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Books, Arts & Curiosities – A Modern Major Reformer
Finest Hour 182, Fall 2018 Page 44 Review by W. Mark Hamilton Matthew S. Seligmann, Rum, Sodomy, Prayers, & the[...]
Books, Arts & Curiosities – Impatient Patient
Finest Hour 182, Fall 2018 Page 46 Review by Katherine Anne Carter Jill Rose, Nursing Churchill: Wartime Life from the Private[...]
Churchilliana
By BRIAN KRAPF I enjoy wartime folk art depictions of Churchill. The fact that people used their time and skill[...]
Fulton: A Must-Visit for 2019
America’s National Churchill Museum recently received high praise from the Wall Street Journal. The newspaper cited the Museum’s upcoming 50th Anniversary[...]
Unconditional Surrender
By WINSTON S. CHURCHILL In his brilliant new study How Churchill Waged War, Allen Packwood analyzes the decision made by the[...]
Churchill Style
By BARRY SINGER Winston Churchill’s cigar habits changed over time. Prior to the First World War, his cigar bills were exorbitant[...]
Five Minutes with Andrew Roberts
While touring North America in connection with the publication of his new best-selling biography Churchill: Walking with Destiny, Andrew Roberts stopped[...]
Winston as Warlord
Allen Packwood, How Churchill Waged War, Frontline, 2018, 260 pages, £25/$34.95. ISBN 978–1473893894 Review by David Freeman Reflecting on his[...]
Books, Arts & Curiosities – News from MI5
Finest Hour 182, Fall 2018 Page 47 Review by David Stafford Nigel West, Churchill’s Spy Files: MI5’s Top Secret Wartime[...]
Books, Arts & Curiosities – Churchill as a Literary Character: WSC in Fiction
Finest Hour 182, Fall 2018 Page 48 Susan Elia MacNeil, The Prisoner in the Castle: A Maggie Hope Mystery, Bantam,[...]
Churchill’s New Audience | #Armistice100
Finest Hour 182, Fall 2018 Page 50 By Megan Spilker Megan Spilker is Social Media Manager at the National World[...]
FROM THE EDITOR – Finest Hour 181
Finest Hour 181, Summer 2018 Page 04 By David Freeman, July 2018 Winston Churchill was a professionally trained army officer.[...]
LETTERS – Finest Hour 181
Finest Hour 181, Summer 2018 Page 05 Email: info@winstonchurchill.org Tweet: @ChurchillCentre HAMPSHIRE—I am pleased that this issue is about Churchill’s[...]
The Military Churchill
Finest Hour 181, Summer 2018 Page 10 By Douglas S. Russell Douglas S. Russell is author of Winston Churchill, Soldier:[...]
The Great War and Different Memories: Churchill, Haig, and the Legacy of Blame
Finest Hour 181, Summer 2018 Page 14 By Mason W. Watson Historians commonly represent Winston Churchill’s relationship with Field Marshal[...]
Books, Arts & Curiosities – Heavy Weather
Finest Hour 182, Fall 2018 Page 48 Review by Jane Flaherty Pressure by David Haig premiered in Edinburgh in 2014[...]

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.'