Winston Churchill, Architect of Peace: A Study of Statesmanship and the Cold War

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NOTES
1.
Gilbert, The Stricken World, p. 785.
2.
Churchill, The Birth of Britain, p. 67.
3.
Winston S. Churchill, The Second World War, vol. 3, The Grand Alliance ( Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1950), p. 509.
4.
Churchill, The Gathering Storm, p. 168.
5.
Churchill, Marlborough, vol. 1, p. 229.
6.
Gilbert, "Winston S. Churchill", vol. 7, Road to Victory: 1941-1945 ( Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1986), p. 65. A message sent to FDR in February 1942 when western interests were under assault in the Far East as well.
7.
Churchill, cited in Gilbert, Road to Victory, p. 254.
8.
See Winston S. Churchill, "The Second World War", vol. 2, Their Finest Hour ( Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1949), p. 225: "We abate nothing of our just demands; not one jot or tittle do we recede. . . . Czechs, Poles, Norwegians, Dutch, Belgians, have joined their causes to our own. All these shall be restored." See also Chester Wilmot , The Struggle for Europe (St. James Place, London: Collins, 1952), p. 707.
9.
Churchill, The Gathering Storm, p. 223.
10.
Churchill, Complete Speeches, p. 7,098.
11.
Gilbert, The Wilderness Years, p. 151.
12.
Quoted in Kenneth W. Thompson, Winston Churchill's World View: Statesmanship and Power ( Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 1983), pp. 91-92.
13.
Churchill, Their Finest Hour, p. 112.
14.
Churchill, "The Wounded Dragon," Step By Step, p. 137.
15.
Churchill, Their Finest Hour, p. 363. As we shall see, the "worst," the occupation of parts of Europe by yet another despotic power, eventually did come to pass anyway.
16.
Churchill, The Gathering Storm, p. 363.
17.
William Manchester, Alone, pp. 53, 61, 139, 174, 176, 206-207, 372, 475.
18.
Churchill, The Gathering Storm, pp. 370-376.
19.
Gilbert, The Wilderness Years, p. 161.
20.
Churchill, The Gathering Storm, pp. 371, 375.
21.
Wilmot, The Struggle For Europe, p. 68.
22.
Churchill, The Gathering Storm, pp. 374, 349.
23.
See Abraham Lincoln, "First Inaugural Address--Final Text," March 4, 1861, The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, vol. 4, Roy P. Basler, ed. ( New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1953), pp. 262-271; "Annual Message to Congress," December 3, 1861, Collected Works, vol. 5, pp. 35-53; "Letter to Horace Greeley," August 22, 1862, Collected Works, vol. 5, pp. 388-389; and "Annual Message to Congress," December 1, 1862, Collected Works, vol. 5, pp. 518-537.
24.
Martin Gilbert, Winston S. Churchill, vol. 6, Finest Hour; 1939- 1941, ( Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1983), pp. 1,015, 1,067.
25.
Churchill, The Gathering Storm, p. 362.
26.
Churchill, The Gathering Storm, p. 379.
27.
Churchill, The Gathering Storm, p. 393.
28.
Churchill, The Gathering Storm, p. 367-368.
29.
Churchill, The Gathering Storm, p. 15.
30.
Churchill, Their Finest Hour, p. 133.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • Note xii
  • Chapter 1 Introduction 1
  • Chapter 2 Some Elements of Churchill's Political Understanding 7
  • Notes 26
  • Chapter 3 the Grand Alliance: Grand Forces, Great Men, and a Grave New World 33
  • Notes 75
  • Chapter 4 Churchill at Fulton: the Precarious Peace 85
  • Notes 104
  • Chapter 5 Churchill's Postwar Statesmanship Part I: Force and International Politics 109
  • Notes 125
  • Chapter 6 Churchill's Postwar Statesmanship Part Ii: Negotiation and Persuasion 131
  • Chapter 7 Conclusion 163
  • Notes 172
  • Bibliography 175
  • Index 181
  • About the Author 187
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