Legend has it that Marie Antoinette once heard a nurse sing the song "Malbroug s´en va t´en guerre" to a little dauphin. She then became a hit all over all Versailles and Beumarchais used it in the play "The Marriage of Figaro".
Biography of a British fighter ace, a participant in the Battle of Britain and the campaign in Africa and Italy.
I have been dedicated to history since I was 10 years old. While studying the history of World War II, I came across a personality who was making history at the time. It was Winston Churchill - the biggest star of the British Empire. Many books have been described about this man and it will be described and he has many pages on the net, just enter his name on Altavista and you will get to many less or more high-quality pages. Not only should all historians study it, but his life and work have an essential function for the study of political science, and we must not forget Churchill as a great writer and a decent painter.
Chapter 2 - The Young Soldier
Chapter 3 - Political Beginnings
Chapter 4 - Liberal politician
Chapter 5 - Depression and initiative in the First World War
Chapter 6 - Winston and Bolshevism
Chapter 7. - Return to the Conservatives
Chapter 8 - The German Threat
Chapter 9 - His greatest hour
There is an inexhaustible amount of literature about Winston Churchill, and it seems that as a historian does a different interpretation, sometimes it goes ad absurdum. Well, it simply follows from the fact that we are each different and each of us evaluates things differently. Neither those who glorify Churchill indefinitely nor those who insult him are right. In the end, however, we will all have to acknowledge the greatness of Winston Churchill, perhaps it would be good to paraphrase Jára Cimrman: “We can argue about that, we can disagree, but that's about all we can do about it. "