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Finest Hour 143


Finest Hour 143, Summer 2009

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“CORRERAI ANCOR PIU VELOCE PER LE VIE DEL CIELO.” - Jack French Kemp 1935-2009

By Richard M. Langworth

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Finest Hour 143, Summer 2009

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“Never Splash in Shallow Waters”

The Hon. Jack Kemp
Tenth International Churchill Conference
Mayflower Hotel, Washington,
7 November 1993

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Finest Hour 143, Summer 2009

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A Sight for Lore Eyes

Blenheim and the Churchill Family: A Personal Portrait, by Henrietta Spencer-Churchill. Cico, 218 pages, hardbound, illus., $50. Member price $40.

By Paul H. Courtenay

Mr. Courtenay is a FH senior editor.

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Finest Hour 143, Summer 2009

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Action This Day - Spring 1884, Summer 1909, Summer 1934, Summer 1959

By Michael McMenamin

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Finest Hour 143, Summer 2009

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Around and About

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Finest Hour 143, Summer 2009

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Books, Arts & Curiosities - True Persona: Two Works of Genius

By Richard M. Langworth

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Finest Hour 143, Summer 2009

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Churchill as a Literary Character / WSC in Fiction(2)

The Man from St. Petersburg, by Ken Follett (Signet, 1983). Portrayal, Worth Reading

By Michael T. McMenamin

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Finest Hour 143, Summer 2009

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Churchill Proceedings - Churchill and the Anglo-Irish War 1919-1922

Cogadh na saoirse, the Irish war of independence, was the unfortunate culmination of Britain's 700-year attempt to find a constitutional relationship with Ireland that made sense to both sides.

By Alan J. Ward

Dr. Ward is Class of 1935 Professor of Government Emeritus at the College of William and Mary. His four works on Irish History include The Easter Rising, 1916: Revolution and Irish Nationalism (1980, 2nd ed. 2003) and The Irish Constitutional Tradition: Responsible Government and Modern Ireland, 1782-1992 (1994). Our thanks to Professor Warren F. Kimball for editing this paper.

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Finest Hour 143, Summer 2009

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Cover Story - Churchill in Nazi Cartoon Propaganda

“I always loved cartoons,” Churchill wrote in 1931. It would have been asking a lot for him to love the ones the germans generated a few years later: A graphic reminder of what he was up against.

By Randall Bytwerk

Dr. Bytwerk is Professor of Communication at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and author of Julius Streicher and Bending Spines: The Propagandas of National Socialism and the German Democratic Republic. In his Landmark Speeches of National Socialism (2008) he writes: “The Germans claimed that they did not know what was happening—that was not persuasive. Everything that Nazism intended was revealed in its rhetoric. He who had ears could have heard.”

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Finest Hour 143, Summer 2009

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Datelines

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