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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
Nashville, Tennessee: Thomas Nelson, 1996.
This attractive little book is one of many providing a selection of Churchill quotes and aphorisms. What distinguishes this one is that the selections are more
Text By The Times of London
The Viking Press, 1965.
This is a coffee table size book measuring 13 inches tall by 10 inches wide. It is stuffed with large format black and white photos more
London: New English Library, 1965.
First edition, published only in paperback. This brief biography published the year Churchill died is notable for containing a 16 page portfolio of pencil sketches more
With a Foreword by Clement Attlee
London: The Reader's Digest Association Limited, 1965.
This Reader's Digest publication consists of 64 pages of anecdotes, observations, and illustrations as reported over the years by Reader's Digest. It is the sort 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: Andre Deutsch, 1967.
This book by Churchill's second daughter, Sarah, is her account of her thoughts during the funeral of her father in 1965, including various past conversations, 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
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New Hampshire: Rumford Press, 1942.
This unusual little wartime booklet contains photographs of Churchill and excerpts from his speeches from May 1940 through March 1941. This is the American printing more
R. W. Thompson
New York: M. Evans and Company, Inc, 1967.
This book, published in the UK under the title "The Montgomery Legend", is a revisionist work that deals with Churchill's relationship with Montgomery and claims more
London: Hamilton & Co., ("A Panther Book"), 1964.
This is the Panther paperback edition of Moorhead's book, which was originally published in 1964. Per bibliographer Curt Zoller, the author "weaves cartoons, manuscripts, and more
various contributors, edited by Sir James Marchant
London: Cassell & Company Ltd, 1954.
This highly regarded little book is a collection of eighteen tributes from friends and colleagues on Churchill's eightieth birthday. The effect is a composite portrait 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
Philadelphia: De Capo Press, 2015.
This is an new copy of Adventures of a Young War Correspondent. By his mid-twenties, before he took his first seat in Parliament, Winston Churchill more
Winston S. Churchill, Compiled by Adam Sykes and Iain Sproat
London: Leslie Frewin, 1965.
This is one of the many books paying tribute to Winston S. Churchill published swiftly following his death in 1965. Within this volume are Churchill more
Violet Bonham Carter
New York: Harcourt Brace & World, New York, 1965.
The author was a close friend of Churchill and the daughter of Prime Minister Herbert Asquith, the second Prime Minister in whose Cabinet Churchill served. 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
R. G. Grant
London: Bison Books, Ltd, 1989.
This is a profusely illustrated, oversize biography of Winston S. Churchill. The book divides Churchill's life into ten chapters, each containing biography abundantly illustrated with 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
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