Churchill

By: Roy Jenkins

Catalogue Number: VM8-J7PK

Churchill

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • ISBN: 9780330488051
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Synopsis

From the admiralty to the miner's strike, from the Battle of Britain to the Nobel Prize, Churchill oversaw some of the most important events the World has ever seen. Roy Jenkins faithfully presents these events, while also managing to convey the contradictions and quirks in Churchill's character. In depth analysis and brilliant historical research make this a magnificent one-volume biography of an extraordinary life. In some ways a companion piece to his excellent biography of Gladstone, Churchill is packed with insights that only a fellow politician could convey. There is no doubt that he has surpassed himself. This is the biography of the year. - Robert McCrum, Observer . This is a first class, well-sustained work of history and a masterpiece of biography - Andrew Roberts, Sunday Telegraph . Lord Jenkins of Hillhead is an outstanding biographer...it has the narrative power, sweep and sparkle of the author in his prime. - John Grigg, Times .

Author's Biography

Roy Jenkins was the author of many books, including Churchill and Gladstone, which won the Whitbread Prize for Biography. Active in British politics for half a century, he entered the House of Commons in 1948 and subsequently served as Minister of Aviation, Home Secretary, and Chancellor of the Exchequer; he was also the President of the European Commission and Chancellor of Oxford University. In 1987 he took his seat in the House of Lords. He died in January 2003.

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