As a soldier, war correspondent, biographer, Parliamentarian, and statesman, the Right Honorable WINSTON CHURCHILL has hit the nail on the head with phrases which will echo in men’s minds for a long time to come. In this and the preceding issue, the Atlantic has made a selection of characteristic excerpts from his speeches, correspondence, and early books — excerpts which were arranged by Colin Coote in collaboration with Denzil Batchelor and which are to be published by Houghton Mifflin in April under the title Maxims a nd Reflections.
As a soldier, war correspondent. biographer, historian, and statesman. the Right HonorableWINSTON CHURCHILLhas had the gift of hitting the nail on the head with words which have been more widely qnoted than those of any other Englishman of our time. The excerpts which follow have been arranged and provided with an introduction by Colin Coote and selected by him in collaboration with Denzil Batchelor; they are to be published in booh form by Houghton Mifflin in the early spring, under the title Maxims and Reflections.