Until you’ve consumed all of the best Churchill books, can you even claim to be a true fan?
- Churchill: The Power of Words (2013)
- The Second World War (1986)
- The Last Lion: Winston Spencer Churchill: Defender of the Realm, 1940-1965 (2013)
- The Churchills: In Love and War (2012)
- The Churchill Factor: How One Man Made History (2015)
- Colour Atlas of Anatomical Pathology (2004)
- The ECG Made Easy (2003)
- Clinical Aromatherapy for Pregnancy and Childbirth (2000)
- Churchill and Orwell: The Fight for Freedom (2018)
- Churchill’s Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare: The Mavericks Who Plotted Hitler’s Defeat (2018)
Churchill: The Power of Words (2013)
Winston Churchill knew the power of words. In speeches, books, and articles, he expressed his feelings and laid out his vision for the future.
The Second World War (1986)
From Britain’s darkest and finest hour to the great alliance and ultimate victory, the Second World War remains the most pivotal event of the twentieth century. Winston Churchill was not only the war’s greatest leader, he was the free world’s singularly eloquent voice of defiance in the face of Nazi tyranny, and it’s that voice that animates this six-volume history.
The Last Lion: Winston Spencer Churchill: Defender of the Realm, 1940-1965 (2013)
Spanning the years 1940 to 1965, The Last Lion: Defender of the Realm begins shortly after Winston Churchill became prime minister—when Great Britain stood alone against the overwhelming might of Nazi Germany.
The Churchills: In Love and War (2012)
“Meticulously detailed…Eminently readable.” ―New York Times Book ReviewMary S. Lovell brilliantly recounts the triumphant political and military campaigns, domestic tragedies, happy marriages, and disastrous unions throughout generations of Churchills.The first Duke of Marlborough (1650–1722) was a soldier of such genius that a lavish palace, Blenheim, was built to honor his triumphs.
The Churchill Factor: How One Man Made History (2015)
On the fiftieth anniversary of Churchill’s death, Boris Johnson celebrates the singular brilliance of one of the most important leaders of the twentieth century.
Colour Atlas of Anatomical Pathology (2004)
This book gives a comprehensive collection of photographs of anatomical (gross) pathology. The majority of photographs are of unfixed specimens as seen at autopsy. For this new third edition some imaging, clinical photographs and endoscopic photographs has been introduced to set the pathology in clinical context.
The ECG Made Easy (2003)
This highly respected book is a simple, readable guide to the accurate identification and interpretation of abnormal electrocardiogram (ECG) patterns for medical students, nurses and junior doctors. The emphasis throughout is on the straightforward practical application of the ECG.
Clinical Aromatherapy for Pregnancy and Childbirth (2000)
This is the most detailed and research-based book available on aromatherapy aimed specifically at those caring for pregnant and childbearing women, especially midwives and aromatherapists. Building on the success of the last edition, this book contains new and expanded information on physiology related to obstetrics, the principles of safe use of essential oils for pregnant and childbearing women, and infant massage.
Churchill and Orwell: The Fight for Freedom (2018)
Both George Orwell and Winston Churchill came close to death in the mid-1930’s—Orwell shot in the neck in a trench line in the Spanish Civil War, and Churchill struck by a car in New York City. If they’d died then, history would scarcely remember them. At the time, Churchill was a politician on the outs, his loyalty to his class and party suspect. Orwell was a mildly successful novelist, to put it generously.
Churchill’s Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare: The Mavericks Who Plotted Hitler’s Defeat (2018)
In the spring of 1939, a top-secret organization was founded in London: its purpose was to plot the destruction of Hitler’s war machine, through spectacular acts of sabotage.The guerrilla campaign that followed was every bit as extraordinary as the six men who directed it. One of them, Cecil Clarke, was a maverick engineer who had spent the 1930s inventing futuristic caravans.
Best Churchill Books You Should Enjoy
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Midwife's guide to antenatal investigations
Author(s): edited by Amanda Sullivan, Lucy Kean and Alison Cryer.
ID: 931240, Publisher: Churchill Livingstone, Year: Elsevier, Size: 2 Mb, Format: pdf
Commander in Chief: FDR’s Battle With Churchill, 1943 (FDR at War)
Author(s): Nigel Hamilton
ID: 2382975, Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Year: 7 Jun 2016, Size: 29 Mb, Format: epub
Attlee and Churchill: Allies in War, Adversaries in Peace
Author(s): Leo McKinstry
ID: 2441934, Publisher: Atlantic Books, Year: 3 Oct 2019, Size: 6 Mb, Format: epub
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