Dinner with Churchill
Stelzer’s compelling assertion is that Winston Churchill used dinner parties as political tools, stages upon which to sway his opponents, rally allies, gather information, forge connections among his guests (including King George VI), and expound upon a host of subjects which fascinated him. As with so many things Churchill arranged, he was extraordinarily concerned with details, including seating arrangements, menu items, and wines. Stelzer, a journalist and researcher, uses a variety of first-person accounts from Churchill and his guests to illustrate her thesis, and the great man’s force of personality is vividly evident throughout.
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