Randolph Churchill Helps Launch a Hotel Suite in Dubai that Honors his Great Grandfather
A free journal published monthly by The Churchill CentreEditor: David Freeman, Ph.D. Contact the Editor via e-mail here.Executive Director: Lee Pollock
Over the past year, The Churchill Centre has developed a good working relationship with the group Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP) to help develop a better understanding of Winston Churchill’s legacy in the diplomats of the future. YPFP was founded in 2004 to foster the next generation of foreign policy leaders by providing young professionals with the knowledge, skills, exposure, and relationships to tackle critical global challenges over the course of their careers.
The Chartwell Bulletin recently met with David Freeman to discuss his responsibilities as editor of the Bulletin and Finest Hour, The Churchill Centre’s quarterly journal that appears in both print and electronic format.
CB: How did you come to be The Churchill Centre’s Director of Publications?
DF: My interest in Churchill started as a teenager, when I began reading his books. I soon joined what was then called the International Churchill Society, which later evolved into The Churchill Centre. I began contributing articles to Finest Hour when I was a student in college and continued this through the years until I was invited to take over as editor of the Chartwell Bulletin at the start of 2013. When Richard M. Langworth retired as editor of Finest Hour at the end of the following year, he recommended me as his successor to the Board of Trustees. And so here I am. Read More >
The daytime program for the thirty-third International Churchill Conference is now published. The theme of this year’s conference will be “Churchill: Friends and Contemporaries.” Speakers include: Randolph Churchill, Sir David Cannadine, Andrew Roberts, Lord Watson of Richmond, Candice Millard, and many more distinguished authorities. For booking details and to see the full program, please click on the Read More tab below. Read More >