Among one of the most famous politicians and Prime Ministers, Winston Churchill was also a very successful and respected writer and journalist.
He is the author of various publications largely devoted to his love of history, however he also wrote about many other subjects to which he would return throughout his life.
The profoundly titled “If I Lived My Life Again” is a unique book, a fascinating collection by the great man reflecting upon his life and entirely written by Sir Winston Churchill.
Produced from his personal archives by English author and Lady Churchill’s biographer Jack Fishman, the book received the co-operation and support of Baroness Spencer-Churchill and the Churchill Foundation.
From personal papers, notes on private conversations, essays, diaries and speeches ‘If I lived My Life Again’ is an incredible and revealing insight to one of the greatest statesmen of the 20th Century.
Currently in preparation, a new e-book version of this publication will be available to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Churchill’s death in May 2015.
'I have been a journalist, and half my lifetime I earned my living by selling words and, I hope, thoughts.'
Sir Winston Churchill
'He mobilized the English language and sent it into battle'.
'Seldom has the English-speaking world been so moved by public utterance as it is moved by the great speeches of Winston Churchill who emerged as the man fit to voice the dauntless spirit of the free people.'
The New York Times (1940).