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Finest Hour 124

FINEST HOUR 124, AUTUMN 2004

BY WILLIAM MANCHESTER

Before his death in June (FH123: 33), William Manchester gave us permission to publish two excerpts from his uncompleted third Churchill volume, which first ran in Military History Quarterly. The first of these, on the Battle of France, appeared in FH 109. This excerpt, on the Battle of Britain, is published in his memory.

ABSTRACT
Winston Churchill's words celebrated the resistance of the Royal Air Force against another seemingly invincible armada, Hitler's Lurtwarre, in the Battle of Britain.

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PRESIDENT'S LETTER: FINEST HOUR 124, AUTUMN 2004

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ACTION THIS DAY: FINEST HOUR 124, AUTUMN 2004

BY MICHAEL MCMENAMIN

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AROUND AND ABOUT: FINEST HOUR 124, AUTUMN 2004

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FINEST HOUR 124, AUTUMN 2004

BY SIR MARTIN GILBERT AND RICHARD M. LANGWORTH

ABSTRACT
Who really postponed the Second Front for a full two years?

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FINEST HOUR 124, AUTUMN 2004

BY WARREN F. KIMBALL & NORMAN ROSE

Dr. Rose, author of Churchill: An Unruly Life (FH 84:16), is ChaimWeizmann Professor of International History at Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Dr. Kimball, author of several works on the Roosevelt-Churchill relationship, is Robert Treat Professor of History at Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey. The authors thank Mark Stoler of the University of Vermont for his excellent suggestions.

ABSTRACT
Who really postponed the Second Front for a full two years?

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CHURCHILL TRIVIA: FINEST HOUR 124, AUTUMN 2004

BY CURT ZOLLER

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DATELINES: FINEST HOUR 124, AUTUMN 2004

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DATELINES: FINEST HOUR 124, AUTUMN 2004

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