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Churchill's Empire: The World that Made Him and the World He Made
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Churchill's Empire: The World that Made Him and the World He Made

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History
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0230703844
Author
Richard Toye
Publisher
MACMILLAN
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Churchill's image is as an imperial die-hard implacably opposed to colonial freedom. However his relationship to Empire is far more complex and ambigious. Written by the acclaimed young historian Richard Toye this absorbing book is the first to provide a comprehensive account of Churchill's lifelong involvement with Empire from his childhood schooldays to his final premiership in the 1950s. ...

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    Category Type
    History
    ISBN
    0230703844
    Item EAN
    2724329085057
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    Author
    Richard Toye
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    Publisher
    MACMILLAN
    Category Type
    History
    ISBN
    0230703844
    Item EAN
    2724329085057
    People
    Author
    Richard Toye
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    Publisher
    MACMILLAN
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    Description:

    Churchill's image is as an imperial die-hard implacably opposed to colonial freedom. However his relationship to Empire is far more complex and ambigious. Written by the acclaimed young historian Richard Toye this absorbing book is the first to provide a comprehensive account of Churchill's

    Churchill's image is as an imperial die-hard implacably opposed to colonial freedom. However his relationship to Empire is far more complex and ambigious. Written by the acclaimed young historian Richard Toye this absorbing book is the first to provide a comprehensive account of Churchill's lifelong involvement with Empire from his childhood schooldays to his final premiership in the 1950s. Combining a lightness of touch and surprising detail with expert and insightful hypotheses and drawing upon a wealth of published and unpublished evidence - from private diaries to African war poetry - Churchill's Empire provides a vivid and dynamic account of a remarkable man and an extraordinary era.

    • ISBN 10: 0230703844
    • ISBN 13: 9780230703841
 

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