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The Gathering Storm (The Second World War) (edition 1986)
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 039541055X, Paperback)Winston Churchill was not only a statesman and leader of historic proportions, he also possessed substantial literary talents. These two factors combine to make The Gathering Storm a unique work. The first volume of Churchill's memoirs, this selection is broken into two parts. The first, "From War to War," consists of Churchill's critical observations on the settlement of World War I and its place in the causes of the Second World War. The second volume contains letters and memoranda from the British government--of which Churchill was part--as the country plunged unprepared into war. This stands as the best of history: written as it was made, by the man who made it.
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Covers the period from the Treaty of Versailles to Churchill's appointment as Prime Minister in 1940.
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An edition of this book was published by Penguin Australia.
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