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Churchill At Munich by Michael Carin

Finalist for The Paragraphe Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction in 2019


With different leadership in place in the democracies, could World War II have been prevented? To answer in the emphatic positive we need only imagine, together with Michael Carin’s novel Churchill At Munich, an earlier advent to Downing Street of a certain lion-hearted man. We need only envision at the helm of British power an individual of diverse and remarkable talents whose courage and oratory will endure through the ages. If Winston Churchill had become Prime Minister before September 1938, and if he had attended the Munich Conference in place of Neville Chamberlain, all subsequent history would surely have taken a different path.

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The Metropolitain Press