Churchill and Racism: Think a Little Deeper

April 24, 2017

Q: Another new movie, A United Kingdom,  tries to paint Churchill as the bad guy. It’s the story of Seretse Khama, a member of the Bechuanaland royal family and heir to the throne. After studying in England, he meets and marries a British woman, Ruth Williams. The South African government, which was adopting Apartheid, was troubled […]

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Thoughts on National Churchill Day 2017: TheQuestion.com

April 8, 2017

Q: TheQuestion tries to provide our readers with the most reliable knowledge from experts in various fields. As we celebrate National Churchill Day, April 9th, we would appreciate your thoughts on three questions. These are currently posted without responses on our website: Was Winston Churchill really that good an artist? What made him a great leader? […]

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Fateful Questions: World War II Microcosm (1)

April 2, 2017

Fateful Questions, September 1943-April 1944, nineteenth of the projected twenty-three document volumes, is reviewed by historian Andrew Roberts in Commentary. The volumes comprise “every important document of any kind that concerns Churchill, and the present volume is 2,752 pages long, representing an average of more than eleven pages per day.” Order your copy from the Hillsdale College Bookstore. […]

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Churchill Documents: The Italian Navy

March 23, 2017

Excerpted from “The Italian Navy in The Churchill Documents, Volume 19,” by Andrew Roberts. To read the full article, click here. Fateful Questions: September 1943 to April 1944, latest volume in The Churchill Documents, is available from Hillsdale College Bookstore. To order click here. Andrew Roberts writes: After the surrender of Italy to the Allies in September […]

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Hillsdale Churchill Conference with Nigel Farage

March 17, 2017

Hillsdale Churchill Conference with Nigel Farage Balmy temperatures and a record turnout of 700 marked our event featuring Nigel Farage  as keynote speaker at Hillsdale College‘s Churchill Conference and Dinner, held in conjunction with the “The Art of Winston Churchill: An Exhibition at Hillsdale College.” Like most Hillsdale educational events, there were no registration fees or meal charges, all […]

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