Winston Churchill as a War Correspondent

Mortimer Menpes



Source: War Impressions, facing 150.

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Menpes on Churchill: “Among the correspondents there was Mr. Winston Churchill. What is there that has not been said about him? One has heard that he is this, that, and the other; that he was a tornado, a storm bird, a young man in a hurry; that he was a calm phlegmatic person, with an iron will and an audacious heart. I myself found him a very sympathetic individuality; not arrogant, not an egoist, but a good listener, and modest.” [continued below]

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