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Winston Churchill's London at War Walk: Follow in the Footsteps of Britain's Great World War II Prime Minister by Paul Garner; Louis London Walks. During WWII, Winston Churchill was Britain’s inspirational wartime Prime Minster. This self-guided walking tour explores the London of Winston Churchill at this pivotal time in history.Westminster will always be inextricably linked with Churchill. It was here during WWII that Churchill’s personality and bulldog spirit shined, and where many of his most defining achievements were made. Westminster was his home, where he remained with his family, and also his place of work, where he wrote and broadcast many of his most memorable speeches. It was from here that, from an underground bunker, he orchestrated the War in Europe and beyond, and where if all else failed, he would make his last stand.

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The Fifties Mystique by Jessica Mann; Quartet Books

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The 1950s Home by Sophie Leighton; Shire Publications

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Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates; Vintage Classics.As the progressive reforms of the 1960s opened up new paths for women and their roles in society became more prominent and diverse, the domestic ideal of the 1950s came under greater scrutiny. Richard Yates’ novel Revolutionary Road, for example, depicts an outwardly perfect suburban middle-class marriage falling apart.

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Testament Of Youth: An Autobiographical Study of the Years 1900-1925 by Shirley Williams (Foreword), Vera Brittain (Author), Mark Bostridge (Introduction); Virago.Vera Brittain’s Testament of Youth is a memoir of her experiences as a Voluntary Aid Detachment nurse and provides a vivid demonstration of the impact the conflict had on women and society during the war.

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Winston Churchill Coaster Collection (Set of 6) Six coasters in blue giftbox with paintings by Sir Winston S. Churchill: Tapestries at Blenheim, A Guardsman at Buckingham Palace, The Palladian Bridge at Wilton, Bottlescape, View of Chartwell, Study of Boats. From 1919 when he began receiving guidance from his friend, society painter, Sir John Lavery, Winston Churchill always had his paints with him and would paint in his spare moments. This collection features his work on a variaty of his favourite subjects and places. 11 x 11 cm. Price £19.99

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Winston Churchill in the Twenty First Century by David Cannadine (Editor) and Roland Quinault (Editor); Cambridge University Press

Winston Churchill’s War Leadership

Winston Churchill’s War Leadership: Continue to Pester, Nag and Bite by Martin Gilbert; Pimlico. How does Churchill assess the information that is brought to him? How does his personal or political philosophy, or a moral sense, sustain him? How does he draw inspiration from those around him? How does he deal with setbacks and disasters? This consise book, based originally on a lecture delivered to President George W. Bush’s senior staff, gets to the heart of the trials and struggles that have confronted the world’s most powerful leaders, even up to today.Basing the book on his intimate knowledge of Churchill’s private and official papers, Churchill’s official biographer, looks at the public figure and wartime propaganda to reveal a very human, sensitive, and often tormented man, who nevertheless found the strength to lead his nation forward from the darkest and most dangerous times.

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Winston Churchill and the Dardanelles by Trumbull Higgins; Collier-Macmillan

Winston Churchill and the British Monarchy by David Cannadine; Royal Historical Society

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Winston Churchill by Sir William Newenham Montague Orpen To mark the fiftieth anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill's death, Halcyon Days is proud to have created,in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery, a limited edition enamel box. A piece we hope will be a fitting tribute to Britain's prodigious wartime leader. The portrait, which can be seen on the lid of the box, was painted in 1916 by Sir William Newenham Montague Orpen and offers us a rare glimpse into the depths of Churchill's character. Perhaps because of the recent disaster at Gallipoli, Churchill's expression seems deeply troubled, making this portrait quite unique in capturing his profound, personal sense of humanity, as well as his public role as a statesman. Appropriately perhaps, these boxes are examples of great British craftsmanship, being painstakingly hand-painted in our factory in England, using all the traditional techniques for which Halcyon Days has developed an unparalleled reputation. To give it a perfect finish, the box has been lined with leather and mounted on gold, ensuring this is one of the finest and most enduring ways of commemorating a leader whom many view to be Britain's greatest Prime Minister. £325.00

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Winston Churchill and Emery Reves: Correspondence 1937-1964 by Martin Gilbert; University of Texas Press. Early in 1937, Emery Reves, the enterprising owner of an independent press service called Cooperation made Winston Churchill an irresistible offer. He would place Churchill’s articles on current world events in major newspapers across Europe. So began a profitable business relationship that grew through time into an enduring personal friendship. This book chronicles that relationship through the entire body of correspondence between Winston Churchill and Emery Reves. It preserves a compelling record of how each man used the other’s talents to forward a cause that passionately engaged them both – the spread of democratic ideals.

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Winston Churchill by Stuart Ball; British Library

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Winston Churchill "Mallows" Jug A porcelain jug featuring "Mallows" by Winston Churchill. Height: 21cm. Length: 20.5cm. Width: 10.5cm. This collection has been specially created by Border Fine Arts to celebrate Churchill's paintings. This piece comes well presented in a smart blue gift box. Price £49.98

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Winston Churchill 1874 - 1965 Mint Set A set of eight evocative stamps, available in mint condition or Cancelled to Order, showcase the range of Sir Winston Churchill's life activities from statesman and orator to leisure painter and bricklayer. The sheet set bears the official Churchill 2015 logo of the Churchill Alliance, which is spearheading commemorations of the 50th anniversary of his death. See more here.Price: £6.34

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Winston Churchill 1874 - 1965 CTO Set A set of eight evocative stamps, available in mint condition or Cancelled to Order, showcase the range of Sir Winston Churchill's life activities from statesman and orator to leisure painter and bricklayer. The sheet set bears the official Churchill 2015 logo of the Churchill Alliance, which is spearheading commemorations of the 50th anniversary of his death. See more here.Price: £6.34

Winston Churchill: Jackdaw

Winston Churchill: Jackdaw by Martin Gilbert; TBS The Book Service Ltd. A folder, designed for schools, containing a dozen facsimile documents, including the proclamation signed by President John F. Kennedy conferring on Winston Churchill United States Citizenship, newspaper articles, telegrams, excerpts from his speeches and articles, and also specially drawn maps.

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Winston and Blenheim (Churchill's Destiny) by John Forster, Jeri Bapasola ; Blenheim Palace

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Winston By Adam Birtwistle Sir Winston Churchill by Adam Birtwistle, 2006. Each enamel box has been lovingly handcrafted by a team of highly skilled artisans. The process, which has been handed down through generations, requires painstaking accuracy, patience and dedication. £250.00

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Winston Churchill: Clarendon Biographies by Martin Gilbert; OUP. Sir Martin’s first book about Churchill, published originally as one of The Clarendon Biographies, this slim volume is an introduction to Winston Churchill and his life. Schoolchildren and those interested in a basic and concise biography will find it essential reading.

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The orders decorations and medals of Sir Winston Churchill Douglas S. Russell; International Churchill Society of the United States Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill Society

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View at Chartwell by Winston Churchill Square Plate (Small) A porcelain plate featuring the “View At Chartwell” by Winston Churchill (Width: 14cm x Length: 14cm). Painted around 1938, this work features Chartwell with its lake, and the Weald of Kent in the distance. Price £19.99

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View at Chartwell by Winston Churchill Covered Box (Square) A square porcelain giftware box featuring the “View At Chartwell” by Winston Churchill (Height 5cm). Price £24.99

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Victory Teddy This charming piece fuses many classic British icons to creating a delightful and amusing sculpture. This delicately hand-painted teddy bear stands in the iconic pose and clothes of Sir Winston Churchill above a base which is painted in the form of the Union Flag. Naturally, this piece was designed and crafted in England, using all the traditional techniques which ensure that it is of the highest quality and something which truly embodies the British spirit. 10% of every purchase online will be donated to St George's RAF Chapel in Kent. £170.00

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Victory (1946) by Sir Winston S. Churchill; RosettaBooks

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Chasing Churchill by Celia Sandys; HarperCollins Publishers Ltd

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Tommy's War by Richard van Emden; Bloomsbury

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To Improve Is To Change... Mug As part of a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill, Halcyon Days is delighted to have created a series of mugs which include some of his most famous and funny witticisms. In this quote, one can get a sense of the restlessness which Churchill felt throughout his life and the great energy which drove him to accomplish so much. Crafted from English Fine Bone China and delicately hand gilded with gold these mugs are a fabulous and amusing way of celebrating Churchill's exceptional wit. 10% of every purchase online will be donated to St George's RAF Chapel in Kent. £25.00

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Winston Churchill Reporting by Simon Read; Da Capo Press. Long before his finest hour as Britain's wartime leader, Winston Churchill emerged on the world stage as a brazen foreign correspondent, covering wars of empire in Cuba, India, the Sudan, and South Africa. In those far-flung corners of the world, reporting from the front lines between 1895 and 1900, Churchill mastered his celebrated command of language and formed strong opinions about war. He thought little of his own personal safety, so convinced was he of his destiny, jumping at any chance to be where bullets flew and canons roared. "I have faith in my star-that I am intended to do something in the world," he wrote to his mother at the age of twenty-three before heading into battle. Based on his private letters and war reportage, Winston Churchill Reporting intertwines young Winston's daring exploits in combat, adventures in distant corners of the globe, and rise as a major literary talent-experiences that shaped the world leader he was to become.

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Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years [DVD] 'It's easy to forget that, though fronting the British war effort through most of World War Two, Winston Churchill had spent the previous decade isolated in Parliament and in an internal opposition to the Conservative party. 'Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years' dramatises this period, in which the growing menace of Nazism in Germany was met with indifference, even fear by governments of the day who were more concerned with their survival than in serving those who had elected them. Churchill is perceptively played by Robert Hardy who confirms the image without falling into caricature. Visionary and obstinate by turns, he galvanises his supporters and enrages his enemies with a passion borne of conviction. A seasoned British cast includes Peter Barkworth as the amiable but ineffectual Stanley Baldwin, Eric Porter as the truly "out of time" Neville Chamberlain, Edward Woodward as the scheming Samuel Hoare, and Nigel Havers as the tragically flawed Randolph Churchill. Martin Gilbert has done a persuasive job transforming his novel into a TV script, the scenes in the House of Commons having a gritty reality that makes compulsive viewing.'

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The Will of the People: Winston Churchill and Parliamentary Democracy by Martin Gilbert; Vintage Canada. Throughout his career, Churchill did his utmost to ensure that Parliament was effective and that it was not undermined by either adversarial party politics or by elected members who sought to manipulate it. Even the defeat of the Conservative Party in the General election of 1945, which ended his wartime premiership, in no way haltered his faith in parliamentary democracy. “It is the will of the people,” he said, and he meant it. Reflecting on the importance of the Second World War as a means of restoring democracy, Churchill told the House of Commons: “At the bottom of all the tributes paid to democracy is the little man, walking into the little booth, with a little pencil, making a little cross on a little bit of paper – no amount of rhetoric or voluminous discussion can possibly diminish the overwhelming importance of that point.

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Churchill's War This DVD features rare and unseen ITN archive footage of Churchill as he made history, allowing a fascinating insight into his leadership

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The Oxford Companion to British Railway History: From 1603 to the 1990s by Jack Simmons (Editor), Gordon Biddle (Editor) ; OUP Oxford

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The Sinews of Peace (1948) by Sir Winston S. Churchill; RosettaBooks

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The Soldier's War by Richard van Emden; Bloomsbury

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Young Titan by Michael Shelden; Simon & Schuster

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The Second World War: Abridged Edition (1959) by Sir Winston S. Churchill; Houghton Mifflin Company

The River War: An Account of the Reconquest of the Sudan by Sir Winston S. Churchill; St Augsustine's Press

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Winston Churchill - the Wilderness Years: A Lone Voice Against Hitler in the Prelude to War Martin Gilbert; Tauris Parke Paperbacks. This is the story – published in association with the ITV series of the same name – of the ten remarkable years up to the Second World War during which Churchill remained alone, and abused in the political wilderness.In 1928 Churchill was at the height of his career. He was Chancellor of the Exchequer and when he spoke in the House of Commons MPs of every party flocked to hear his oratory. The leadership of the all-powerful Conservative party seemed within his grasp. A year later, however, all had changed. The Conservatives themselves were defeated, and out of office, Churchill found himself at odds with the leadership.Fed with secret inside information by a small, brave band of men – some of them risking their careers to help him – Churchill consistently warned of the Nazi danger, even before the rise of Hitler. His message was belittled by the Government, which fought him at every turn. But Churchill never gave up.

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Winston Churchill: His Life as a Painter by Mary Soames; HarperCollins Publishers Ltd

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The Patriot's Churchill by Richard M. Langworth; Ebury Press

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The People's Rights (1910) by Sir Winston S. Churchill; RosettaBooks

The Penguin Historical Atlas of the British Empire Nigel Dalziel (Author), Haywood and Hall (Editor), John Mackenzie (Introduction) ; Penguin

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The Literary Churchill: Author, Reader, Actor Jonathan Rose explores Churchill’s careers as statesman and author in The Literary Churchill: Author, Reader, Actor (Yale University Press). The book analyses Churchill’s writings and their reception, together with detail on his dealings with publishers, editors, literary agents, and censors, and also explores the authors who shaped Churchill's own writings and politics: George Bernard Shaw, H. G. Wells, Margaret Mitchell, George Orwell, Oscar Wilde, among others.

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The Man Within by Alison Carlson; Inkshares. Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, 50 years after his death, in rare photos and his own words.

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Churchill: The Power of Words Ed. Martin Gilbert; Bantam. Throughout his six decades in the public eye, Winston Churchill understood and wielded the power of words. In his speeches, books, newspaper and magazine articles, he expressed his feelings and laid out his vision for the future. His wartime writings and speeches in particular have fascinated generation after generation with their powerful narrative style and thoughtful reflection. These 200 extracts from Churchill’s entire oeuvre of books, articles and speeches reflect the essence of Churchill’s thoughts and personality, his life story, career and philosophy. They range from intimate memories of his childhood and schooldays to his contributions to more than 50 years of debates on social policy and on war, and his efforts after 1945 to see the world a better place. The choice of extracts, together with introductory and explanatory text linking them together, create a fascinating and compelling biographical narrative of Churchill’s life as recounted in the great man’s own words.

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My African Journey (1908) by Sir Winston S. Churchill; RosettaBooks

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Churchill's Bomb by Graham Farmelo; Faber and Faber

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The Last Lion: Winston Spencer Churchill by William Manchester and Paul Reid; Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group

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Churchill's "Iron Curtain" Speech Fifty Years Later Ed. by James W. Muller; University of Missouri Press. For a more academic look at the influence of the ‘Iron Curtain’ speech, see James W. Muller’s edited collection of papers (from a conference at Fulton fifty years after the speech),Churchill’s ‘Iron Curtain’ Speech Fifty Years Later.

The Heroic Memory: Memorial Address to the Right Honourable Sir Winston Spencer Churchill Society, Edmonton, Alberta, 1965–1989 Ed. by Peter Midgley; The Children's Presurchill State and Oxford Scholarship Foundation, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2005. A collection of speeches made by those who knew Churchill personally, including Lord Mountbatten, John Colville, Lord and Lady Soames, and more.

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The Home Front by Ian F. Beckett; Bloomsbury

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The Happy Warrior by Frank Bellamy (artist and author), Richard M. Langworth (editor); Unicorn Press Ltd

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The Greatest Briton by Jeremy Havardi; Shepheard-Walwyn Ltd. After several decades of historical revisionism, Winston Churchill remains one of the most controversial figures in modern history. Critics allege he was a diehard imperialist and warmonger, a bitter opponent of the working classes and a maverick opportunist with an insatiable appetite for power. Despite his record as 'the man who won the war', he is often accused of being a war criminal. This book sets out to correct the historical record in a stimulating collection of essays. The author believes that Churchill deserves to be remembered as much for his domestic policy as his wartime achievements.

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The Gathering Storm [DVD] [2002] ‘The Gathering Storm’, starring Albert Finney as Churchill, is a fictionalized portrayal of Churchill in the years leading up to the Second World War, as he tries to warn Britain of the threat posed by Hitler and Nazi Germany

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The Garden at the Mamounia Hotel By Sir Winston Churchill Trinket Tray As part of a series commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill, Halcyon Days is proud to have created, in collaboration with the National Trust Collections, this stunning Fine Bone China trinket tray featuring one of his most joyous paintings. Though Churchill only became a frequent guest of la Mamounia Hotel after the Second World War, his love of Marrakesh stretches back to the mid 1930s, when he first discovered the beauty of the ancient Moroccan city; a beauty which, even in the darkest hours of the war, never failed to inspire his painting and calm his spirit. The paintings which he created whilst there, such as this impression of the gardens at la Mamounia, are outstanding for their bright use of colour, vibrancy and joie de vivre. In keeping with the bright colours of the painting, this new trinket tray has been decorated with an orange base and mounted on silver, forming part of a lucid design which truly captures the essence of the painting's spirit. As ever, this piece has been hand crafted in England by our in-house artists, making this an appropriate and cheerful way of celebrating Winston Churchill, the artist. 10% of every purchase online will be donated to St George's RAF Chapel in Kent. £250.00

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The Onoto Sir Winston Churchill Pinstripe When Winston Churchill wrote to his wife Clementine from the trenches in Northern France in November 1915 in the early stages of The Great War, asking for ‘a new Onoto pen’, it was recognition that a Great British pen brand had found favour by the Greatest Briton that ever lived. How appropriate then that almost 100 years later, The Onoto Pen Company should be chosen to produce a range of pens to celebrate Churchill’s life and, in particular, his love of writing. The Sir Winston Churchill Fountain Pen range is officially authorised by Churchill Heritage and the proceeds support good causes and educational initiatives associated with preserving the heritage and legacy of Sir Winston Churchill. Material: High density fusion-bonded acrylic white/black/pearl blue. Nib: Large Onoto size 7. Cap fittings: Hallmarked sterling silver cigar-style wide cap band. Sterling silver casting of Sir Winston’s signet ring seal. Silver-plated clip with Onoto cipher. Barrel fittings: Sterling silver button. Length. Capped (closed): 139mm. Uncapped including nib: 122mm. Posted including nib: 161mm. Barrel diameter 11 – 13.2mm. Cap diameter 14 – 15.8mm. Cap length 67mm. Weight: 32gms. Nib Options: Gold-plated SS or 18ct Gold. Fine, medium or broad nib as standard. Customised stub, italic or other styles available to order. Rollerball or fineliner also available. Ink feed: Converter (provided) or standard European cartridge"Onoto£360.00 (excluding options). The Onoto Sir Winston Churchill Pinstripe with 23ct gold-plated fittings"Material: High density fusion-bonded acrylic white/black/pearl blue. Nib: Large Onoto size 7. Cap fittings: Hallmarked 23ct gold-plated sterling silver cigar-style wide cap band. 23ct gold-plated casting of Sir Winston’s signet ring seal. 23ct gold-plated clip with Onoto cipher. Barrel fittings: 23ct gold-plated button. Length. Capped (closed): 139mm. Uncapped including nib: 122mm. Posted including nib: 161mm. Barrel diameter 11 – 13.2mm. Cap diameter 14 – 15.8mm. Cap length 67mm. Weight: 32gms. Nib Options: Gold-plated SS or 18ct Gold. Fine, medium or broad nib as standard. Customised stub, italic or other styles available to order. Rollerball or fineliner also available. Ink feed: Converter (provided) or standard European cartridge. £1,350.00 (excluding options)

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The Garden at the Mamounia Hotel By Sir Winston Churchill As part of a series to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill, Halcyon Days is proud to have created, in collaboration with the National Trust Collections, a prestige enamel box, which captures his character at its most joyous. Though Churchill only became a frequent guest of la Mamounia Hotel after the Second World War, his love of Marrakesh stretches back to the mid 1930s, when he first discovered the beauty of the ancient Moroccan city; a beauty which, even in the darkest hours of the war, never failed to inspire his painting and calm his spirit. Describing it as "the most lovely spot in the world" Churchill was deeply moved by the sights of Marrakesh at la Mamounia and felt able to escape the worldÕs pressures there. The paintings which he created whilst there, such as his impression of the gardens at la Mamounia which can be seen on the box's lid, are outstanding for their bright use of colour, vibrancy and joie de vivre. In keeping with the bright colours of the painting, the box has been lined with yellow leather, decorated with an orange base and mounted on silver, forming part of a lucid design which truly captures the essence of the painting's spirit. As ever, these boxes are hand crafted in England by our in-house artists, making this is an appropriate and cheerful way of celebrating Winston Churchill, the artist. This is a limited edition of 50 pieces. £695.00

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The Garden at the Mamounia Hotel By Sir Winston Churchill Candle As part of a series to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill, Halcyon Days is proud to have created this scented filled candle. Though Churchill only became a frequent guest of la Mamounia Hotel after the Second World War, his love of Marrakesh stretches back to the mid 1930s, when he first discovered the beauty of the ancient Moroccan city; a beauty which, even in the darkest hours of the war, never failed to inspire his painting and calm his spirit. Describing it as 'the most lovely spot in the world', Churchill was deeply moved by the sights of Marrakesh at la Mamounia and felt able to escape the world's pressures there. The paintings which he created whilst there, such as this impression of the gardens at la Mamounia as featured on the outside of this fine china candle holder, are bright, colourful and joyous. Scented with orange blossom and finished with platinum, this candle is a fresh and luxurious addition to any home. £55.00

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The Garden at the Mamounia Hotel By Sir Winston Churchill Coffee Tray As part of a series to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill, Halcyon Days is proud to have created these fabulous decorative home accessories. Though Churchill only became a frequent guest of la Mamounia Hotel after the Second World War, his love of Marrakesh stretches back to the mid 1930s, when he first discovered the beauty of the ancient Moroccan city; a beauty which, even in the darkest hours of the war, never failed to inspire his painting and calm his spirit. Describing it as 'the most lovely spot in the worldÕ Churchill was deeply moved by the sights of Marrakesh at la Mamounia and felt able to escape the world's pressures there. The paintings which he created whilst there, such as his impression of the gardens at la Mamounia, as featured on this delightful wooden coffee tray, are bright, vibrant and a joy to look at. 10% of every purchase online will be donated to St George's RAF Chapel in Kent. £60.00

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The Garden at the Mamounia Hotel By Sir Winston Churchill Mug As part of a series commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill, Halcyon Days is proud to have created, in collaboration with the National Trust Collections, this stunning English Fine Bone China mug featuring one of his most splendid paintings. Though Churchill only became a frequent guest of la Mamounia Hotel after the Second World War, his love of Marrakesh stretches back to the mid 1930s, when he first discovered the beauty of the ancient Moroccan city. Describing it as 'the most lovely spot in the world' Churchill was deeply moved by the sights of Marrakesh at la Mamounia and felt able to escape the world's pressures there. The paintings which he created whilst there, such as this impression of the gardens at la Mamounia are outstanding for their bright use of colour, vibrancy and joie de vivre. This lovely reproduction of Churchill's spectacular picture has been finished with platinum to give an opulent finish worthy of such a noble individual. 10% of every purchase online will be donated to St George's RAF Chapel in Kent. £25.00

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The Onoto Sir Winston Churchill Pinstripe with 23ct gold-plated fittings Material: High density fusion-bonded acrylic white/black/pearl blue. Nib: Large Onoto size 7. Cap fittings: Hallmarked 23ct gold-plated sterling silver cigar-style wide cap band. 23ct gold-plated casting of Sir Winston’s signet ring seal. 23ct gold-plated clip with Onoto cipher. Barrel fittings: 23ct gold-plated button. Length. Capped (closed): 139mm. Uncapped including nib: 122mm. Posted including nib: 161mm. Barrel diameter 11 – 13.2mm. Cap diameter 14 – 15.8mm. Cap length 67mm. Weight: 32gms. Nib Options: Gold-plated SS or 18ct Gold. Fine, medium or broad nib as standard. Customised stub, italic or other styles available to order. Rollerball or fineliner also available. Ink feed: Converter (provided) or standard European cartridge. £396.00 (excluding options)

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The Onoto Sir Winston Churchill Chartwell in hallmarked sterling silver and 23 ct gold Material: Hallmarked sterling silver Nib: 18ct gold large Onoto size 7 Cap fittings: Cap diameter 15.5mm Cap length 69mm Weight: 90gms Nib Options: Fine, medium or broad nib as standard Customised stub, italic or other styles available to order Rollerball or fineliner also available Ink feed: Converter (provided) or standard European cartridge. £1,095.00 (excluding options)

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The Onoto Sir Winston Churchill Chartwell Vermeil Material: Hallmarked 23ct gold-plated sterling silver Nib: 18ct gold large Onoto size 7 Cap fittings: 23ct gold-plated sterling silver cigar-style wide cap band with Sir Winston’s short signature “WSC” 23ct gold-plated die casting of Sir Winston’s signet ring seal 23ct gold-plated clip with Onoto cipher Barrel fittings: 23ct gold-plated button Length Capped (closed): 157.5mm Uncapped including nib: 134mm Barrel diameter 13.5mm Cap diameter 15.5mm Cap length 69mm Weight: 94gms Nib Options: Fine, medium or broad nib as standard Customised stub, italic or other styles available to order Rollerball or fineliner also available Ink feed: Converter (provided) or standard European cartridge. £1,350.00 (excluding options)

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The Boer War 1899–1902 by Gregory Fremont-Barnes; Osprey Publishing

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The Battle of Britain by The Imperial War Museum, Kate Moore; Osprey Publishing

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The Second Sex by Simone de Beauvoir; Vintage ClassicsA key text associated with second-wave feminism is French philosopher Simone de Beauvoir’s The Second Sex in which she redefines our understanding of ‘femininity’ by famously stating that ‘One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman’.

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Sword and Pen: A Survey of the Writings of Winston Churchill by Manfred Weidhorn; University of New Mexico Press

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Winston Churchill Tommy Gun Mug A fine bone china mug depicting Winston Churchill holding a Tommy Gun, while visiting coastal defence positions near Hartlepool on 31 July 1940. Price £10.00

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Success Always Demands a Greater Effort... Mug Well known for his wisdom and wit, many of Churchill's most famous quotes have entered into the popular consciousness. In this delightful range of commemorative mugs, we have included some of his most humorous, poignant and well loved phrases. 'Success always demands a greater effort' is one of the most telling of these quotes, encapsulating the enduring spirit and great determination which drove Churchill to overcome all the great challenges with which he was faced. Crafted from English fine bone china and hand gilded with gold, this piece provides an excellent and light hearted way of remembering the wit, the character and the spirit of Winston Churchill. 10% of every purchase online will be donated to St George's RAF Chapel in Kent. £25.00

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Stemming the Tide (1953) by Sir Winston S. Churchill; RosettaBooks

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Winston Churchill Medium Bronze Nemon Bust Reproduction of a bust originally sculpted in the 1950s by Oscar Nemon, who was the only artist allowed to sculpt Churchill from life. Born in Yugoslavia, Nemon lost most of his family in the Holocaust. He was close friends with Churchill whom he considered to be one of the most remarkable personalities of all time. Each bust is cast in bronze resin and individually finished with Nemon's approved wax patina. Cast in England, 85% bronze resin. Approximately 14 cm x 11 cm x 10 cm. Price £195.00.

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Churchill Wanted Dead or Alive by Celia Sandys; Texas A & M University Press

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Young Winston's Wars Winston S. Churchill (Author), Frederick Woods (Editor) ; L. Cooper

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Sir Winston Churchill plaques (Obverse and Reverse) The plaques are bronzed resin reproductions of the original plaster master patterns of a medal to commemorate the life of Sir Winston Churchill, 1874 – 1965. They are framed together to show Churchill in profile on the obverse, and on the reverse, a lion rampant holding a sword, St. Paul’s Cathedral at the time of the Blitz and the wording WE SHALL NEVER SURRENDER.As far as we are aware this is the only representation of this piece available. 285mm diameter (11 ¼”), framed. The bevelled edge frame measures 79cm x 53cm x 5cm.Price: £375

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Sir Winston Churchill Frame size 28 x 25. This collection contain genuine pre decimal coins and British postage stamps. Price £24.99

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Sir Winston Churchill plaque (obverse) The plaque is a bronzed resin reproduction of the original plaster master pattern of a medal to commemorate the life of Sir Winston Churchill, 1874 – 1965. This is the obverse side. As far as we are aware this is the only representation of this piece available.285mm diameter (11 ¼”), framed. The bevelled edge frame measures 52cm x 46cm x 5cm.Price: £285.00

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Sir Winston Churchill plaque (Reverse) The plaque is a bronzed resin reproduction of the original plaster master pattern of a medal to commemorate the life of Sir Winston Churchill, 1874 – 1965. This is the reverse side which shows a lion rampant holding a sword, St. Paul’s Cathedral at the time of the Blitz and the wording WE SHALL NEVER SURRENDER. As far as we are aware this is the only representation of this piece available.285mm diameter (11 ¼”), framed. The bevelled edge frame measures 52cm x 46cm x 5cm.Price: £285

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Sir Winston Churchill plaque (Seperate singly framed obverse and reverse, as a pair) The plaques are bronzed resin reproductions of the original plaster master pattern of a medal to commemorate the life of Sir Winston Churchill, 1874 – 1965. The obverse side shows Churchill in profile and the reverse side a lion rampant holding a sword, St. Paul’s Cathedral at the time of the Blitz and the wording WE SHALL NEVER SURRENDER. As far as we are aware this is the only representation of this piece available.285mm diameter (11 ¼”), framed. The bevelled edge frames measure 52cm x 46cm x 5cm.Price: £455

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Sheldrake by Major Richard Hughes; Pen & Sword Military

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Savrola: A Tale of Revolution in Laurania by Sir Winston S. Churchill; St. Augustine's Press

Saviour of the Nation: An Epic Poem of Winston Churchill's Finest Hour

Saviour of the Nation: An Epic Poem of Winston Churchill's Finest Hour by Brian Hodgkinson; Shepheard-Walwyn (Publishers) Ltd. This engaging poem depicts Winston Churchill as a hero, in traditional epic style and echoes the works of Homer and Virgil. The narrative covers the period from 1940, when Great Britain faced perhaps the greatest threat to its very existence as an independent nation: invasion and defeat by the rampant forces of Nazi Germany, to 1941 when the United States entered the war after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

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Cigar pen Winston Churchill was known as a cigar aficionado. Many photographs of Churchill during the Second World War showed him enjoying a cigar, including the iconic Tommy Gun photograph taken in July 1941. This cigar pen is a practical gift for a Winston Churchill enthusiast and is a must have for every gentleman. Black biro. 17.5cm in length. Price £4.00.

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Aromatic Chocolate Truffle Cigar Winston Churchill was known as a cigar aficionado, so this chocolate cigar is an ideal gift for a Churchill enthusiast or for someone who wishes to enjoy a novelty sweet treat. Made in Italy, this aromatic chocolate truffle cigar contains extra dark New Guinea chocolate covered in rich chocolate. 100g. Contains nuts, milk & soya. Free from artificial colours and preservatives. Price £7.00.

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Sir Winston Churchill: His Life and His Paintings by David Coombs (Author), Minnie Churchill (Author) ; Unicorn Press

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Painting as a Pastime by Sir Winston S. Churchill; Unicorn Press Ltd

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Meetings in Marrakech: The Paintings of Hassan El Glaoui and Winston Churchill by Touria El Glaoui (Author), Celia Sandys (Author) ; Skira Editore

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The State Funeral of Sir Winston Churchill Charles Mozley. One artist’s tribute to another, offering a personal view of the scenes on 30 January 1965. Published by Unicorn Press, this is a facsimile of a remarkable book of thirty two watercolour sketches by Charles Mozley, one of the most versatile and prolific artists, illustrators and graphic designers of the post-war period.

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Onwards to Victory (1944) by Sir Winston S. Churchill; RosettaBooks

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Never Give In... Mug In this series of fantastic Winston Churchill themed mugs, created in honour of the fiftieth anniversary of his death, Halcyon Days is delighted to share some of his most famous witticisms and quips. In this classic quote from a speech given in 1941, one is able to get a sense of the unrelenting determination that characterised his wartime leadership. Brightly coloured, expertly crafted from English Fine Bone China and hand gilded with gold, these mugs would make a delightful and entertaining addition to any household. 10% of every purchase online will be donated to St George's RAF Chapel in Kent. £25.00

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My African Journey by Sir Winston S. Churchill ; Bloomsbury

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My Most Brilliant Achievement... Mug To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill, Halcyon Days is delighted to have created a series of mugs celebrating some of the most funny, famous and poignant quotes that forged ChurchillÕs reputation as one of the greatest wits of his generation. This particular quote is a wonderful example of Churchill's great, and sometimes whimsical, sense of humour, making this mug an amusing addition to any home. Crafted using English fine bone china and hand gilded with gold, every one of our mugs demonstrates the fine quality for which Halcyon Days has won an enduring reputation. 10% of every purchase online will be donated to St George's RAF Chapel in Kent. £25.00

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Mr Brodrick's Army (1903) by Sir Winston S. Churchill; RosettaBooks

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Mallows by Winston Churchill Covered Box (Square) A square porcelain box featuring the “Mallows” by Winston Churchill (Height 5cm). This work painted in the 1930's was formely in the Collection of Lady Churchill. Price £24.99

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Churchill's Final Farewell: The State and Private Funeral of Sir Winston Churchill Rodney J Croft (Author), Andrew Roberts (Foreword) ; Croft Publishing. Read Rodney J. Croft’s Churchill’s Final Farewell: The State and Private Funerals of Sir Winston Churchill for a detailed account and illustrations of the funerals and interment.

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Joy's Journey by Joy Hunter; Umbria Press

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It's No Use Doing What You Like... Mug As part of the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill, Halcyon Days is proud to have created a delightful range of mugs, each of which bears one of his most famous aphorisms. In this quote, one senses Churchill's assertive independence and determination. As with all our mugs, this has been finely crafted from English Fine Bone China to ensure the highest quality, and later hand gilded with gold to create a glossy, opulent finish. 10% of every purchase online will be donated to St George's RAF Chapel in Kent. £25.00

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It's No Use Doing What You Like... Vanity Tray As 2015 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill, halcyon days has been taking inspiration from his exceptional number of witticisms, to create a series of vanity trays, whose design is as stylish and robust, as their quotes are iconic. Practical and amusing, these items would make an excellent addition to any home. 10% of every purchase online will be donated to St George's RAF Chapel in Kent. £15.00

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In the Balance (1951) by Sir Winston S. Churchill; RosettaBooks

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India Sir Winston S. Churchill; Dragonwyck

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In Search of Churchill: A Historian's Journey by Martin Gilbert; Wiley. In Search of Churchill is the story of Gilbert’s thirty-year quest for his subject. He reveals the staggering extent of his historical labour and shares with the reader some of the great moments in his pursuit. ‘I remember the extraordinary sense of elation when, one morning in 1987, I reached the final file in the bottom drawer of the last filing cabinet.’ With characteristic modesty he does not say how many filing cabinets were necessary to contain the fifteen tons of paper which he had sorted through to reach that final file. The book offers many insights into how one of our leading historians and biographers goes about his task.

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I Am All For The Public Schools... Mug In celebration of Sir Winston Churchill's exceptional wit, Halcyon Days is proud to have created a series of mugs each of which bear one of his most famous sayings. This wonderful quote demonstrates perfectly Churchill's unrivalled talent for humour and would be a delightful addition to any home. As with all Halcyon Days products, this mug is made to the highest quality, crafted out of English fine bone china and hand gilded with gold. 10% of every purchase online will be donated to St George's RAF Chapel in Kent. £25.00

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I Could Not Live Without Champagne... Mug As part of a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill, Halcyon Days is delighted to have created a series of mugs which include some of his most famous and funny witticisms. Demonstrating both his famous humour as well as his love of alcohol, this quote captures aspects of Winston Churchill's character that is well known to, and loved by, history. Crafted from English fine bone china and hand gilded with gold, these mugs are a light hearted and fun way of commemorating Churchill's great wit and bullish sense of humour. 10% of every purchase online will be donated to St George's RAF Chapel in Kent. £25.00

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Hope and Glory: Britain, 1900-90 by Peter Clarke and David Cannadine; Allen Lane

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Hoodwinking Churchill: Tito's Great Confidence Trick by Peter Batty; Shepheard-Walwyn. Grasping the opportunity of the new information recently come to light, some of which he contributed, the author reveals how Britain's staunchly anti-communist Prime Minister was deceived into giving his full backing to the communist Tito and cutting all aid to the anti-communist forces resisting the Germans in Yugoslavia.

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Hitler's Wartime Orders by Bob Carruthers; Pen & Sword Military

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Gallipoli 1915: Frontal Assault on Turkey by Philip Haythornthwaite; Osprey Publishing

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Churchill as Historian Maurice Ashley; Secker & Warburg

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For Free Trade (1906) by Sir Winston S. Churchill; RosettaBooks

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Fashion (Oxford History of Art) by Christopher Breward; OUP Oxford

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The Fairchild Books Dictionary of Fashion by Phyllis G. Tortora, Sandra J. Keiser; Fairchild Books

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Wartime Fashion by Geraldine Howell; Bloomsbury

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Costume and Fashion: A Concise History (World of Art) by James Laver and Amy de la Haye; Thames and Hudson

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Europe Unite (1950) by Sir Winston S. Churchill; RosettaBooks

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Everyone Has His Day... Mug To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill's death and in celebration of Sir his exceptional wit, Halcyon Days is proud to have created a series of mugs, each of which bears one of his most famous sayings. This wonderful example shows his keen sense of humour and would make a perfect addition to any household. As with all Halcyon Days products, this was made to the highest quality, being crafted out of English fine bone china and hand gilded with gold. 10% of every purchase online will be donated to St George's RAF Chapel in Kent. £25.00

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Everyone Has His Day... Vanity Tray In this selection of vanity trays, Halcyon Days has taken inspiration from some of the most memorable sayings of Sir Winston Churchill, creating items that are stylish, iconic and wonderfully practical. Humorous and poignant, these quotes are instantly recognisable and would make a fun addition to any home. 10% of every purchase online will be donated to St George's RAF Chapel in Kent. £15.00

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Recipes From No. 10 by Georgina Landemare (Author), Selma Nankivell (Illustrator); Collins

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Young Winston (1972) Richard Attenborough directs this biopic telling the story of Winston Churchill's early years. Covering the young Churchill's childhood, his time as a war correspondent in India, and his military experience in the Boer War, the film culminates with the future Prime Minister's first speech in the House of Commons. Price £6.99.

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Understanding Fashion History by Valerie Cumming; Batsford Ltd

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Pol Roger Cynthia Parzych ; Cynthia Parzych Publishing Inc. For more on Churchill’s fondness for Pol Roger, see Pol Roger by Cynthia Parzych and John Turner, with special contributions by Michael Edwards and Bill Gunn (1999).

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No More Champagne: Churchill and His Money by David Lough; Picador USAThe untold story of Winston Churchill's precarious finances - and the most original and surprising book about Churchill to emerge for many years.

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Deceiving Hitler by Terry Crowdy; Osprey Publishing

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D-DAY, The Road To Victory (2 disc set) This highly memorable double disc DVD set commemorates the D-Day 60th anniversary celebrations coordinated by the International Churchill Society. Pre-eminent veterans and historians present compelling first-hand accounts and narrative on one of the most important events of the twentieth century. The role and influence of Churchill was crucial; but Operation Overlord would not have been possible without the tireless work of many thousands of ordinary men, women, soldiers, sailors and airmen

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Churchill and America by Martin Gilbert; Free Press. “The story of Churchill and America spans ninety years. The special relationship he felt with the United States, and strove to establish – not always successfully – remains a central aspect of international relations. ‘Whatever the pathway of the future may bring,’ he told an American audience in 1932, ‘we can face it more safely, more comfortably, and more happily if we travel it together, like good companions. We have quarrelled in the past, but even in our quarrels great leaders on both sides were agreed on principles,’ Churchill added: ‘Let our common tongue, our common basic law, our joint heritage of literature and ideals, the red tie of kinship, become of sponge of obliteration of all the unpleasantness of the past.’ ”

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Churchill and Company: Allies and Rivals in War and Peace David Dilks ; I.B.Tauris. For more on Churchill’s relationship with the US and the Soviet Union, see David Dilks’ Churchill and Company: Allies and Rivals in War and Peace.

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Churchill and the Jews by Martin Gilbert; Simon & Schuster Ltd. In 1921, while in Jerusalem, Winston Churchill described the Jewish system of ethics as“incomparably the most precious possession of mankind, worth in fact the fruits of all other wisdom and learning put together.” This book traces that remarkable relationship, between Churchill and individual Jews and the Jewish people throughout his lifetime, his feelings about Antisemitism andZionism, and his efforts to help Jews during the Holocaust.

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Churchill's Folly by Christopher Catherwood; Carroll & Graf Publishers Inc

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First Lady: The Life and Wars of Clementine Churchill Sonia Purnell; Aurum Press Ltd.Sonia Purnell argues that Clementine was the original British ‘First Lady’ and that, in her access to, and influence upon, ministers, generals and the Allied leaders, she made a significant contribution to the war effort.

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Class In Britain by David Cannadine; Yale University Press

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Churchill's Rebels by Meredith Whitford; Umbria Press

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Churchill’s Political Philosophy by Martin Gilbert; OUP. A published series of three lectures given as Thank-Offering to Britain Fund Lectures on 24, 25, and 27 November 1980 delivered to the British Academy, this is an examination of Churchill’s career from the point of view of his motives and opinions. It is a careful analysis of what Churchill believed, and how he tried to put those beliefs into action, both in domestic policy and foreign affairs through more than half a century. The first lecture covers “The Formative Years, 1894-1904”; the second covers “Responsibilities, 1904-1924”; and the third covers “Warnings and Reflections, 1924-1948”.

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Churchill’s Channel War by Robert Jackson; Osprey Publishing

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Churchill's Black Dog by Anthony Storr; Harper Collins

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Think Like Churchill Winston Churchill’s mixture of intelligence and recklessness helped him face up to some of history’s most challenging dilemmas. He was certainly courageous, but he wasn’t always right. Find out if you can do better. £2.49

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Let us Go Forward Poster This poster was intended to signal a more resolute and bellicose war effort following Winston Churchill’s accession to the office of Prime Minister. Taking its title from his inaugural speech, ‘Blood, toil, tears and sweat’, the poster also redressed the divisive effect of earlier British propaganda, calling for a united national effort. Poster reads: Let Us Go Forward together. Created in 1950. © IWM (Art.IWM PST 0761). Price £8.00.

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Churchill Solitaire Featuring unique gameplay with two decks of cards and rules that will vex even the most cunning of strategists, the addictively challenging game will keep you coming back again and again.

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The Book of Churchilliana by Douglas Hall; New Cavendish Books

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Winston Churchill 1874-1965 First Day Cover All eight stamps commissioned to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of one of British history's greatest figures feature on this highly-collectable First Day Cover, complete with a unique cancellation for the first day of issue and illustrated information card written by Allen Packwood, Director of the Churchill Archives Centre in Cambridge. See more here.Price: £7.04

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Churchill Tommy Gun ginger biscuit drum 200g A drum of ginger biscuits with the image of Winston Churchill holding a Tommy Gun. Comes in either black or red. Text reads ‘We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give’ Winston Churchill. 200g Stem Ginger Biscuits. Contains wheat and gluten. May contain nuts. Price £5.00.

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Winston Churchill 1874 - 1965 Presentation Pack This essential Presentation Pack contains a mint condition set of our exclusive Churchill commemorative stamps in a special four-page mini brochure revealing more of the Churchill story and featuring additional photographs. See more here.Price: £7.09