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London: The Bomb Shop (Henderson's), 1919.
This quite scarce 1919 pamphlet publishes three satires of Winston Churchill by Osbert Sitwell published in the immediate aftermath of the First World War. "This more
John Collingwood Reade
Canadian Association of Broadcasters, 1941.
32 page pamphlet. A well produced tribute to Churchill, illustrated with photographs. The essays in this pamphlet are "Years of Preparation" about Churchill's family history, more
New York: Carroll & Graf, 1991.
First paperback edition. The author Celia Sandys (1943-) is the daughter of Winston Churchill's eldest child, Diana and Cabinet Minister Duncan Sandys. Drawing on both more
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London: Edward Lloyd, Limited, 1911.
This periodical details events of the 1911 Siege of Sidney Street, heavily illustrated with maps and photos including two images of then Home Secretary, Winston more
Ronald I. Cohen
London & New York: Thoemmes Continuum, an imprint of The Continuum International Publishing Group, 2006.
This is an as-new set of the definitive bibliography of Sir Winston Churchill's published writings, still in the original publisher's shrink wrap and shipping box. more
Lord Fisher (Admiral Sir John Arbuthnot Fisher)
London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1919.
This is the memoir of Admiral Sir John Arbuthnot Fisher (1841-1920), the first edition in dust jacket. A legendary figure, Fisher would ultimately become most more
A. MacCallum Scott, M.P.
London: George Newnes, Limited, 1916.
This is the 1916 edition of the first biography of Churchill in the quite scarce dust jacket. In 1905, MacCallum Scott wrote the first biography more
London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1940.
This unusual wartime publication argues that the advent of war was Churchill's opportunity to complete unification of Ireland. The author's conjecture is certainly not mainstream. more
Paris: Bonne Press, 1945.
This is an unusual wartime booklet about Churchill published in Paris in French. The subject appears to be a biographic portrait of Churchill and the more
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1969.
In 1963, Frederick Woods published the first serious bibliography of the works of Winston Churchill. Woods' effort is said to have discovered numerous pieces not more
Ben Tucker, Foreword by The Right Hon. Lord Kemsley, Introduction by Sir Cuthbert Headlam
London: Sagall Press, Ltd, 1945.
This is the first and limited edition of a profusely illustrated book chronicling the life of Winston S. Churchill through the end of his role more
Wolfgang Mieder and George B. Bryan
Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1995.
This is a unique and interesting scholarly work "traces Churchill's use of proverbs, folklore, and famous expression in his writings and speeches." From the authors: more
Princess Marthe Bibesco
London: Robert Hale Limited, 1957.
This is the first edition, first printing of a biography of Winston S. Churchill written by his friend, Princess Bibesco. Condition is very good in more
London: Jonathan Cape Ltd, 1992.
This is the first edition, first printing of historian Dr. Paul Addison's examination of Winston Churchill's role in the development of modern Britain. Zoller notes, more
Robert Rhodes James
New York: Viking Penguin Books, 1991.
This is the first U.S. edition, fine condition in a fine dust jacket with the only flaw being a discrete black line remainder mark on more
London: Bloomsbury, 1991.
First edition. This book purports to exonerate Churchill from many popular mistakes charged against him, such as the sinking of the French fleet at Meres-el-Kebir more
Springfield, Ohio: The Crowell Publishing Company, 1949.
This is an original magazine publication containing an article on Churchill's life after his first Premiership. In this article journalist Lester Velie examines Winston Churchill's more
Edited by Neil Ferrier
New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1965.
Second edition, revised and updated after Churchill's death. Some photos from the first edition of 1955 are deleted and photos of Churchill's state funeral are more
"Ephesian" (C.E. Bechhofer Roberts)
New York: Robert M. McBride & Company, 1928.
First U.S. edition. An early biography of Churchill, concluding during his service as Chancellor of the Exchequer. An interesting view of Churchill in mid-career. "Certainly more
J. W. Fletcher
Sydney: New Century Press, 1941.
Given that Churchill was blamed for the World War I Dardanelles disaster, which took such a heavy toll on Australian soldiers, Churchill's reputation in Australia more