'To keep the memory green and the record accurate.'
Sir Winston Churchill was arguably the greatest statesman of the twentieth century. His political life spanned more than sixty years and he held high office for much of this time. He is generally regarded as the man through whose military and political skill, diplomacy, inspiration and powers of persuasion the Second World War was won.
Allister Vale and John Scadding provide a uniquely comprehensive and readable account of Churchill’s many medical problems, from childhood to his terminal illness, set in the context of his life as one of the greatest statesmen of the twentieth century.
See what Randolph Churchill, Allen Packwood, Andrew Roberts and others are saying about -
Winston Churchill's Illnesses.
The Churchill Project says: A Vital Medical Contribution by Doctors Vale and Scadding (hillsdale.edu)
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