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Winston Churchill Prime Minister "Painting As A Pastime" 1950 Book Photos Illustrated

Churchill, Winston Prime Minister Painting As A Pastime 1950 Book Photos Illustrated
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Churchill, Winston Prime Minister "Painting As A Pastime" 1950 Book Photos Illustrated
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Winston Churchill-"Painting As A Pastime"-1950-Cornerstone Library-5" X 8"-32 pages-Hardcover Book-With Photos and Color Illustrations-Signed By Author. Soldier, writer, politician and finally prime minister, Winston Churchill was one of Britain's greatest 20th-century heroes. He is particularly remembered for his indomitable spirit while leading Great Britain to victory in World War II. Winston Churchill fought with the British Army in India and Sudan in the late 1800s, and as a journalist was captured in South Africa (where his dispatches from the Boer War first brought him to public prominence). His escape from the Boers and across the border to freedom made his name, and he was welcomed home as a young hero. He became a member of Parliament in 1900 and remained an MP for over 64 years. His early topsy-turvy political career earned him many enemies, but his stirring speeches, bulldog tenacity and refusal to make peace with Adolf Hitler made him the popular choice to lead England through World War II. When Britain and its allies prevailed in 1945, Churchill's place in history was assured. (Ironically, he lost the prime ministership two months after Germany's surrender, when the opposition Labor Party took majority control of Parliament.) One of the 20th century's most quotable wits, Winston Churchill wrote a plethora of histories, biographies and memoirs, including the landmark four-volume A History of the English-speaking Peoples (1956-58). In 1953 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature; he was knighted the same year. The book has been autographed on the title page by Winston Churchill with a fountain pen in blue.................BOTH BOOK AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.