likely to repeat the sales, in view of the nature of the content, but it is a book for all who would keep abreast of thought (and emotions) in England."
Churchill has had as full a career as statesman, soldier, war correspondent and author as any Britisher today. Read full book review >

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BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: June 15, 1997

"Randolph's career is a historical footnote, but the author's close examination of his father's complex relationship with Winston Churchill, augmented with excerpts from their voluminous correspondence, make this a valuable contribution to Churchill scholarship."
A "filial and objective" biography of Winston S. Churchill's only son, Randolph, by Randolph's son. Read full book review >