The Life of Sir Winston Churchill
A warts and all look at the Political career and Personal life of the man voted the greatest Britain of all time. Paul charts the long and unique life of the man who claimed that History would be kind to him as he intended to write it.
The talk begins with Churchill’s early life where he desperately tried to live up to the high expectations placed on him by his Father, through the period of his first military career, and onto the First World War where he had the second most important job in Government and his second spell of active service in France.
The inter-war years were a time of desperate struggle for Winston where he was a distrusted and often despised voice on the fringes of politics warning about the growing threat from Nazi Germany.
Paul talks about the unique circumstances that led up to Winston becoming Prime Minister, his fight against depression, and how he led the nation to fight back. The later parts of his life and political career are recounted and the talk ends with examples of Winston’s wonderful wit and incredible drinking capability.
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