As a child we played “war” a lot. And why wouldn’t we? It was on television and in movie theaters. I was also given books about World War II. Somehow the Battle of Britain managed to be among the most talked about event. Perhaps it is our closeness to our mother country that brought their experience … More The Supermarine Spitfire: To Be, Or Not to Be?
Winston Churchill – then Prime Minister for less than a month, then gave a taste of his courageous leadership in the House of Commons, June 4th, 1940, following the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from Dunkirk: We shall go on to the end, we shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas … More Fight on the Beaches
Under heavy escort and in complete secrecy, Prime Minister Winston Churchill is driven to the offices of his therapist. “Good afternoon Mr. Churchill, it is good to see you again.” Thank you doctor Freud, although I might say it is not always good to see you. “How have things been going since I saw you … More Winston Churchill Gets Some Counseling