Winston Churchill

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Churchill, Winston,

1871–1947, American novelist, b. St. Louis, grad. Annapolis, 1894. He wrote several popular historical novels including Richard Carvel (1899), The Crisis (1901), and The Crossing (1904). His later books, such as Coniston (1906), The Inside of the Cup (1913), and The Dwelling-Place of Light (1917), reflected his interest in social, religious, and political problems.

Churchill, Winston

(1874–1965) statesman whose rousing oratory led the British in WWII. [Br. Hist.: NCE, 556]
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Compared to some of the overwrought response to the death of Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, Cassandra and Mulchrone were restrained, almost brusque and factual.
And yet while in a public vote he was named the greatest Briton of all time, most people know comparatively little about the early life of Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, despite it being his derring-do in the face of the enemy which initially made him famous and helped to start his political career.

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