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Scotland’s Real Strength
Finest Hour 189, Third Quarter 2020 Page 19 By Winston S. Churchill In the first volume of A History of[...]
“He Is a Great Man”
Finest Hour 189, Third Quarter 2020 Page 20 By Piers Brendon Piers Brendon is author of Churchill’s Bestiary: His Life[...]
Churchill, the Admiralty, and Scotland
Finest Hour 189, Third Quarter 2020 Page 26 By Robin Brodhurst Robin Brodhurst is author of Churchill’s Anchor: Admiral of[...]
Churchill in Dundee, 1921
Finest Hour 189, Third Quarter 2020 Page 32 By David Stafford David Stafford is author of Oblivion or Glory: 1921[...]
A Scottish Honorary Degree
Finest Hour 189, Third Quarter 2020 Page 38 By Ronald I. Cohen Ronald I. Cohen MBE is author of A[...]
“Keep Their Silliest People in Order”
Finest Hour 189, Third Quarter 2020 Page 40 By David Freeman David Freeman is editor of Finest Hour. To return[...]
Action This Day – Summer 1895, 1920, 1945
Finest Hour 189, Third Quarter 2020 Page 42 By Michael McMenamin 125 Years Ago Summer 1895 • Age 20 “I[...]
Delicious Reading
Finest Hour 189, Third Quarter 2020 Page 44 Review by Katherine Carter Annie Gray, Victory in the Kitchen: The Life[...]
That Other Hamilton Woman
Finest Hour 189, Third Quarter 2020 Page 45 Review by Andrew Roberts Celia Lee, Jean, Lady Hamilton 1861–1942: Diaries of[...]
The Boffin and The Dam Busters
Finest Hour 189, Third Quarter 2020 Page 46 Review by  Mark Klobas Max Hastings, Operation Chastise: The RAF’s Most Brilliant[...]
How Churchill Opened a “Window”
Finest Hour 189, Third Quarter 2020 Page 47 Review by Robert A. McLain Robert A. McLain is Professor of History[...]
The Turn of the Tide
Finest Hour 189, Third Quarter 2020 Page 49 Review by Leon J. Waszak Leon J. Waszak is author of Agreement[...]
Supporter Spotlight
Finest Hour 189, Third Quarter 2020 Page 49 This spring the oldest member of the International Churchill Society celebrated her[...]
O’Brien Joins Churchill 2020
United States National Security Advisor Ambassador Robert C. O’Brien will participate in the International Churchill Society’s 2020 virtual conference, which[...]
Churchilliana
By BRIAN KRAPF This beautiful multi coloured calendar is made of heavy paper and is one foot in height. It[...]
Churchill Style
By BARRY SINGER Winston Churchill’s most beloved book, My Early Life, was first published 90 years ago this month. He[...]

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.'