Winston Churchill | Critical Review by John R. Hubbard

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Winston Churchill.
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Critical Review by John R. Hubbard

SOURCE: A review of The Hinge of Fate, in Journal of American History, Vol. 38, No. 1, June 1951, pp. 142-44.

In the following review, Hubbard praises Churchill's handling of the epic events of World War II in The Hinge of Fate.

In this the fourth volume of The Second World War, Churchill's story attains truly epic proportions because it encompasses that period—“the hinge of fate”—wherein Allied fortunes emerge from the darkness of unrelieved disaster into the certain dawn of ultimate victory. This is also the period wherein the United States attains its full stature in the Grand Alliance, and the American historian will find his appetite sated by the generous servings of personal correspondence, staff memoranda, and intimate revelations of the cooperative (and noncooperative) efforts of the Allied principals.

Book I grapples...

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