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The archive gives insight into the personal and professional life of Winston Churchill from his days in school to his final years as a statesman during the Cold War.
This archive is an exceptional resource that will be particularly useful for researchers and students of History, Literature and Politics. The online availability of this archive, which is based at the Churchill College, Cambridge, follows the completion of a two year digitisation process.
The archive also incorporates several interactive user tools, including a special feature called ‘Action this Day’ that provides information on the events of specific days in history.
You can search the archive for specific historical people, certain places, by topic, or by period. The whole text of the archive has been mined to identify individuals mentioned ten times or more, taking into account pseudonyms and titles. Full reading lists and bibliographies are also included to aid further research.
Access the archive via Primo by using the Databases A-Z feature.
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