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Finest Hour 157: Churchill and the French

This month we include two articles on Churchill and Napoleon from of our recent issue 157 of Finest Hour.

This month’s feature, from an upcoming issue our quarterly journal Finest Hour, includes two articles on Churchill and Napoleon.

The first article is authored by Allen Packwood, the Director of the Churchill Archives at Churchill College, Cambridge and the Executive Director of The Churchill Centre (UK), entitled A Tale of Two Statesmen. The second is from the Finest Hour archives; Napoleon Lives Again in “St Helena”, written by Winston S. Churchill, grandson of the Prime Minister.

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