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"He is only thirty-eight now and he is a member of the English Ministry... he has been a wonder of the Empire since he was twenty-five. The only American he can be compared to is [Teddy] Roosevelt; and that comparison is not especially apt, because Churchill writes far better than Roosevelt does, talks far better, and at thirty-eight has gone farther than Roosevelt had when he reached that age... Churchill will undoubtedly be a prime minister of England one of these days."

More about Winston Churchill can be read here.

Click here to read about Churchill's December 13, 1941 visit to the White House.

     


Winston Churchill: Up-and-Comer (Saturday Evening Post, 1912)

Winston Churchill: Up-and-Comer (Saturday Evening Post, 1912)

Winston Churchill: Up-and-Comer (Saturday Evening Post, 1912)

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