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Churchill Goes Digital

The Churchill Centre adds the new Finest Hour digital edition. 

The Churchill Centre has secured another beachhead in the digital world, placing a foot firmly on the shore of the 21st century in order to reach more Churchillians across the world.

FH155-CoverFinest Hour 155 due out later this month.Finest Hour is now available in a new digital format, in addition to its current print format, which continues to be treasured and collected by members. It’s now available on all of the standard reader platforms including the iPad, Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook, along with being available on the web with any PC or laptop.

Current members of The Churchill Centre, at a level of $100 or above, will now see this included as part of their annual membership, along with all the other great reasons to be Churchill Centre member.

Members will continue to also receive the print edition of Finest Hour; access to all of the online content including back issues of Finest Hour; our monthly email newsletter Chartwell Bulletin, covering all of the recent Churchill news; and invitations to local, national, and international events.

If you are not yet a member at this level and wish to upgrade your membership, please contact Dan Myers at [email protected] or by telephone on +1-888-WSC-1874 or +1 (630) 512-9341.

If you are not yet a Churchill Centre member and wish to subscribe to our new digital edition only, you can do so for $24.95/yr by following this link. If you would like to become with all of the other benefits, please follow this link.

Finest Hour 154 was the first issue to be presented in this new format and Finest Hour 155, which is due out shortly, will be the first delivered to membership.

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