A controversial account of the Churchill years by a bestselling historian.
This highly praised book by the Wolfson History Prize-winning author of SALISBURY tackles six aspects of Churchilliana and uncovers a plethora of disturbing facts about wartime and post-war Britain.
His revelations include:
- The case for the impeachment of Lord Mountbatten
- The Nazi sympathies of Sir Arthur Bryant, hitherto considered a ¿patriotic historian¿
- The British establishment¿s doubt about Churchill¿s role after Dunkirk
- The appeasement of the trade unions in Churchill¿s Indian summer
- The inside story of black immigration in the early 1950s
- The anti-Churchill stance adopted by the Royal Family in 1940