We love this first English edition presentation set of Churchill’s A History of the English-Speaking Peoples signed and inscribed to one of his postwar secretaries, Gillian Maturin. This gorgeous set is in very good condition with all 4 volumes in their bright dust jackets. Search for item 207454 on our website to see more details.
We still have copies of Giles Milton's Churchill's Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare that the author was kind enough to sign while he was here. Bringing to life an exhilarating and fascinating part of WWII history that is almost entirely overlooked, we certainly recommend this title.
This first English edition presentation set of Churchill's The War Speeches was inscribed and signed to Churchill's personal secretary Jill Maturin. An uncommon and lovely set that we were very pleased to get. These books are item 207426 on our website for more info.
This cartoon from Punch Magazine was published 105 years ago yesterday. The caption reads: Mr. Churchill. ‘What price German Navy?' Admiral Tirpitz. ‘Give you 8 to 5.' Mr. Churchill. ‘I want 2 to 1.' Admiral Tirpitz. ‘Well I'll make it 16 to 10.' Mr. Churchill. ‘Right, I'll take you.' Search for item 202680 on our website for more information.
The caption on the back of this original press photo from 1945 reads: "Prime Minister Winston Churchill standing on a chair drinks a pint of beer before making his final speech in his London campaign tour" Item number 207271 on our website
We are so pleased to have this first American edition of Churchill's London to Ladysmith. Despite having been published in 1900, this volume is virtually mint with its red and gilt cover still bright and its contents unfoxed and fine. Item number 13766 on our website.