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My Dear Mister Churchill

  • Author:
    Graebner, Walter
  • Publisher:
    Michael Joseph, London, 1965
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    Third impression
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Michael Joseph, London, February 1965. Third impression 1965. Book condition: good. A little bumping to upper corners. Some spotting to text block edges. Previous owner's bookplate to front pastedown. Dust jacket: fair. Unclipped. Generally rubbed and a little soiled. Some edge wear and some areas of small loss to edges and corners. Two closed tears to upper edge and one to lower. Spine a little discoloured, This is not a biography or an attempt to asess Curchill's place in history: it is a warm, sympathetic story of the human side of 'a man so great that another like him will not live in the next century, a man no-one could know without loving'. The author describes himself as the 'link man' between Churchill's office and the North American publishers during the preparation of the Memoirs and in that capacity he often acted as a kind of cross between a sounding board and courier for Sir Winston.
  • Our price: £3.50

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