The Smart Words and Wicked Wit of Winston Churchill

Edited by Max Morris

About The Book

“For myself I am an optimist,” said legendary British politician Winston Churchill. “It does not seem to be much use being anything else.”

Have you ever wanted to deliver the ultimate Churchillian wisecrack? Give sound advice to a peer on how to deal with life’s problems? Or contribute to a heated discussion on international politics? The Smart Words and Wicked Wit of Winston Churchill is the perfect pocket book to carry around in your arsenal as you laugh at Churchill’s devious brand of smarts and learn from his political and humanist outlook on life during the turmoil of the Second World War. Discover what he had to say about domestic politics, war and peace, power, struggles and strife, education, philosophy, and some of the biggest names of his time, including himself.

Beautifully designed and curated, this entertaining collection compiles the wisest and wittiest Churchill quotations that speak of the politician’s enduring legacy in contemporary pop culture. Full of savvy and wisdoms, The Smart Words and Wicked Wit of Winston Churchill is sure to delight devoted fans of history and casual readers alike.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Skyhorse (March 21, 2017)
  • Length: 160 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781510715851

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Raves and Reviews

“For myself I am an optimist—it does not seem to be much use being anything else.”

“Men will forgive a man anything except bad prose.”

“Although always prepared for martyrdom, I preferred that it should be postponed.”

—Winston Churchill

“For myself I am an optimist—it does not seem to be much use being anything else.”

“Men will forgive a man anything except bad prose.”

“Although always prepared for martyrdom, I preferred that it should be postponed.”

—Winston Churchill