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Marlborough: His Life and Times, Volume 1 [of 4] (1933)

by Winston S. Churchill

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"Marlborough His Life and Times", first published in 1933 was written by the Winston Churchill who later became British Prime Minister. It was NOT written by his grandson, who was born 7 years later.
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Biography/History. Abridged. Winston Churchill's biography of his famous ancestor, John Duke of Marlborough, provides a unique instance of sympathy between author and subject. The first Duke of Marlborough is one of the great commanders of English and world history. His military successes were unmatched even by Napoleon . . .

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