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Lord Randolph Churchill - 2840797270

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Lord Randolph Churchill BERTRAMS

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Lord Randolph Churchill; A Study of English Democracy - 2842903747

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Lord Randolph Churchill; A Study of English Democracy

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Lord Randolph Churchill - 2842913899

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Lord Randolph Churchill

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Lord Randolph Churchill - 2842911690

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Lord Randolph Churchill

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Lord Randolph Churchill - 2841034809

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Lord Randolph Churchill

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Lord Randolph Churchill - 2842941935

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Lord Randolph Churchill

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Lord Randolph Churchill, Volume 1 - 2841179952

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Lord Randolph Churchill, Volume 1

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Lord Randolph Churchill, a Study of England Democracy - 2843012661

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Lord Randolph Churchill, a Study of England Democracy

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Lord Randolph Churchill; Volume 2 - 2842985890

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Lord Randolph Churchill; Volume 2

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Lord Randolph Churchill - 2842977823

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Lord Randolph Churchill

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Lord Randolph Churchill - 2840797789

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Lord Randolph Churchill Palala Press

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Lord Randolph Churchill, Volume 2 - 2840797484

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Lord Randolph Churchill, Volume 2 Andesite Press

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Winston Churchill - 2837512410

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Winston Churchill Books on Demand

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Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 38. Kapitel: Jennie Churchill, Eiserner Vorhang, Belagerung der Sidney Street, A History of the English-Speaking Peoples, Tonypandy-Aufstand, Randolph Frederick Churchill, Blut-Schweiß-und-Tränen-Rede, We Shall Fight on the Beaches, Clementine Churchill, William Raymond Manchester, The Second World War, Meine frühen Jahre: Weltabenteuer im Dienst, Chartwell, USS Winston S. Churchill, Savrola, Mary Soames, Churchill College, This Was Their Finest Hour. Auszug: Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill ( 30. November 1874 in Woodstock (England); 24. Januar 1965 in London) gilt als bedeutendster britischer Staatsmann des 20. Jahrhunderts. Er war zweimal Premierminister und führte Großbritannien durch den Zweiten Weltkrieg. Zuvor hatte er bereits mehrere Regierungsämter bekleidet, unter anderem das des Ersten Lords der Admiralität, des Innen- und des Finanzministers. Darüber hinaus trat er als Autor politischer und historischer Werke hervor und erhielt 1953 den Nobelpreis für Literatur. Churchill als Siebenjähriger (1881) Nach Churchills Flucht aus einem Kriegsgefangenenlager in Pretoria setzte die südafrikanische Regierung 1899 auf einem Steckbrief ein Kopfgeld von 25 Pfund auf ihn aus. Unterschrift von Winston ChurchillWinston Churchill kam in Blenheim Palace, dem Schloss seines Großvaters John Winston Spencer-Churchill, des 7. Herzogs von Marlborough zur Welt. Seine Eltern waren der britischen Politiker Lord Randolph Churchill und die amerikanische Millionärstochter Jennie Jerome. Für die Familienlegende, Churchill stamme über seine Mutter auch von Irokesen ab, gibt es keinen Beleg, auch wenn er selbst daran glaubte. Churchills Großvater väterlicherseits gehörte als Duke of Marlborough dem britischen Hochadel an. Als dritter Sohn des Herzogs erbte Churchills Vater Randolph jedoch nicht dessen Titel. Winston Churchill selbst sollte in den 1950er Jahren die angebotene Erhebung zur erblichen Peerswürde ablehnen, wurde aber 1953 zum Ritter des Hosenbandordens geschlagen. Seine Herkunft sicherte ihm in seiner Jugend die Aufnahme in renommierte Internate und eine Laufbahn als Armeeoffizier, obwohl seine Leistungen als Schüler eher mangelhaft waren. Von 1881 bis 1892 besuchte Churchill Eliteschulen in Ascot, Brighton und Harrow. Das autoritäre Erziehungssystem dort widerstrebte ihm und er blieb mehrfach sitzen. Nach der Schulzeit bewarb er sich beim Militär, fiel jedoch zweimal durch die Aufnahmeprüfung. 1893 aber kam er doch noc

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Becoming Winston Churchill - 2834155579

386,60 zł

Becoming Winston Churchill Greenwood World Publishing

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Today a forgotten figure, Bourke Cockran was acclaimed during his lifetime as America's greatest orator. He was also the lover of Jenny Churchill - Winston's mother - after the death of Lord Randolph. And, for twelve years (1895 to 1906), he was the young Winston's mentor. Until now, the story of the extraordinary and crucial relationship between them has not been told. At one level, the story is about politics, exploring the ways the young Churchill adopted Cockran's political and economic views - on democracy, capitalism, the Gold Standard, Free Trade, Socialism: issues that Churchill was to make his own. On another level, the story is biographical, chronicling the meetings between the men, and reproducing - for the first time in full - their private correspondence. It is the story of Churchill growing up. On yet another level, it is historical, vividly evoking the late Victorian and Edwardian eras, when Churchill was often in the thick of the action - fighting at the Khyber Pass in India or escaping from a Boer camp in Pretoria (and becoming a household name as a consequence) - all the while keeping up his correspondence with Cockran. The drama of such events is part of the book's irresistible appeal. The book is written with a dramatic flair, bringing out the personalities of the two men. Each section begins, like a historical novel, with a recreation of a crucial moment in their lives. The general narrative is chronologically structured, with a powerful momentum, tracing the two men's growing intimacy over the years and interweaving their letters and meetings with the historical events in which they were involved. The story began in 1895 in New York, where Cockran took the young Winston under his wing. The following years, marked by turmoil in Cuba and Ireland, included the 1896 Presidential election, the great public debate about the gold standard and Cockran's private insistence to Churchill that principle must always be placed over party (something Churchill was to remember later when he crossed the floor of the House). 1899 saw Churchill's involvement in the Boer War, and his dramatic escape from a Boer prison camp, followed by his election to Parliament, visits to Cockran in America and, between 1901 and 1906, hard political fighting over the crucial issue of free trade, over which Churchill eventually left the Conservatives to join the Liberal party. The final years of Churchill and Cockran's friendship were dramatised by a number of public events - the American occupation of the Philippines, the victory of the Liberal Party in the British General Election, the First World War, about which they continued to correspond - but dominated by private ones: Cockran's remarriage, the death of Churchill's mother, and Churchill's own marriage. Throughout, the two men remained close, and, to the end, Cockran's influence on Churchill was unique and profound.

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Winston Churchill's Imagination - 2834155582

323,77 zł

Winston Churchill's Imagination Bucknell University Press

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Although Churchill is a 1953 Nobel laureate in literature whose collected works run to thirty-eight volumes that remain of enduring interest, his famous speeches have overshadowed his other writing. Winston Churchill's Imagination concentrates on less familiar works in modes other than political rhetoric. Its method is close analysis of how Churchill engages readers with those words and ideas that are hallmarks of his imagination. Chapters take up his literary relationship with Lawrence of Arabia; Churchill's intense but little-known involvement with cinema in an essay on Charlie Chaplin and as a scriptwriter and consultant in the 1930s for Alexander Korda's film studio; Churchill's evocation of paintings as templates for narrative in his first history and in his only novel; his imaginative engagement with science and science fiction; the depiction of time, duration, and alternative history in his biography of Marlborough; and Churchill's last testament in the realm of imagination, 'The Dream.' This is a story that he reserved for posthumous publication, in which a 72-year-old Winston discusses the twentieth century with the Victorian ghost of his father, Lord Randolph Churchill, who died in 1895. Winston Churchill's Imagination is well researched, clearly argued, and eloquently written; it will be of great interest to scholars of literature and history, as well as to general readers interested in Winston Churchill.

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