Distributed for Imperial War Museum
There are few figures in all of world history as famous—or as physically distinctive—as Winston Churchill. His round face, three-piece suits, and jutting cigar symbolized British resistance in the darkest days of World War II, and in the decades since, he has become a byword for stalwart confidence and commitment.
This book presents little-known footage of Churchill inspecting troops from New Zealand in September 1940, rendered as a miniature flipbook. We see Churchill in action, talking with soldiers, gesturing to aides, and representing in his person the leadership the world needed at that moment. Sure to entertain Churchill’s many fans, this flip book also serves as the perfect introduction to his mystique.