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Winston Churchill's secret documents auctioned for 7,400 pounds

Secret documents signed by former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, including one discussing plans to build a tunnel between England and France in 1914, where Churchill expresses his opinion as to how the country could be defended in the event of an ... DNA, 1 week ago

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Winston Churchill is more open to interpretation: Brian Cox

Veteran actor Brian Cox says that as a concept, former UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill can be discussed in a more liberal manner nowadays. The 71-year-old actor, who plays the titular role in the upcoming film "Churchill", compares the relevance of the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Sir Winston Churchill tried to supress secret war documents detailing a Nazi plot to make Duke of Windsor king

learned in 1953 that they were due to be published by official historians the following year as part of an official academic programme by the victorious Allies to release key Nazi documents. He wrote to Gen Dwight Eisenhower urging him to halt publication. Mr ...
 The Telegraph UK11 hours ago
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Revisiting the Miracle of Dunkirk

Seventy-seven years ago, 338,000 British soldiers were rescued from the beaches of Dunkirk in France, a stunning great escape which helped Britain avoid defeat in World War II.On July 21, 2017, this heroic evacuation will come alive on the big screen in Dunkirk, directed by Christopher Nolan, famous for movies like The Dark Knight trilogy, Insomnia, Prestige and Interstellar.As film critics hail Nolan's 'masterpiece', a look at that incredible rescue in the summer of '40. Dunkirk Review: ...
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Why Israel is like Pakistan

'Christopher Hitchens asked which State Israel had most in common with -- and then answered his own question, saying "Pakistan".''They were both, he explained "confessional States": Founded to succour the followers of a particular faith,' remembers Mihir S Sharma. Many years ago, I had lunch with Christopher Hitchens. It was an entertaining lunch, and given that I wasn't paying for it, I viewed his consumption of one-and-a-half bottles of wine during it with some equanimity. Hitchens, as he ...
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British PM protests after Thatcher statue plan blocked

British Prime Minister Theresa May called for plans to put up a statue of "Iron Lady" Margaret Thatcher outside the British parliament to go ahead despite concerns it could be targeted by vandals. "I understand there are a number of issues that have been ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Freedom Files : THE LAST SHEPHERD

The deep sense of foreboding was still to set in, lulled as they were by the faux protective shield provided by the linkages through Treaty Relations with British Paramountcy. The promised-land narrative would not last long for safe passage was out of the ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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With the clock ticking, Britain, EU play up chance of deal

By Alastair Macdonald and Elizabeth Piper BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union said after a first day of talks on Britain's exit from the 28-member bloc that the clock was ticking on negotiations, but British Brexit minister David Davis said he was ...
 Sify1 month ago

Power and Pelf

FOR A LIVELY writer who pulls unexpected rabbits out of history’s hat, Jeffrey E Garten has been very remiss. There’s nary a mention in his erudite, informative and readable book of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam , ‘the world is one family’, the Sanskrit ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago

Hinduja teams up with Raffles to open luxury hotel in London's

The Hinduja group has signed a deal with Europe's largest hotel chain to transform the UK's iconic Old War Office building, once occupied by Britain's war-time prime minister Winston Churchill, into a luxury hotel.
 DNA1 month ago
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