Winston Churchill by his Personal Secretary: Recollections of The Great Man by A Woman Who Worked for Him par Charles Muller

Winston Churchill by his Personal Secretary: Recollections of The Great Man by A Woman Who Worked for Him par Charles Muller

Titre de livre: Winston Churchill by his Personal Secretary: Recollections of The Great Man by A Woman Who Worked for Him

Auteur: Charles Muller

Broché: 178 pages

Date de sortie: September 17, 2007

ISBN: 0595468527

Éditeur: iUniverse

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Elizabeth Nel served as Winston Churchill's personal secretary during World War II. The vivid and human details of her experiences, of her impressions and memories of the irascible and loveable war hero, take up the story of Churchill's life at No. 10 where the BBC's impressive drama, The Gathering Storm, leaves off-when Churchill took over the reins of Government at the outset of the war. Finally, the author, Elizabeth Nel, at 90 years of age, looks back across the years. "Mrs Nel was Mr Churchill's secretary from 1941 to 1945 and her experiences, from the first day of inevitable blunders to the wartime meetings in Canada, the United States, Moscow, Yalta and Casablanca to which she accompanied him, are told with a modest restraint."-"The Times Literary Supplement" "She was by his side when Germany attacked Russia; when Pearl Harbour, the fall of Tobruk and Arnhem occurred. But somehow the distant roar of guns is dimmed by the sweat of being Mr Churchill's secretary."-"Daily Express" "It is a personal book, but one that shows the great admiration Churchill was able to inspire in those who worked with him."-"New York Herald Tribune"