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Tuesday, 8th March, 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Ouse Valley Branch: Churchill - a flawed talent?

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‘Churchill: a flawed talent?’ with Allen Packwood (Churchill archives, Churchill College, Cambridge)

It has long been accepted that Churchill was one of the great figures in British history. A man of huge talent, a great war leader, an inspiring orator, a prolific writer – but also a man with many flaws, an unpopular political figure, and controversial in many areas of political life. The speaker will guide our thinking to reach a balanced view of this extraordinary man.

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Date:
Tuesday, 8th March
Time:
12:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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Organiser

Ouse Valley Branch
Email:
ellen.punter@esu.org

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Venue

The Sharnbrook Hotel, Bedford
Park Lane, Sharnbrook
Bedford, MK44 1LX United Kingdom
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