Mr. Cohen’s note is extracted from his Bibliography of the Writings of Sir Winston Churchill (3 vols., London: Continuum, 2006), I:554-55. The sixth printing of Into Battle carries the Cohen number A142.1g.
Books, Arts & Curiosities - Into Battle: Who Was Julian Grenfell?
The fighting man shall from the sun Take warmth, and life from the glowing earth; Speed with the light-foot wind to run, And with the trees to newer birth, And find when fighting shall be done, Great rest, and fullness after dearth. —JULIAN GRENFELL, FLANDERS, APRIL 1915
By James Lancaster
Mr. Lancaster is the contributor of theChurchill Quiz department and other articles.
Churchill Proceedings - Coalition Frustrated, 1934-1939 / Churchill and the League of Nations / Churchill Asks the Perennial Question: “Shall We All Commit Suicide?”
By David Freeman
Professor Freeman teaches British history at California State University Fullerton, and is a regular contributor to Finest Hour. His presentation at our 2009 San Francisco conference on Churchill’s futurist essays would normally fall with other “Proceedings,” but it fits better here.
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