Winston Churchill

The World Crisis Vol 3

This epic volume-third in a five-volume history of World War I from the perspective of a highly-placed political insider-details Churchill's development of the Ten Year Rule, which gave the Treasury unprecedented power over financial, foreign, and strategic policy for years to come.
In March 1916, Winston Churchill returned to England to speak once more in the House of Commons. Appointed first Minister of Munitions, then later Secretary of State for War and Secretary of State for Air, Churchill was in a prime position to observe and document the violent end of World War I.
This volume provides context for the events that came before Churchill's return, including the intense battles of Jutland and Verdun. And it provides a rare perspective-the unbiased observances of a political leader, with a journalist's eye for the truth and a historian's sense of significance.

793 printed pages


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