Winston Churchill and Mackenzie King

Winston Churchill and Mackenzie King Born Just Two Weeks Apart In , Winston Churchill And William Lyon Mackenzie King Had Much In Common Both Forged Long Parliamentary Careers, And Each Led His Country To Victory In World War II A BBC Poll Deemed Winston Churchill The Greatest Briton Of All Time, And Mackenzie King Has Been Judged By A Group Of Historians As The Greatest Canadian Prime Minister Their Parallel Careers Fostered A Working Relationship That Lasted Almost Fifty Years It Was Not Always An Easy Relationship, However Churchill, Famous For His Drink And Cigars, Was Impetuous And Charismatic, An Extrovert King, A Teetotaller During WWII, Was Noted For Considering All Options Before Cautiously Proceeding Fate Threw This Ill Matched Pair TogetherFor The First Time, The Vital Relationship Between These Two Very Different Men Is Explored In Depth It Is The Story Not Just Of Two Extraordinary Leaders, But Also Of The Changing Bonds Between Britain And Canada

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[KINDLE] ❃ Winston Churchill and Mackenzie King  By Terry Reardon –
  • Kindle Edition
  • 432 pages
  • Winston Churchill and Mackenzie King
  • Terry Reardon
  • English
  • 04 March 2017

10 thoughts on “Winston Churchill and Mackenzie King

  1. says:

    It s a solid piece of historical scholarship, but I m not sure if it s really a comparison between King Churchill There are times it reads like the history of Canadian British American relations in the first half of the 20th century, guest starring Churchill King, with special guest appearance by Franklin Roosevelt There are some interesting gems that are revealed, but I could do without the slight tone of apology regarding Mackenzie Kingwho, in my opinion, is most certainly not the greatest Canadian Prime Ministerno matter how many times it s stated, either explicitly or implicitly.

  2. says:

    Well written account of the complicated but generally effective relationship between these two exceptional leaders during the most difficult years of WWII I learned a lot about Canada s critical role in this epic conflict, something that is almost always overlooked in Hollywood s depiction, where Canada is hardly ever mentioned.Tony Manera

  3. says:

    This is a good account of one politician who was trying to stay out of the war and another trying to get in one basically shy man and another whose bold personality sometimes overshadowed his accomplishments.

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  5. says:

    A very interesting read for fans of history and politics As a Canadian I enjoyed the way the author brought King s role in WWII to life beside that of Churchill.

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