Churchill and Eden

Partners Through War and Peace

David Charlwood

Friends, rivals, confidants: for more than two decades, Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden worked closely together. But while one is revered as a great leader and national icon, the other is remembered as the architect of Britain's worst foreign policy failure.
Date Published :
November 2020
Publisher :
Pen and Sword
Illustration :
20 black and white illustrations
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Binding. : Hardback
ISBN : 9781526744890
Pages : 296
Dimensions : 9.25 X 6 inches
Stock Status : In stock
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Overview
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Friends, rivals, confidants: for more than two decades, Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden worked closely together. But while one is revered as a great leader and national icon, the other is remembered as the architect of Britain's worst foreign policy failure.

Churchill and Eden tells the story of the relationship between two men who led Britain through war and peace. The narrative ranges from the sunny south of France to the deserts of Africa and the jungles of Vietnam, covering the eras of the Second World War, the decline of Britain's Empire and the coming of the Cold War - and reveals a new perspective on the lives and decision-making of two of the most well known political figures of the Twentieth Century.

About The Author
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DAVID CHARLWOOD obtained a First Class Honours Degree in history from Royal Holloway, University of London, and has worked as an international journalist and in publishing. His research into the early Twentieth Century Middle East has been published in the British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies and he has written historical articles for a US-based think tank and contributed to BBC radio. 1920: A Year of Global Turmoil is his second book.

REVIEWS
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"Charlwood’s research is supported by endnotes and a select bibliography."

- The Churchill Project

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