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Finest Hour 147, Summer 2010


Page 17

1940-2010 Seventy Years On: A Landmark in History

By Yoav J. Tenembaum

Dr. Tenembaum (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )is on the faculty of the Diplomacy Program, Social Sciences Department, Tel Aviv University. His previous contribution to FH was “The Last Romantic Zionist Gentile,” in issue 102, Spring 1999, downloadable from our website.

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Finest Hour 147, Summer 2010

Page 10

Absent Friends - Winston S. Churchill 1940-2010 “He was always, triumphantly, in touch”

By Richard M. Langworth

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Finest Hour 147, Summer 2010

Page 58

Action This Day - Summer 1885, 1910, 1935, 1960

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Finest Hour 147, Summer 2010

Page 7

Around and About

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Finest Hour 147, Summer 2010


Page 60

As Others Saw Him - Encounters with the Good and the Great

Compiled By Dana Cook

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Finest Hour 147, Summer 2010

Page 52

Bibliographic Note

By Ronald I. Cohen

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.

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Finest Hour 147, Summer 2010

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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.

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Finest Hour 147, Summer 2010

Page 34

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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Finest Hour 147, Summer 2010

Page 61

Churchilliana - ODD LOTS 1914-1940

Two rarely encountered pieces of bric-a-brac

By Douglas Hall

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Finest Hour 147, Summer 2010

Page 24

Coalition Foiled, 1918 / “A Plan of War Against the Bolsheviks” / Churchill’s Four Days of Torment

By Martin Gilbert

Sir Martin Gilbert is the official biographer of Sir Winston Churchill

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