During the Second World War, Britain faced the threat of invasion for the first time in almost a thousand years. The foresight, courage and leadership of one man saw the defeat of tyranny and fascism across Europe, and secured victory for Britain and its allies. That man was Winston Churchill.

Chartwell was Churchill’s home for over 40 years, a beloved family home and a place that inspired his pen and paintbrush in equal measure. What’s more, Chartwell sustained Churchill, giving him the strength to deal with the pressures of political life and to lead Britain through its darkest hour.

SKU: 50058149
Format: Paperback
Author: Katherine Carter and Tim Parker
Dimensions: H21 x W21cm
ISBN: 9781912471669
No. of Pages: 56


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