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Winston Churchill (Trailblazers of the Modern World)

by Fiona Macdonald

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0836852427, Paperback)

Examines the childhood, war years, political career, and personal life of the twentieth-century British statesman, soldier, and historian.

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Examines the childhood, war years, political career, and personal life of the twentieth-century British statesman, soldier, and historian. Trailblazer, Winston Churchill, was the celebrated British prime minister who helped save Europe from Nazi rule during World War II. After completing his education in a less than stellar fashion, Churchill joined the British Army, where he developed his leadership skills. He inspired enormous respect and admiration for his sense of duty, and his courage changed the history of the world. Today people around the world still honor his wartime achievements as a leader during a dark and desperate time.… (more)

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