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Resources on the Life of Winston Churchill

by Ron Kurtus (updated 19 January 2022)

The following websites and books are resources and reference material on the life and works of Winston Churchill.


Winston S. Churchill site - Maintained by the Churchill Society in Washington D.C.

Winston Churchill - Wikipedia

Churchill in WWII - World War 2 history

Winston Churchill - UK History Learning site


Text of Winston Churchill's First Speech as Prime Minister: "Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat" in 1940

Text of Winston Churchill's "Never Give In" Speech of 1941


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Winston Churchill by John Keegan; Viking Press (2002) $19.95 - A short but thorough book on the life of Churchill by an eminent military historian

Churchill: A Biography by Roy Jenkins, Publisher: Plume; (2002) $18.00 - A large book (1024 pages) ranks as one of the best single-volume biography of Churchill in recent years

The Wit and Wisdom of Winston Churchill: A Treasury of More Than 1,000 Quotations and Anecdotes by James C. Humes, Richard M. Nixon, Perennial (1995) $12.95 - Entertaining compendium of witticisms, anecdotes, and trivia about Winston Churchill by a former Nixon speechwriter

Never Give In: The Best of Winston Churchill's Speeches by Winston S. Churchill; Hyperion (2003) $27.95

Mr. Chruchill's Profession: The Statesman as Author by Peter Clarke, Bloomsbury Press; (2013) $30.00 - Study of Churchill as a prolific writer

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