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Churchill, Winston S.

Churchill, Winston S. The Story of the Malakand Field Force. Longmans, Green, London (1898). B/w frontispiece portrait of Major-General Blood. 6 maps (2 foldouts, 4 full page). 2000 copies.

Churchill, Winston S. The Story of the Malakand Field Force. Longmans, Green, London (1898). Colonial edition - intended for sale in India and other colonies. B/w frontispiece portrait of Major-General Blood. 6 maps (2 foldouts, 4 full page)

Churchill, Winston S. The River War. An Historical Account of The Reconquest of the Soudan. Longmans, Green, London (1899). Two volumes. Edited by Col. F. Rhodes. Portrait frontis of Viscount Cromer in volume one, and Lord Kitchener in volume two. With 25 illustrations, 16 maps and plans in Volume I and 33 illustrations 18 maps and plans in Volume II by Angus McNeil, Seaforth Highlanders. 2500 copies.

Churchill, Winston S. The Story of the Malakand Field Force. Longmans, Green, London (1899). Corrects the large number of errors in the 1898 ediiton. B/w frontispiece portrait of Major-General Blood. 6 maps (2 foldouts, 4 full page). 1440 copies.

Churchill, Winston S. Savrola. A Tale of the Revolution in Laurania.. Longmans, Green, London (1900). First Colonial edition.

Churchill, Winston S. Savrola. A Tale of the Revolution in Laurania.. Longmans, Green, London (1900). First British edition. 1500 copies printed.

Churchill, Winston S. Savrola. A Tale of the Revolution in Laurania.. Longmans, Green, New York (1900). First American edition.

Churchill, Winston S. Ian Hamilton's March. Longmans, Green, London (1900). First British edition. Four page Preface by the author. Includes 'Extracts from the Diary of Lieutenant H Frankland, a Prisoner of War at Pretoria'. Frontis portrait of Gen. Ian Hamilton, folding map at rear, 9 other maps and plans in text. 5003 copies. 32-page publishers' catalogue

Churchill, Winston S. Ian Hamilton's March. Longmans, Green, New York (1900). First American edition. Includes 'Extracts from the Diary of Lieutenant H Frankland, a Prisoner of War at Pretoria'. 1533 copies. Illustrated with maps and plans.

Churchill, Winston S. Ian Hamilton's March. Copp Clark, Toronto (1900). First Canadian edition. Includes 'Extracts from the Diary of Lieutenant H Frankland, a Prisoner of War at Pretoria'. Frontis portrait of Gen. Ian Hamilton. 10 maps (one three-color folding) and plans.

Churchill, Winston S. London to Ladysmith via Pretoria. Longmans, Green, New York (1900). First American edition. 3 folding maps, 5 other maps and plans. 3000 copies

Churchill, Winston S. London To Ladysmith Via Pretoria. Longmans, Green, London (1900). First British edition. Coloured folding map as frontispiece, 1 full page and 2 folding b/w maps, 4 plans. 32 page publisher's catalogue at rear. 10,000 copies.

Churchill, Winston S. London To Ladysmith Via Pretoria. Copp Clark, Toronto (1900). First Canadian edition. Folding frontispiece map and two other folding maps; 5 maps and plans in text.

Churchill, Winston S. The Story of the Malakand Field Force. Longmans, Green, London (1901). 1000 copies. Frontis + 6 maps and sketches

Churchill, Winston S. The River War. An Historical Account of the Reconquest of the Soudan.. Longmans, Green, London (1902). 1003 copies. 22 maps of which 14 are colour maps (6 folding). First one volume edition. Photogravure portrait frontispiece of Kitchener

Churchill, Winston S. Mr. Winston Churchill on the Aliens Bill. The Liberal Publications Department, London (1904). Leaflet publication of Churchill's letter in opposition to the Aliens Bill.

Churchill, Winston S. Tory M.P.'s on Mr. Brodrick's Army Corps Scheme. The Liberal Publications Department, London (1904). The pamphlet is 4 pages in length and contains two excerpts from Churchill's House of Commons Speech of 24 February 1903

Churchill, Winston S. Lord Randolf Churchill. Macmillan, London (1906). Two volumes. 2 portrait frontispieces in photogravure, 6 plates in photogravure and 10 cartoons (one coloured) and facsimiles (one folding).

Churchill, Winston S. Lord Randolf Churchill. Macmillan, New York (1906). Two volumes. Engraved frontispiece portrait in each volume. Volume I has 9 other plates (two in colour) and Volume II has 7 other plates (one double page).

Churchill, Winston S. Lord Randolf Churchill. Macmillan, London (1907). First edition in one volume. Photogravure portrait frontispiece, four plates including colour reproduction of Leslie Ward's cartoon The Fourth Party and three documents in facsimile of which one in colour.

Churchill, Winston S. My African Journey. Hodder and Stoughton, London (1908). First British edition. With 61 illustrations from photographs by the author and LC Gordon Wilson, and 3 maps. 903 copies sold.

Churchill, Winston S. My African Journey. Hodder and Stoughton, New York (1908). First American edition. 1400 copies.

Churchill, Winston S. Savrola (A Tale of the Revolution in Laurania). George Newnes, London (1908). Two full page plates. First illustrated edition.

Churchill, Winston S. My African Journey. Briggs, Toronto (1909). First Canadian edition.

Churchill, Winston S. My African Journey. Hodder and Stoughton, London (1909). Colour illustration of Churchill.

Churchill, Winston S. Liberalism and the Social Problem. Hodder and Stoughton, London (1909). First British edition. 5000 copies printed. Introduction by H.W. Massingham. A collection of speeches.

Churchill, Winston S. Liberalism and Socialism. The Liberal Publication Department, London (1909). Only printing of Churchill's speech defining the difference between Liberalism and Socialism given in Dundee on 4 May 1908.

Churchill, Winston S. The People's Rights: Selected from his Lancashire and other Recent Speeches.. Hodder and Stoughton, London (1910). Collection of Churchill's speeches.

Churchill, Winston S. Liberalism and the Social Problem. Hodder and Stoughton, New York (1910). First American edition.

Churchill, Winston S. Mr. Churchill on the Peers. The Liberal Publication Department, London (1911). Pamphlets and Leaflets for 1910. Contains pamphlets by other writers.

Churchill, Winston S. Young Liberal Pamphlets (1903-1913). National League of Young Liberals, London (1914). With J. Aubrey Rees and Walter Runciman.

Churchill, Winston S. A traveller in war-time; with an essay on the American contribution and the democratic idea. Macmillan, New York (1918). Frontis and plates.

Churchill, Winston S. The World Crisis. Thornton Butterworth, London (1923). Six volumes. With 48 maps (some folding and coloured), plans, illustrations (including 8 photograph portraits) and facsimiles of letters and documents.

Churchill, Winston S. The World Crisis. Scribner's, New York (1923). Six volume set spans the 1911-1918 war years, with two supplemental volumes covering the postwar years 1918-1928 (The Aftermath) and the Eastern theatre (The Unknown War: The Eastern Front).

Churchill, Winston S. The World Crisis: 1916-1918. Thornton Butterworth, London (1927). First British edition. Maps and charts. Two volume set.

Churchill, Winston S. The World Crisis: 1916-1918. Scribner's, New York (1927). First U.S. edition. Two volume set.

Churchill, Winston S. The World Crisis: The Aftermath. Thornton Butterworth, London (1929). Illustrated with maps

Churchill, Winston S. The World Crisis: The Aftermath, 1918-1928. Scribner's, New York (1929). First U.S. edition.

Churchill, Winston S. My Early Life: A Roving Commission. Thornton Butterworth, London (1930). Frontispiece, 16 plates and 11 illustrations in the text.

Churchill, Winston S. A Roving Commission. Scribner's, New York (1930). First U.S. edition. B/w photo frontispiece and 15 plates, 1 folding map.

Churchill, Winston S. India. Thornton Butterworth, London (1931). A collection of 10 speeches made by Churchill as part of his campaign against the India Bill, with an Introduction.

Churchill, Winston S. The World Crisis: The Unknown War. Scribner's, New York (1931). First U.S. edition. The sixth and final book of Churchill's history of the First World War. Numerous maps and plans, some folding and coloured.

Churchill, Winston S. The World Crisis. Thornton Butterworth, London (1931). Illustrated with maps, charts and photographs. Six volumes. 5000 copies.

Churchill, Winston S. The Mahdi of Allah. Putnam, London (1931). By Richard Bermann. Four page introduction by Churchill. 15 plates from photographs and 2 maps.

Churchill, Winston S. The World Crisis. Scribner's, New York (1931). First U.S. abridged and revised edition Extensive maps and charts

Churchill, Winston S. The Strand Magazine - January, February, March, April, May and June 1931. Newnes, London (). Series of articles by Winston S. Churchill. With articles by PG Wodehouse, Winston Churchill, E.Phillips Oppenheim, Edgar Wallace, Denis Mackail, Sapper (H C McNeille), J B Priestley, D B Wyndham Lewis, and Cherry Kearton. All stories are illustrated.

Churchill, Winston S. Amid These Storms. Scribner's, New York (1932). 23 essays. First U.S. edition. Illustrated with a frontispiece portrait of Winston Churchill, and drawings.

Churchill, Winston S. Thoughts and Adventures. Thornton Butterworth, London (1932). First British edition. Frontis portrait of Churchill at his easel. 23 essays. Several cartoons.

Churchill, Winston S. The Great War. Newnes, London (1933). First illustrated edition, with illustrations including maps, photographs and charts and drawings. Three volumes. Printed on quality coated paper.

Churchill, Winston S. Marlborough: His Life and Times, 1650- 1722.. Scribners, New York (1933). First U.S. edition. Six volumes. Numerous illustrations throughout including portraits, maps, plans and other facsimiles.

Churchill, Winston S. The River War - An Account of the Re-conquest of the Soudan.. Eyre and Spottiswoode, London (1933). With 22 maps (many folding and some in two colours) and plans.

Churchill, Winston S. The River War. Scribner's, New York (1933). First U.S. edition. 1040 copies.

Churchill, Winston S. Marlborough:His Life and Times. Harrap, London (1933). 155 four volume sets. Portrait frontispieces, and illustrated plates, plans (many folding), document facsimiles and maps (several folding),

Churchill, Winston S. Marlborough:His Life and Times. Scribners, New York (1933). First American edition. Six volume set. Maps and plates.

Churchill, Winston S. Marlborough:His Life and Times. Ryerson Press, Toronto (1933). First Canadian edition. 4 volume set.

Churchill, Winston S. The Strand Magazine - January, February, March, April, May and June 1933. Newnes, London (1933). 6 months of magazine in bound volume. Illustrated. Contains - Great Fighters in Lost Causes by Rt Hon Winston Churchill.

Churchill, Winston S. Great Contemporaries. Thornton Butterworth, London (1937). First British edition. Collection of essays about 21 leading personalities of the day. Photo plate of each subject. 2000 copies printed.

Churchill, Winston S. Great Contemporaries. Putnam, New York (1937). First American edition. Collection of essays about 21 leading personalities of the day. Photo plate of each subject.

Churchill, Winston S. While England Slept. Putnam, New York (1938). First U.S. edition. Collection of speeches.

Churchill, Winston S. Great Contemporaries. Thornton Butterworth, London (1938). Revised edition with four additional biographies. Photo plate portrait of each of the 25 subjects.

Churchill, Winston S. Arms and the Covenant. Harrap, London (1938). 5000 copies were printed. Preface by Randolph Churchill. Frontispiece photograph.

Churchill, Winston S. Step By Step. Putnam, New York (1939). First U.S. edition. Includes 82 newspaper articles focused on foreign affairs written by Churchill between March 1936 and May 1939.

Churchill, Winston S. Step By Step. Thornton Butterworth, London (1939). First UK edition. Two maps, one folding. Includes 82 newspaper articles focused on foreign affairs written by Churchill between March 1936 and May 1939.

Churchill, Winston S. Marlborough: His Life and Times. Harrap, London (1939). Limited presentation ediiton. 4 volumes.

Churchill, Winston S. The River War (An Historical Account of the Reconquest of the Sudan). Eyre and Spottiswoode, London (1940). 1252 copies printed.

Churchill, Winston S. Addresses Delivered by the Prime Minister, Winston Churchill. Ransohoffs, San Francisco (1940). Printed and bound by the Grabhorn Press on heavy handmade paper in 2 colours on large 10.5 x 15.5 inch pages. 250 copies printed.

Churchill, Winston S. Text of Prime Minister Winston Churchill's speech to the Italian People, December 23rd, 1940. The British Library of Information, New York (1940). Only printing of Churchill's December 23, 1940 address to the Italian People.

Churchill, Winston S. Speech Broadcast by The Prime Minister Mr. Winston Churchill to the People of France, October 21, 1940. The British Library of Information, New York (1940). Only printing of Churchill's October 21, 1940 broadcast speech to the French people.

Churchill, Winston S. A Speech by The Prime Minister The Right Honourable Winston Churchill in the House of Commons August 20th, 1940. Baynard Press, London (1940). His Majesty's Stationary Office edition.

Churchill, Winston S. Speech by The Prime Minister Mr. Winston Churchill On War Problems Facing Britain Delivered in the House of Commons, November 5, 1940. The British Library of Information, New York (1940). Only printing of Churchill's speech to the House of Commons reporting on wartime challenges after six months as Prime Minister.

Churchill, Winston S. Address delivered in the year nineteen hundred and forty to the people of Great Britain, and to the members of the English House of Commons.. Ransohoffs, San Francisco (1940). Limited to 250 copies printed by the Grabhorn Press. Includes seven of Churchill's speechs at the dawn of World War II.

Churchill, Winston S. The Second World War series, and eight volumes of Winston Churchill's War Speeches. Cassell's, London/Sydney (1940). Six volume set of The Second World War series, plus eight volumes of Winston Churchill's War Speeches, comprising the following titles: Volume I, One: The Gathering Storm. TOGETHER WITH: Volume II, Two: Their Finest Hour. TOGETHER WITH: Volume III, Three: The Grand Alliance. TOGETHER WITH: Volume IV, Four: The Hinge of Fate. TOGETHER WITH: Volume V, Five: Closing the Ring. TOGETHER WITH: Volume VI, Six: Triumph and Tragedy. TOGETHER WITH: The End of the Beginning: War Speeches. TOGETHER WITH: Into Battle. TOGETHER WITH; The Unrelenting Struggle. TOGETHER WITH: The Dawn of Liberation. TOGETHER WITH: Onwards to Victory. TOGETHER WITH: Secret Session Speeches. TOGETHER WITH: Victory. TOGETHER WITH: The Sinews of Peace. TOGETHER WITH: The Life and Times of Winston Churchill by Malcolm Thomson.

Churchill, Winston S. Beating the Invader. Ministry of Information, London (1941). Wartime leaflet.

Churchill, Winston S. The Menace of Land Monopoly. The Henry George Foundation, Melbourne (1941). Reprint of extracts from two Churchill speeches delivered in the House of Commons on 4 May 1909 and at King's Theatre, Edinburgh, 17 July 1909.

Churchill, Winston S. Broadcast Addresses to the Peoples of Great Britain, Italy, Poland, Russia, and the United States, by the Prime Minister of the British Empire, Winston Churchill MCMXL - MCMXLI. Ransohoffs, San Francisco (1941). Printed and bound by the Grabhorn Press on heavy handmade paper in 3 colours. 250 copies printed.

Churchill, Winston S. Speech Broadcast by The Prime Minister Mr. Winston Churchill, April 27, 1941. The British Library of Information, New York (1941). Only printing of Churchill's broadcast speech of 27 April 1941.

Churchill, Winston S. Speech Broadcast by The Prime Minister Mr. Winston S. Churchill, February 9th, 1941. The British Library of Information, New York (1941). Churchill's Give us the tools and we will finish the job speech.

Churchill, Winston S. Speech by the Prime Minister Mr. Winston Churchill to the Pilgrims, January 9, 1941. The British Library of Information, New York (1941). Only printing of Churchill's January 9, 1941 speech to the Pilgrims Society.

Churchill, Winston S. Speech by the Prime Minister Mr. Winston Churchill to the Pilgrim Society, March 18, 1941. The British Library of Information, New York (1941). Only printing, of Churchill's 18 March 1941 address to the Pilgrims Society

Churchill, Winston S. War Speeches.. Cassell, London (1941). Seven volumes. Includes: Into Battle, The Unrelenting Struggle, The End of the Beginning, Onwards to Victory, The Dawn of Liberation, Victory, Secret Session Speeches. Frontispieces in first five works along with other photographs.

Churchill, Winston S. An Address by The Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill, Prime Minister of Great Britain, December 26th 1941. Overbrooks Press, Stamford (1942). 1000 copies bound in hardcovers.

Churchill, Winston S. Speech by the Prime Minister Mr. Winston Churchill broadcast on May 10, 1942. The British Library of Information, New York (1942). Pamphlet.

Churchill, Winston S. The Unrelenting Struggle, The End of the Beginning, Onwards to Victory, The Dawn of Liberation, Victory, Secret Session Speeches. Cassell, Melbourne and Sydney (1942). This is a full set of Australian first editions of Winston Churchill's war speeches. Six volumes.

Churchill, Winston S. Here is the Course We Steer. National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations, London (1945). Only printing of the Political edition of this wartime speech pamphlet.

Churchill, Winston S. War speeches 1940-1945. Cassell, London (1946). First collected edition of the War Speeches. Printed on war economy standard paper. Half tone frontispiece photo.

Churchill, Winston S. Victory. Cassell, London (1946). Seven volumes of war speeches from January to August 1945,

Churchill, Winston S. Marlborough: His Life and Times. Harrap, London (1947). Two volume set. With maps , some fold-out maps, and plans. Plates of the Duke and Countess of Marlborough on frontispieces.

Churchill, Winston S. Savrola. A la Voile Latine, Monaco, (1948). Illustrated numbered edition in French. Illustrated by Andre Collot with wood cuts in colour and black and white.

Churchill, Winston S. The Second World War. Cassell, London (1948). First English edition. Six volumes. Contents: v. 1. The gathering storm. -- v. 2. Their finest hour. -- v. 3. The Grand Alliance. -- v. 4. The hinge of fate. -- v. 5. Closing the ring. -- v. 6. Triumph and tragedy. Maps (some foldout), diagrams, and tables throughout.

Churchill, Winston S. The Second World War. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1948). First American edition. Six volumes ( The Gathering Storm; Their Finest Hour; The Grand Alliance; The Hinge Of Fate; Closing The Ring; Triumph And Tragedy). Maps and diagrams throughout.

Churchill, Winston S. Painting as a Pastime. Odhams, London (1948). First British edition. Illustrated with 18 colour plates reproducing Churchill's paintings. Portrait frontispiece.

Churchill, Winston S. The Second World War. Cassell, London (1948). Six volumes. Illustrated with maps and diagrams, some folding.

Churchill, Winston S. The Second World War. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1948). Six volumes.

Churchill, Winston S. The Second World War. Thomas Allen, Toronto (1948). First Canadian edition. Six volumes.

Churchill, Winston S. The Postwar Speeches. Cassell, London (1948). First British edition. Five volumes. Includes: The Sinews of Peace, Europe Unite, In the Balance, Stemming the Tide, and The Unwritten Alliance.

Churchill, Winston S. The World Crisis. Scribner's, New York (1949). Fold-out maps and illustrations.

Churchill, Winston S. Their Finest Hour. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1949).

Churchill, Winston S. The World Crisis 1911-1918. Odhams Press, London (1949). Four volume set. Maps. Frontispiece.

Churchill, Winston S. The Postwar Speeches. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1949). Four volume set. Includes: The Sinews of Peace, Europe Unite, In the Balance, and Stemming the Tide

Churchill, Winston S. The River War An Account Of The Reconquest Of The Sudan. Eyre and Spottiswoode, London (1951). 22 maps, some fold-out maps.

Churchill, Winston S. In The Balance. Cassell, London (1951).

Churchill, Winston S. The War Speeches of the Rt Hon Winston S Churchill. Cassell, London (1951). Compiled by Charles Eade. 4740 copies. Three volume set.

Churchill, Winston S. In The Balance: Speeches 1949 and 1950.. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1952). First American edition. 2000 copies.

Churchill, Winston S. The War Speeches of the Rt Hon Winston S Churchill. Cassell, London (1952). Compiled by Charles Eade. Three volume set.

Churchill, Winston S. Stemming the Tide. Cassell, London (1953). First UK printing. 5500 copies.

Churchill, Winston S. Churchill, By His Contemporaries.. Hutchinson, London (1953). Edited by Charles Eade. Illustrated. Contributors include President Eisenhower, Mrs Roosevelt, Adolf Hitler, Sir Compton MacKenzie and George Bernard Shaw.

Churchill, Winston S. The War Speeches of the Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1953). First U.S. edition. 500 copies. Three volumes.

Churchill, Winston S. The Second World War. Educational Book Co., London (1954). Chartwell edition. Six volumes (VOL I - The Gathering Storm. VOL II - Their Finest Hour. VOL III - The Grand Alliance. VOL IV - The Hinge of Fate. VOL V - Closing the Ring. VOL VI - Triumph and Tragedy). Numerous photos in each volume, a two colour title page and colour frontis plate in each volume. Three colour maps.

Churchill, Winston S. Savrola. A Tale of the Revolution in Laurania.. Random House, New York (1956). Portrait frontispiece.

Churchill, Winston S. A History of the English-Speaking Peoples. Cassell, London (1956). Four volumes. First British edition. Illustrated with maps and genealogical tables.

Churchill, Winston S. A History of the English-Speaking Peoples. London Educational Book Company (1956). Four volumes. With maps, illustrations and genealogical tables.

Churchill, Winston S. 4th Hussar, The Story of the 4th Queen's Own Hussars, 1685-1958. Aldershot, Gale and Polden Ltd. (1959). By David Scott Daniell, with foreword and contributions by Winston S. Churchill. With 14 plates (10 in color, including a frontispiece featuring Churchill), and 30 maps, many folding.

Churchill, Winston S. The Unwritten Alliance. Cassell, London (1961). 5000 copies.

Churchill, Winston S. The American Civil War. Cassell, London (1961). Illustrated with 6 maps and 31 mono photographs taken during the war.

Churchill, Winston S. The Birth of Britain (A History of the English-Speaking Peoples). Bantam Books (1963).

Churchill, Winston S. Second World War. Heinemann, London (1966). Six volumes.

Churchill, Winston S. Marlborough: His Life and Times. Scribner's, London (1968). Four volumes.

Churchill, Winston S. A History of the English-Speaking Peoples. Purnell, London (1968). Park work. Edited by Sir Mortimer Wheeler, Hugh Trevor-Roper, and A. J. P. Taylor. With additional material by other authors, and numerous illustrations many in colour, on coated paper.

Churchill, Winston S. Joan of Arc, Her Life as Told by Winston Churchill. Dodd Mead, New York (1969). 17 colour illustrations by Lauren Ford. Excerpted from Churchill's A History of the English-Speaking Peoples.

Churchill, Winston S. A History of the English-Speaking Peoples. New Caxton Library Services, London (1971). Part work in 12 volumes. With contributions by many historians. Illustrated.

Churchill, Winston S. The Collected Works of Sir Winston Churchill. Library of Imperial History, London (1974). 34 volumes. 3000 sets.

Churchill, Winston S. Winston S. Churchill: His Complete Sppeches 1897-1963. Bowker, New York (1974). Eight volumes. Edited by Robert Rhodes James

Churchill, Winston S. The Major Works of Sir Winston Churchill. The Diners Club/Hamlyn, London (1974). 25 volume set (a six volume set of The Second World War, a 4 volume set of A History of the English Speaking Peoples, a three volume set of the complete War Speeches, a five volume set of The World Crisis, a four volume set of Marlborough His Life and Times, a two volume set of Lord Randolph Churchill, and one volume of My Early Life).

Churchill, Winston S. The Collected Essays of Sir Winston Churchill. Library of Imperial History, London (1976). Four volume set. Printed on special 500-year archival paper

Churchill, Winston S. The Second World War. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1983). U.S. Chartwell edition. Six volume set. 200 sets produced. Each front cover bears a color image of the circa 1938 View of Chartwell watercolor painting by the author.

Churchill, Winston S. The Dream. Churchill Literary Foundation, New Hampshire (1987). 500 hand-numbered copies.

Churchill, Winston S. The World Crisis. Easton Press, Norwalk (1991). Six volume set. Specially milled acid-neutral paper. Photos, maps and other illustrations.

Churchill, Winston S. My African Journey. Easton Press, Norwalk (1992). Contains photgraphs taken by the author. Printed on archival quality paper

Churchill, Winston S. A History of the English-Speaking Peoples. Easton Press, Norwalk (1992). Four volume set. Black and white illustrations.

Churchill, Winston S. The Second World War. Folio Society, London (2001). Six volume set. Frontispiece in each volume, b/w photographs, Numerous plates, maps and illustrations, through-out volumes.

Churchill, Winston S. The War Speeches of Winston S. Churchill. Easton Press, Norwalk (2001). Compilied by Charles Eade. Three volume set.

Churchill, Winston S. Never Give In!: The Best of Winston Churchill's Speeches.. Pimlico, London (2003). 100 copies edited and signed by Winston S. Churchill, the statesman's grandson.

Churchill, Winston S. Never Give In!: The Best of Winston Churchill's Speeches.. Easton Press, Norwalk (2003). 1225 numbered copies edited and signed by Winston S. Churchill, the statesman's grandson. 21 photos.

Churchill, Winston S. The Boer War. Easton Press, Norwalk (2005). Combines the full text of Churchill's two 1900 books ( London to Ladysmith, and Ian Hamilton's March) on the Boer War into a single volume.