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mr t g curtis

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Fascinating insight into the opening months of WW1

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Reviewed: 08-06-2020

A great book, well narrated. Provided fascinating insight into the inexorable wheels of disaster that precipitated the horrors of the Western Front.

Utterly fascinating, prescient, seminal.

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Reviewed: 03-02-2020

No book I have read has given more greater insight into contemporary political ethics expressed on campus, in the workplace, and in the offices of our state than this one. What I find staggering is that this book was written in 1993 and, with astonishing prescience, have me huge insights into the political ethics of the university campus where I worked from 2012 to 2019.
I must also commend Ms Hoff Sommers in giving me cause to delight in the type of clear-headed fair-minded feminism she represents. If all who spoke in the name of feminism spoke as she does, we would all be converts to the cause.
This book is also beautifully read by Ms Underwood in dulcet tones. I devoured this book in just a few days.

Great political biography

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Reviewed: 21-09-2019

A biography written by a politician and therefore providing a politician's eye view on Churchill. Fascinating for this reason.

Staggering. Every human should should read this.

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Reviewed: 09-04-2018

Staggering. Every human should should read this, to understand the horrors that destroyed the great European powers.