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Churchill Book Signing

Authors Attending 2016 Churchill Conference Will
be Available During Scheduled Book-signing Session

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A new feature of this year’s Thirty-third International Churchill Conference will be a scheduled period on the afternoon of Friday, October 28th during which authors either speaking at or attending the conference will be available to sign their books, copies of which will be available for sale. Those participating will include Edwina Sandys signing her beautifully illustrated book about her grandfather, Winston Churchill: A Passion for Painting. To see the full list of authors and titles, please click on the Read More tab below.

Alonzo Hamby: Man of Destiny: FDR and the Making of the American Century

Nigel Hamilton: Commander in Chief: FDR’s Battle with Churchill, 1943

William Hitchcock: The Bitter Road to Freedom: The Human Cost of Allied Victory in World War II Europe

Dane Kennedy: Decolonization: A Very Short Introduction

David Lough: No More Champagne: Churchill and His Money

Michael Makovsky: Churchill’s Promised Land: Zionism and Statecraft

Terry Reardon: Winston Churchill and Mackenzie King: So Similar, So Different

Andrew Roberts: Napoleon: A Life

Kevin Ruane: Churchill and the Bomb

Edwina Sandys: Winston Churchill: A Passion for Painting

Alan Watson: Churchill’s Legacy: Two Speeches to Save the World

Please note that this list is subject to change without notice. Only books purchased at the conference will be signed during the scheduled period. 

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