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David Dilks

Churchill and Company

Last updated: 28 November 2012

David Dilks

27 November 2012, 7.00pm

47 years after his death, Sir Winston Churchill continues to command attention across the world. David Dilks reflects upon Churchill’s relations with friends and rivals from Roosevelt to Stalin and Eden to De Gaulle. Excerpts from recently discovered speeches, previously unheard in this country, will illustrate the talk.

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Churchill and Company

Signed copies of David Dilks's book 'Churchill and Company' will be available to purchase on the night.

Winston Churchill is one of the dominating figures of the 20th century. In this stimulating and original book, David Dilks presents Churchill, not only as a war leader and international statesman, but also as a private person with a rich variety of friendships and rivalries.

1 comment

gilbert
2 November 2012, 9.57am

his churchill and canada was

his churchill and canada was great now churchill and company will be a good read too.

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