Thoughts and adventures

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T. Butterworth, 1932 - Biography & Autobiography - 319 pages
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Review: Thoughts and Adventures: Churchill Reflects on Spies, Cartoons, Flying, and the Future

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Here in this volume a new generation of readers will be exposed to this remarkable man who, though far from infallible or bereft of blind spots, nonetheless strides across our age like legend out of antiquity. http://newledger.com/2009/06/churchil... Read full review

Contents

Cartoons and Cartoonists
23
Consistency in Politics
39
The Battle of Sidney Street
65
Copyright

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