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The Bravest Deed I Ever Saw
Finest Hour 183, First Quarter 2019 Page 36 By Ronald I. Cohen Ronald I. Cohen MBE is author of A[...]
Action This Day – Winter 1894, 1919, 944
Finest Hour 183, First Quarter 2019 Page 38 By Michael McMenamin 125 Years ago Winter 1894 • Age 19 “Keep[...]
Books, Arts, & Curiosities – The Noblest Adventure
Finest Hour 183, First Quarter 2019 Page 40 Review by Raymond Callahan Raymond Callahan is Professor Emeritus of History at[...]
Books, Arts, & Curiosities – Maternal Love
Finest Hour 183, First Quarter 2019 Page 42 Review by Zoe Colbeck Zoe Colbeck is the General Manager for the[...]
The Private Secretaries
Finest Hour 183, First Quarter 2019 Page 21 Two of Winston Churchill’s longest serving private secretaries were, like the man[...]
Books, Arts, & Curiosities – Warlord at Work
Finest Hour 183, First Quarter 2019 Page 43 Review by David Freeman David Freeman is editor of Finest Hour. Allen[...]
Books, Arts, & Curiosities – Painting with a Purpose
Finest Hour 183, First Quarter 2019 Page 44 Review by David Freeman David Cannadine, ed., Churchill: The Statesman as Artist,[...]
Churchilliana
Churchill Collectables: The British Bulldog By BRIAN KRAPF There are only two known wartime porcelain pieces which portray Winston Churchill[...]
Churchill Style
The Art of Being Winston Churchill: The Siren Suit Churchill wears his siren suit in meeting with General Montgomery By[...]
D-Day: FDR & Churchill
FDR Presidential Library Announces Major Exhibit The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York is marking the[...]
On the Eve
D-Day: The Supreme Climax of the War By WINSTON S. CHURCHILL On the eve of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the[...]
Andrew Roberts Returns
Churchill Biographer Joins 36th International Conference Early-Bird Ticket Sales End This Month Award-winning author Andrew Roberts, author of the best-selling[...]
Churchill Pentland Scholarship
ICS Chairman Helps to Fund Educational Opportunities International Churchill Society Chairman Laurence Geller is helping to fund new scholarship opportunities[...]
Books, Arts, & Curiosities – Red Alert
Finest Hour 183, First Quarter 2019 Page 46 Review by Nigel Hamilton Nigel Hamilton is Senior Fellow in the McCormack[...]
Churchill’s Bestiary: The Golden Orfe
Finest Hour 183, First Quarter 2019 Page 50 By Piers Brendon Extract from Churchill's Bestiary (2018) In 1938 Churchill stocked[...]
Georgina Landemare: The Churchills’ Longest-serving Cook
Finest Hour 183, First Quarter 2019 Page 30 By Annie Gray Annie Gray is a historian specialising in British food[...]

Winston S Churchill

19 May 1927

'I have always been very much struck by the advantage enjoyed by people who lived at an earlier period of the world than one’s own. They had the first opportunity of saying the right thing. Over and over again it has happened to me to think of something which I thought was worth saying, only to find that it had been already exploited, and very often spoiled, before I had an opportunity of saying it.'