The Pilsrimasfe of Winston Churchill

Lerner, Max
January 1942
New Republic;1/5/42, Vol. 106 Issue 1, p9
Focuses on the policies of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill on various issues related to the world politics. Criticism of the basic approach of Churchill to the strategy of the World War II; Criticism that he has not learned that modern warfare must be the warfare of a planned military machine inside of a planned economic machine; Assessment of the strength and defects of Churchill as a leader; Assumption that after the Russian Revolution he feared communism because of the sweep of world revolution and its impact on the British Empire.


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