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Text:"...WINSTONSPENCERCHURCHILL maritzburg and Colenso, the cars were derailed and Churchill was taken prisoner. The train was made up of three flat cars, two armored cars, and between them the engine..."
Date:1906
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WINSTONSPENCERCHURCHILL enemy, Churchill for the time became a sort of popular hero, and to his countrymen his escape gave as much pleasure as it was a cause of chagrin to the Boers. But as days..."
Date:1906
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WINSTONSPENCERCHURCHILL they were many, said: Thats the end of Winston in the army. Hell never get another chance to criticise K. of K. But only two years later the chance came, when, no longer..."
Date:1906
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WINSTONSPENCERCHURCHILL the engine poor, tortured thing, hammered by at least a dozen shells, any one of which, by penetrating the boiler, might have made an end of all the expectation..."
Date:Between 1824 and 1860
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WinstonSpencerChurchill by Gladstone, Disraeli, Harcourt, and his own father. It was at the time of this change that he was called the best hated man in England, but the Liberals welcomed him..."
Date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WINSTONSPENCERCHURCHILL Egypt, he laid down his sword to pen the story of his lifes work. From a Second Lieutenant, who had been on the Nile hardly long enough to gain the desert tan..."
Date:1906
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WINSTONSPENCERCHURCHILL them was excellent. To a brother officer Churchill confided his purpose, and together they agreed that some night when the sentries had turned from the dark spot..."
Date:1906
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WinstonSpencerChurchill For his services with the Malakand Field Force he received the campaign medal with clasp, and, in despatches, Brigadier-General Jeffreys praises the courage and resolution..."
Date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...Bftoofoh Ubrwy CONTENTS i PAGE MAJOR-GENERAL HENRY RONALD DOUGLAS MAC!VER i II BARON JAMES HARDEN-HICKEY 32 III WINSTONSPENCERCHURCHILL 75 IV CAPTAIN PHILO NORTON MCGIFFIN . . . .120 GENERAL..."
Date:Between 1824 and 1860
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WinstonSpencerChurchill out, with frenzied followers of the Khalifa hanging to the bridle reins, hacking at the horses hamstrings, and slashing and firing point-blank at the troopers. Churchill..."
Date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WINSTONSPENCERCHURCHILL 327 MacDonald, was the event of the battle that ended Mahdism. There were just two minutes of slashing, spear throwing, hamstringing, rifle firing with muzzles against..."
Date:1914
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...WINSTONSPENCERCHURCHILL view of the military expert, and in his two books on the Boer War to the rapid impressions of the journalist. In these latter books he tells you of battles he has seen..."
Date:Between 1824 and 1860
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WINSTONSPENCERCHURCHILL ner was given to those of his friends and acquaintances who were under twenty-one years of age, and who in twenty years would control the destinies of the British Empire..."
Date:1906
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... WinstonSpencerChurchill 324 James Creelman 338 George Wilkins Kendall 352 Charles Carleton Coffin 386 Whitelaw Reid 386 George Washburn Smalley 400 Stephen Crane 418 Richai-d Harding Davis 418..."
Date:1914
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...WinstonSpencerChurchill He was below medium height, a slight, delicate-looking boy; although, as a matter of fact, extremely strong, with blue eyes, many freckles, and hair which threatened..."
Date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WinstonSpencerChurchill he did not hesitate to rush in, but this subject was one on which he spoke with knowledge. Over the older men who were forced to quote from hearsay or from what they had..."
Date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...CONTENTS nun MAJOR-GENERAL HENRY RONALD DOUGLAS MAC!VER i BARON JAMES HARDEN-HICKEY 33 WINSTONSPENCERCHURCHILL 75 CAPTAIN PHILO NORTON McGiFFiN .... 119 GENERAL WILLIAM WALKER, THE KING..."
Date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WinstonSpencerChurchill hiss as they passed in the air, the grunting and puffing of the engine poor, tortured thing, hammered by at least a dozen shells, any one of which, by penetrating..."
Date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WINSTONSPENCERCHURCHILL 335 A few months later he took his seat in the House of Commons, and by a happy coincidence he entered upon his Parliamentary career at the same age as had his father. His..."
Date:1914
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...WINSTONSPENCERCHURCHILL 329 captivity and shame on the one hand - safety, freedom and triumph on the other.* At last the engine did break past the obstruction. But the couplings had parted..."
Date:1914
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA