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Churchill as War Correspondent for ‘The Morning Post’

(Broadwater Collection)

Churchill was a prolific writer throughout his life and constantly wrote newspaper articles and books, both in and out of office.

In his early career, this was a means both of earning a living and of making a name for himself. Writing continued to be a major source of income for Churchill as he tried to fund his expensive lifestyle.

Churchill won the Nobel Prize in 1953 and his many publications include The Story of the Malakand Field Force (1898), London to Ladysmith via Pretoria (1900), Lord Randolph Churchill (1906-7), Marlborough (1933-8), The Second World War (6 volumes 1948-54), and A History of the English-speaking Peoples (4 volumes, 1956-8).

Churchill The Man
Churchill as War Correspondant for ‘The Morning Post’
Broadwater Collection
Churchill's World

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Broadwater Collection
Churchill's Lifetime

Review Churchill's lifetime events and achievements.

(Churchill Archives Centre, Baroness Spencer-Churchill Papers, CSCT 5/2)