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on 27 November 2006
....Winston Churchill and His Great Wars.

'Yes, Winston Churchill is dead famous for being the Prime Minister who won the Second World War and saved Britain from the Nazis. ...Most people agree that Winston Churchill is the greatest leader that Britain has ever had..... , he was bold, brilliant and just a teensy bit big-headed. This earned him some criticism, but luckily Winston was always funnier than his enemies. Some of his best jokes are collected in this book.........

Read on.......to find out how Winston changed the course of the 20th Century. It's a story full of blood, battles and whopping big cigars.....'

A colourful paperback cover opens to 189 pages, split into chapters:

1. Introduction
2. Timeline - the early years
3. Winston grows up
4. Winston at a gallop
5. Vote for Winston!
6. Winston at war
7. The House that Winston built
8. Timeline 2 - the glory years
9. Winston in the wilderness
10. Winston v Hitler
11. Winston and the Big Three
12. V for Victory
13. Winston's last hooray
14. Winston retired

Written in a variety of fonts with humorous black and white cartoon illustrations throughout.
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