Ponting's text challenges the Churchill myth, declaring that much of the accepted interpretation of Churchill's life stems from his own writings about himself. Using source material released during the past 25 years, it questions his competence as a war leader and the true level of his popularity.
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Also by Clive Ponting: The Right to Know: The Inside Story of the Belgrano Affair, Whitehall: Tragedy and Farce, Breach of Promise: Labour in Power 1964-1070, Whitehall: Changing the Old Guard, Secrecy in Britain, 1940: Myth and Reality, A Green History of the World.
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