His Father's Son: The Life of Randolph Churchill

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Phoenix Giant, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 514 pages
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Randolph Churchill was the son of one of the worlds most remarkable political figures, Winston Churchill, of whom he wrote the first two volumes of what has become the standard biography. In his father's son Winston Churchill, the great politician's grandson, continues this family tradition by writing the lifeof his own father. Randolphs life spans a period unparalleled in world history for its dramatic events, above all for the suffewring of two generations confronted by the horror of world war. With honesty Winston S.Churchill conveys the many extradinary and outrageous facets of Randolph's character.

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Sir Winston Churchill led Britain through the Second World War as Prime Minister. He was the author of 42 books, including the four-volume History of the English Speaking Peoples.

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