A Selection from the Broadcasts Given in Memory of Winston Churchill K.G., O.M., C. H. in the Sound and Television Services of the British Broadcasting Corporation, 24 to 30 January, 1965 - Anon.London: British Broadcasting Corporation, 1965, Hardback in Dust Wrapper.
Condition: Very Good — in Good Dust Wrapper. A little rubbing to the edges of the dust wrapper, more heavily at the spine ends and corners. Text complete, clean and tight but a little age-tanned and slightly musty.
Illustrated by way of: Black & White Photographs; Begins with a biography by Patrick O’Donovan a portrait by Christopher Sykes and Maurice Brown.
From the cover: “This book contains a selection of the broadcasts about the late Sir Winston Churchill on the television and radio services of the BBC between the time of his death and the day of his funeral. It contains not merely tributes by his friends and colleagues throughout the world, but a number of personal comments and recollections by men and women who knew him intimately. Among contributors are leading soldiers and administrators who served under Sir Winston when he was Prime Minister during the last war, allies from abroad, like General Eisenhower, fellow members of parliament, and those who helped him in his writing of history and his painting of pictures. The whole book bears witness to the deep admiration that was everywhere felt for this great man, and also throws a flood of light on the many facets of his character and achievement.”
Foreword or introduction by R.t Hon. Lord Normanbrook, G.C.B. & Viaurice Ashley. Size: 11" x 8¾". Grey boards with Gilt titling to the Spine. 144 pages.