Winston Churchill’s fascinating Second World War collection
One of the most fascinating works of history ever written, Winston Churchill's monumental The Second World War collection is a six-volume account of the struggle of the Allied powers in Europe against...
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WWII Day-By-Day: September 21
21 Sep 38: Winston Churchill warns of the futility of appeasing Adolf Hitler, saying "The belief that security can be obtained by throwing a small state to the wolves is a fatal delusion."
The Most Iconic Photographs of All Time - LIFE
Experience LIFE's visual record of the 20th century by exploring the most iconic photographs from one of the most famous private photo collections in the world.
Prime Minister Winston Churchill and General Sir Bernard Montgomery & his dog (named Rommel) in Normandy at Montgomery's caravan at his headquarters at Chateau Creully, 7 August 1944, Morris (Sgt)
Prime Minister Winston Churchill and General Sir Bernard Montgomery & his dog (named Rommel) in Normandy at Montgomery's caravan at his headquarters at Chateau Creully, 7 August 1944 by Morris (Sgt). Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, and postcards. Imperial War Museums
World War One letter from Kitchener to Churchill shows tension
A letter from Lord Kitchener, Secretary of State for War, to Winston Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty in August 1914, shows how unprepared Britain was at the outbreak of the First World War.