World War II

FORCE OF NATURE

S EARLY AS THE 1920s, Winston Churchill had complained to his friend Frederick Linde-mann that “far too much has been and is being written about me.” One can only imagine what he must have thought toward the end of his life some 40 years later. Churchill is such an

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