Winston Churchill | Critical Review by Times Literary Supplement

This literature criticism consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis & critique of Winston Churchill.
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SOURCE: “Churchill from the Front,” in Times Literary Supplement, No. 3680, September 15, 1972, p. 1065.

In the following review, the critic discusses Young Winston's Wars, Churchill's despatches as a war correspondent early in his career.

Produced in time to warrant the description of “Book of the Film” Frederick Woods's compilation merits more serious and lasting consideration. He has had the idea of reprinting from the newspapers in which they appeared the despatches Winston Churchill wrote about the Malakand Frontier Force campaign, the conquest of the Sudan and the South African War. The five reports he wrote on the Cuban uprising in 1895-96 have been omitted on the grounds that they have already been reprinted, in full, by Randolph Churchill in his biography. The next two series, from the Northwest Frontier and the Sudan...

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