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“What are the best books about Winston Churchill?” We looked at 140 of the top Winston Churchill books, aggregating and ranking them so we could answer that very question!

The top 27 books, all appearing on 2 or more “Best Winston Churchill” book lists, are ranked below by how many times they appear. The remaining 100+ titles, as well as the sources we used, are in alphabetical order on the bottom of the page.

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Top 27 Winston Churchill Books



27 .) Churchill: A Biography by Roy Jenkins

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • NewsOK

“From acclaimed historian Roy Jenkins, a comprehensive portrait of Winston Churchill, an icon of modern history, from his childhood to the critical World War II period and beyond, in this definitive volume. A member of the House of Lords, Jenkins combines unparalleled command of British political history and his own high-level government experience in a narrative account of Churchill’s astounding career that is unmatched in its shrewd insights, its unforgettable anecdotes, the clarity of its overarching themes, and the author’s nuanced appreciation of his extraordinary subject.

Exceptional in its breadth of knowledge and distinguished in its stylish wit and penetrating intelligence, Churchill is one of the finest political biographies of our time.”

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26 .) Churchill: A Life by Martin Gilbert

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • NewsOK

Distilled from years of meticulous research and documentation, filled with material unavailable when the earliest books of the official biography’s eight volumes went to press, Churchill is a brilliant marriage of the hard facts of the public life and the intimate details of the private man. The result is a vital portrait of one of the most remarkable men of any age as well as a revealing depiction of a man of extraordinary courage and imagination.

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25 .) Clementine, the Life of Mrs. Winston Churchill by Sonia Purnell

Lists It Appears On:

  • NewsOK
  • Indigo

“Late in life, Winston Churchill claimed that victory in the Second World War would have been “impossible” without the woman who stood by his side for fifty-seven turbulent years. Why, then, do we know so little about her? In this landmark biography, a finalist for the Plutarch prize, Sonia Purnell finally gives Clementine Churchill her due.

Born into impecunious aristocracy, the young Clementine Hozier was the target of cruel snobbery. Many wondered why Winston married her, when the prime minister’s daughter was desperate for his attention. Yet their marriage proved to be an exceptional partnership. “”You know,””Winston confided to FDR, “”I tell Clemmie everything.””

Through the ups and downs of his tumultuous career, in the tense days when he stood against Chamberlain and the many months when he helped inspire his fellow countrymen and women to keep strong and carry on, Clementine made her husband’s career her mission, at the expense of her family, her health and, fatefully, of her children. Any real consideration of Winston Churchill is incomplete without an understanding of their relationship. Clementine is both the first real biography of this remarkable woman and a fascinating look inside their private world.”

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24 .) Five Days in London, May 1940 by John Lukacs

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • NewsOK

“The days from May 24 to May 28, 1940 altered the course of the history of this century, as the members of the British War Cabinet debated whether to negotiate with Hitler or to continue what became known as the Second World War. The decisive importance of these five days is the focus of John Lukacs’s magisterial new book.

Lukacs takes us hour by hour into the critical unfolding of events at 10 Downing Street, where Churchill and the members of his cabinet were painfully considering their war responsibilities. We see how the military disasters taking place on the Continent—particularly the plight of the nearly 400,000 British soldiers bottled up in Dunkirk—affected Churchill’s fragile political situation, for he had been prime minister only a fortnight and was regarded as impetuous and hotheaded even by many of his own party. Lukacs also investigates the mood of the British people, drawing on newspaper and Mass-Observation reports that show how the citizenry, though only partly informed about the dangers that faced them, nevertheless began to support Churchill’s determination to stand fast.”

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23 .) For Free Trade

Lists It Appears On:

  • Ranker
  • Chartwell

“For Free Trade was a political pamphlet originally published in 1906–and one of Winston Churchill’s rarest works.

Throughout his career–as both a Conservative and a Liberal–Winston Churchill was a strong supporter of free trade. As a Conservative, this position was sometimes controversial; early in his career, Churchill took a stand in opposing Joseph Chamberlain’s proposed government tariffs designed to protect the economic dominance of Britain.

This collection contains several speeches Churchill made on the subject of free trade, expressing his views with characteristic oratory brilliance.”

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22 .) Ian Hamilton’s March (The Boer War)

Lists It Appears On:

  • Chartwell
  • Ranker

This book is a continuation of those letters to the Morning Post newspaper on the South African War, which have been published under the title “London to Ladysmith via Pretoria.” The pricipal event with which the second series deals is the march of Lieutenant-General Ian Hamilton’s column on the flank of Lord Roberts’s main army from Bloemfontein to Pretoria.

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21 .) In Search of Churchill — A Historian’s Journey by Martin Gilbert

Lists It Appears On:

  • The Guardian
  • NewsOK

Martin Gilbert began work on Winston Churchill’s biography, initially as Randolph Churchill’s assistant, in 1962 on his 26th birthday. By 1992 he had himself written six of the total eight volumes and edited ten documentary volumes of a projected 15.

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20 .) London to Ladysmith via Pretoria

Lists It Appears On:

  • Chartwell
  • Ranker

This small book is mainly a personal record of my adventures and impressions during the first five months of the African War.

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19 .) Marlborough

Lists It Appears On:

  • Ranker
  • Chartwell

“John Churchill, the Duke of Marlborough (1644-1722), was one of the greatest military commanders and statesmen in the history of England. Victorious in the Battles of Blenheim (1704), Ramillies (1706), and countless other campaigns, Marlborough, whose political intrigues were almost as legendary as his military skill, never fought a battle he didn’t win. Although he helped James II crush the rebellion of the Duke of Monmouth, Marlborough later supported William of Orange against James II in the Glorious Revolution of 1688 and brilliantly managed England’s diplomatic triumphs during the War of the Spanish Succession. Marlborough also bequeathed the world another great British military strategist and diplomat—his descendant, Winston S. Churchill, who wrote this book to redeem Marlborough’s reputation from Macaulay’s smears.

One million words long and ten years in the making, Churchill’s Marlborough stands as both a literary and historical masterpiece, giving us unique insights into the Churchill of World War II, for just as Churchill’s literary skill helps us understand the complexities of Marlborough’s life, so too did his writing of Marlborough help Churchill master the arts of military strategy and diplomacy. This two-volume edition includes the entire text and almost all the original maps.”

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18 .) Mr. Brodrick’s Army

Lists It Appears On:

  • Ranker
  • Chartwell

“In 1903, Winston Churchill was at the cusp of a brilliant political career–a newly elected Parliament member with a brash, aggressive style of oration and passionate political convictions. During this time, John Brodrick, the Secretary of State for War, proposed an expansion of Britain’s peacetime military–a plan which Churchill strongly opposed.

Churchill attacked Brodrick’s plan in six fiery speeches on the subject–speeches that generated strong support and left Brodrick politically isolated. Mr. Brodrick’s Army is a compilation of all six of these speeches. With fewer than 20 first editions currently in existence, it is the rarest of Churchill’s works–remarkable not only for its historical significance, but for its early display of the oratorical brilliance for which Churchill would become known.”

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17 .) Never Give In!: The Best of Winston Churchill’s Speeches by Winston S. Churchill

Lists It Appears On:

  • Indigo
  • Goodreads

Winston Churchill was the most eloquent and expressive statesman of his time. It was as an orator that Churchill became most completely alive, and it was through his oratory that his words made their greatest and most enduring impact. While the definitive collection of Churchill’s speeches fills eight volumes, here for the first time, his grandson, Winston S. Churchill, has put together a personal selection of his favorite speeches in a single, indispensable volume. He has chosen from his grandfather’s entire output and thoughtfully introduces each selection. The book covers the whole of Churchill’s life, from the very first speech he made to those of his last days. It includes some of Churchill’s best-known speeches as well as some that have never before been published in popular form. Today, Sir Winston Churchill is revered as an indomitable figure and his wisdom is called upon again and again. Reading these speeches, from the perspective of a new century, we can once again see Sir Winston Churchill’s genius and be moved and inspired by his words.

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16 .) Painting as a Pastime by Winston S. Churchill

Lists It Appears On:

  • Chartwell
  • Goodreads

The perfect antidote to his ‘Black Dog’, a depression that blighted his working life, Churchill took to painting with gusto. Picking up a paintbrush for the first time at the age of forty, Winston Churchill found in painting a passion that was to remain his constant companion. This glorious essay exudes his compulsion for a hobby that allowed him peace during his dark days, and richly rewarded a nation with a treasure trove of work.

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15 .) Savrola

Lists It Appears On:

  • Ranker
  • Chartwell

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14 .) Speaking For Themselves: The Private Letters Of Sir Winston And Lady Churchill by Winston S. Churchill

Lists It Appears On:

  • Ranker
  • Goodreads

This a collection of the correspondence between Sir Winston and Lady Clementine Churchill extending from their early days of courtship in 1908 to Winston Churchill’s death in 1965. The letters serve both as a chronicle of their personal achievements and tragedies over the years and as a political and social history. In their own words they recount events such as the sinking of the Titanic, the abdication of King Edward VIII, the downfall of governments, the Depression, and the two world wars. Here are first-hand accounts from the battlefields in 1915, reflections on political triumphs and upsets, as well as domestic minutiae, foreign travel, revelations of social scandals and words of mutual support.

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13 .) The Grand Alliance: The Second World War Volume III by Winston S. Churchill

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Ranker

“One of the most fascinating works of history ever written, Winston Churchill’s monumental book The Second World War is a six-volume account of the struggle of the Allied powers in Europe against Germany and the Axis. Recounted through the eyes of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, the Second World War is also the story of one nation’s singular, heroic role in the fight against tyranny. Here you will find pride and patriotism in Churchill’s dramatic account and with reason–having learned a lesson at Munich that they would never forget, the British refused to make peace with Hitler, defying him even after France had fallen and it seemed as though the Nazis were an unstoppable force.

What lends this work its tension is Churchill’s inclusion of primary source material. We hear Churchill’s retrospective analysis of the war, but we are also presented with memos, letters, orders, speeches, and telegrams that give day-by-day accounts of the reactions as the drama unfolds. We listen as strategies and counter-strategies unfold in response to Hitler’s conquest of Europe, his planned invasion of England, and his assault on Russia. All contrive to give a mesmerizing account of the crucial decisions that must be made as the fate of the world hangs in the balance.”

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12 .) The Hinge of Fate: The Second World War Volume IV by Winston S. Churchill

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Ranker

“One of the most fascinating works of history ever written, Winston Churchill’s monumental book The Second World War is a six-volume account of the struggle of the Allied powers in Europe against Germany and the Axis. Recounted through the eyes of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, the Second World War is also the story of one nation’s singular, heroic role in the fight against tyranny. Here you will find pride and patriotism in Churchill’s dramatic account and with reason–having learned a lesson at Munich that they would never forget, the British refused to make peace with Hitler, defying him even after France had fallen and it seemed as though the Nazis were an unstoppable force.

What lends this work its tension is Churchill’s inclusion of primary source material. We hear Churchill’s retrospective analysis of the war, but we are also presented with memos, letters, orders, speeches, and telegrams that give day-by-day accounts of the reactions as the drama unfolds. We listen as strategies and counter-strategies unfold in response to Hitler’s conquest of Europe, his planned invasion of England, and his assault on Russia. All contrive to give a mesmerizing account of the crucial decisions that must be made as the fate of the world hangs in the balance.

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11 .) The Last Lion: Winston Spencer Churchill: Visions of Glory 1874-1932 by William Manchester

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Indigo

When Winston Churchill was born in Blenheim Palace in 1874, Imperial Britain stood at the splendid pinnacle of her power. Yet within a few years the Empire would hover on the brink of catastrophe. Against this backdrop, a remarkable man began to build his legacy. From master biographer William Manchester, The Last Lion: Visions of Glory reveals the first fifty-eight years of the life of an adventurer, aristocrat, soldier, and statesman whose courageous leadership guided the destiny of his darkly troubled times—and who is remembered as one of the greatest figures of the twentieth century.

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10 .) The Wicked Wit of Winston Churchill by Dominique Enright

Lists It Appears On:

  • Indigo
  • Goodreads

“From 1940 he inspired and united the British people and guided their war effort. Behind
the public figure, however, was a man of vast humanity and enormous wit.

His most famous speeches and sayings have passed into history but many of his
aphorisms, puns and jokes are less well-known.

This enchanting collection brings together hundreds of his wittiest remarks as a
record of all that was best about this endearing, conceited, talented and wildly funny”

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9 .) Thoughts and Adventures

Lists It Appears On:

  • Ranker
  • Chartwell

Churchill begins by asking what it would be like to live your life over again and ends by describing his love affair with painting. In between, he touches on subjects as diverse as spies, cartoons, submarines, elections, flying, and the future. Reading these essays—originally dictated late at night in the 1920s in his study, and by which he was able to support his family and live like a lord without inherited wealth—is like being invited to dinner at Churchill’s country seat at Chartwell, where the soup was limpid, Pol Roger Champagne flowed, the pudding had a theme, and Churchill entertained lucky visitors with vivid conversation. This ISI Books edition, with a new introduction and notes by James W. Muller, Academic Chairman of the Churchill Centre, recovers Churchill’s unforgettable table talk for a new generation of readers.

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8 .) Triumph and Tragedy: The Second World War Volume VI by Winston S. Churchill

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Ranker

“From the Allied landings in Normandy in June 1944 the Second World War had only fourteen months to run. This final volume of the account covers events right up to the unconditional surrender of Japan.

Churchill’s six-volume history of World War II – the definitive work, remarkable both for its sweep and for its sense of personal involvement, universally acknowledged as a magnificent historical reconstruction and an enduring work of literature.”

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7 .) Winston S. Churchill: The Prophet of Truth, 1922-1939 by Martin Gilbert

Lists It Appears On:

  • Ranker
  • Goodreads

In this concluding volume of Gilbert’s renowned series, readers see Churchill at the pinnacle of wartime power as Britain’s victorious leader in 1945. The many-sided nature of Churchill’s abilities and his achievements fill this work with a multicolored tapestry of people and events.

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6 .) A History of the English Speaking Peoples, 4 Vols by Winston S. Churchill

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Ranker
  • Chartwell

Spanning four volumes and many centuries of history, from Caesar’s invasion of Britain to the start of World War I, A History of the English-Speaking Peoples stands as one of Winston S. Churchill’s most magnificent literary works. Begun during Churchill’s ‘wilderness years’ when he was out of government, first published in 1956 after his leadership through the darkest days of World War II had cemented his place in history and completed when Churchill was in his 80s, it remains to this day a compelling and vivid history.

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5 .) Hero of the Empire: The Boer War, a Daring Escape, and the Making of Winston Churchill by Candice Millard

Lists It Appears On:

  • Indigo
  • Goodreads
  • Best Presidential Bios

At the age of twenty-four, Winston Churchill was utterly convinced it was his destiny to become prime minister of England. He arrived in South Africa in 1899, valet and crates of vintage wine in tow, to cover the brutal colonial war the British were fighting with Boer rebels and jumpstart his political career. But just two weeks later, Churchill was taken prisoner. Remarkably, he pulled off a daring escape—traversing hundreds of miles of enemy territory, alone, with nothing but a crumpled wad of cash, four slabs of chocolate, and his wits to guide him.

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4 .) The Gathering Storm: The Second World War Volume I by Winston S. Churchill

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Indigo
  • Ranker

“Winston Churchill’s monumental The Second World War, is a six volume account of the struggle between the Allied Powers in Europe against Germany and the Axis. Told by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, this book is also the story of one nation’s heroic role in the fight against tyranny. Having learned a lesson at Munich they would never forget, the British refused to make peace with Hitler, defying him even after France had fallen and it seemed as though the Nazis were unstoppable.

What lends this work its tension is Churchill’s inclusion of primary source material. We hear Churchill’s retrospective analysis of the war, but we are also presented with memos, letters, orders, speeches, and telegrams that give day-by-day accounts of the reactions as the drama unfolds. We listen as strategies and counter-strategies unfold in response to Hitler’s conquest of Europe, his planned invasion of England, and his assault on Russia. All contrive to give a mesmerizing account of the crucial decisions that must be made as the fate of the world hangs in the balance.

While in some ways a continuation of Churchill’s history of World War I, The World Crisis, The Gathering Storm is his attempt to understand the terrible circumstance that gave rise to Nazi Germany and a second, even more destructive world conflict. Churchill was perhaps the only person who held such prominent positions of power in both world wars and as such, was uniquely qualified to tell the story from war to peace and back again.”

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3 .) The Second World War by Winston S. Churchill

Lists It Appears On:

  • Ranker
  • Chartwell
  • Indigo

From Britain’s darkest and finest hour to the great alliance and ultimate victory, the Second World War remains the most pivotal event of the twentieth century. Winston Churchill was not only the war’s greatest leader, he was the free world’s singularly eloquent voice of defiance in the face of Nazi tyranny, and it’s that voice that animates this six-volume history. Remarkable both for its sweep and for its sense of personal involvement, it begins with The Gathering Storm; moves on to Their Finest Hour, The Grand Alliance, The Hinge of Fate, and Closing the Ring; and concludes with Triumph and Tragedy.

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2 .) My Early Life by Winston Churchill

Lists It Appears On:

  • Ranker
  • Chartwell
  • The Guardian
  • Goodreads

“Here, in his own words, are the fascinating first thirty years in the life of one of the most provocative and compelling leaders of the twentieth century: Winston Churchill.

As a visionary, statesman, and historian, and the most eloquent spokesman against Nazi Germany, Winston Churchill was one of the greatest figures of the twentieth century. In this autobiography, Churchill recalls his childhood, his schooling, his years as a war correspondent in South Africa during the Boer War, and his first forays into politics as a member of Parliament. My Early Life not only gives readers insights into the shaping of a great leader but, as Churchill himself wrote, “a picture of a vanished age.” “

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1 .) The World Crisis, 1911-1918 by Winston S. Churchill

Lists It Appears On:

  • Chartwell
  • Ranker
  • Indigo
  • Goodreads

“As first lord of the admiralty and minister for war and air, Churchill stood resolute at the center of international affairs. In this classic account, he dramatically details how the tides of despair and triumph flowed and ebbed as the political and military leaders of the time navigated the dangerous currents of world conflict.

Churchill vividly recounts the major campaigns that shaped the war: the furious attacks of the Marne, the naval maneuvers off Jutland, Verdun’s “soul-stirring frenzy,” and the surprising victory of Chemins des Dames. Here, too, he re-creates the dawn of modern warfare: the buzz of airplanes overhead, trench combat, artillery thunder, and the threat of chemical warfare. In Churchill’s inimitable voice we hear how “the war to end all wars” instead gave birth to every war that would follow, including the current war in Iraq.”

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The 100+ Additional Best Books About Winston Churchill



 

#BooksAuthorsLists
(Titles Appear On 1 List Each)
28A Churchill Family AlbumMary Soames
Richard Langworth
29A Far CountryRanker
30A First-Rate Madness: Uncovering the Links Between Leadership and Mental IllnessS. Nassir GhaemiGoodreads
31A Traveller In WartimeRanker
32ALL ABOUT WINSTON CHURCHILLC. A, CraneIndigo
33ARMS AND THE COVENANTChartwell
34Blood, sweat, and tearsRanker
35
Blut, Schweiss und Tränen. Antrittsrede im Unterhaus nach der Ernennung zum Premierminister am 13. Mai 1940
Ranker
36ChurchillFiona Reynoldson
Richard Langworth
37ChurchillPaul JohnsonGoodreads
38ChurchillRoy Jenkins; Churchill: A Study in Greatness
The Guardian
39Churchill and AmericaMartin GilbertGoodreads
40Churchill and Secret ServiceDavid Stafford
The Guardian
41Churchill DefiantBarbara LeamingGoodreads
42
Churchill Speaks: Winston S. Churchill in Peace and War
Ranker
43CHURCHILL STYLE: THE ART OF BEING WINSTON CHURCHILLBarry SingerIndigo
44Churchill Wanted Dead Or AliveCelia SandysGoodreads
45Churchill: A Photographic PortraitMartin Gilbert
Richard Langworth
46Churchill: A Study In Failure, 1900-1939Robert Rhodes JamesGoodreads
47Churchill: Four Faces and the Man (Various)
The Guardian
48Churchill: Taken From the Diaries of Lord Moran: The Struggle for Survival, 1940-1965Charles McMoran Wilson MoranGoodreads
49Churchill: The End of GloryJohn Charmley
The Guardian
50CHURCHILL: THE POWER OF WORDSWinston ChurchillIndigo
51Churchill’s LettersRanker
52Closing the RingWinston S. ChurchillGoodreads
53
Correspondence Between Stalin, Roosevelt, Truman, Churchill and Attlee During World War II
Ranker
54Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the LusitaniaErik LarsonGoodreads
55Defending the WestRanker
56
Der zweite Weltkrieg. Ein unvergleichliches Dokument der Zeitgeschichte
Ranker
57
Destiny of the Republic: A Tale of Madness, Medicine and the Murder of a President
Best Presidential Bios
58Dinner with Churchill: Policy-Making at the Dinner TableCita StelzerGoodreads
59Dreamers of the DayMary Doria RussellGoodreads
60First journeyRanker
61FORTY WAYS TO LOOK AT WINSTON CHURCHILL: A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF A LONG LIFEGretchen RubinIndigo
62Franklin and Winston: An Intimate Portrait of an Epic FriendshipJon MeachamGoodreads
63FRONTIERS AND WARSChartwell
64Gandhi and Churchill: The Epic Rivalry that Destroyed an Empire and Forged Our AgeArthur HermanGoodreads
65God and Churchill: How the Great Leader’s Sense of Divine Destiny Changed His Troubled World and Offers Hope for OursJonathan SandysGoodreads
66GREAT CONTEMPORARIESChartwell
67Great Issues 71Ranker
68Great SpeechesRanker
69Great Speeches of the 20th CenturyRanker
70Heroes Of HistoryRanker
71IF I LIVED MY LIFE AGAINChartwell
72In Command of History: Churchill Fighting and Writing the Second World WarDavid Reynolds
The Guardian
73INDIAChartwell
74Jennie: The Life of Lady Randolph Churchill, Vol 2Ralph G. MartinGoodreads
75LIBERALISM AND THE SOCIAL PROBLEMChartwell
76LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHILLChartwell
77Man of the Century: Winston Churchill and his Legend since 1945John Ramsden
The Guardian
78Memoirs of the Second World WarWinston S. ChurchillGoodreads
79Memories and adventuresRanker
80Mr. ChartwellRebecca HuntGoodreads
81Mr. Churchill’s SecretarySusan Elia MacNealGoodreads
82MY AFRICAN JOURNEYChartwell
83NEVER SURRENDER: WINSTON CHURCHILL AND BRITAIN’S DECISION TO FIGHT NAZI GERMANY IN THE FATEFUL…John KellyIndigo
84OASIS AND SIMOON: THE ACCOUNT OF A JOURNEY THROUGH ALGERIA AND TUNISIAWinston ChurchillIndigo
85On The American ContributionRanker
86POSTHUMOUS COLLECTED EDITIONSChartwell
87QuotationsRanker
88Reden in Zeiten des KriegsRanker
89Sir Winston Churchill: His Life and His PaintingsDavid CoombsGoodreads
90Soldier, Statesman ArtistJohn Severance
Richard Langworth
91STEP BY STEPChartwell
92The Age of RevolutionRanker
93The American Civil WarRanker
94The Birth of BritainRanker
95The Book of ChurchillianaDouglas Hall
Richard Langworth
96The Churchill Factor: How One Man Made HistoryBoris JohnsonGoodreads
97The ChurchilliansJohn ColvilleGoodreads
98The CrisisWinston ChurchillGoodreads
99THE CROWN: THE OFFICIAL COMPANION, VOLUME 1: ELIZABETH II, WINSTON CHURCHILL, AND THE MAKING OF A…Robert LaceyIndigo
100THE DREAM/THE CHARTWELL BULLETINSChartwell
101The Essential Winston ChurchillRanker
102The Fringes of Power: 10 Downing Street Diaries, 1939-1955John ColvilleGoodreads
103The Great DemocraciesRanker
104The Great RepublicRanker
105The Greatest Churchill SpeechesRanker
106The Iron Curtain: Churchill, America and the Origins of the Cold WarFraser J Harbutt
The Guardian
107The Island RaceRanker
108The Last Lion 2: Winston Spencer Churchill: Alone, 1932-40William ManchesterGoodreads
109The Last Lion 3: Winston Spencer Churchill: Defender of the Realm, 1940-1965William ManchesterGoodreads
110The Mahdi of AllaRanker
111The Malakand Field ForceRanker
112The New WorldRanker
113THE PEOPLE’S RIGHTSChartwell
114THE POST-WAR SPEECHESChartwell
115THE QUOTABLE WINSTON CHURCHILL: A COLLECTION OF WIT AND WISDOMRunning PressIndigo
116
The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt’s Darkest Journey
Best Presidential Bios
117THE RIVER WARChartwell
118THE SMART WORDS AND WICKED WIT OF WINSTON CHURCHILLMax MorrisIndigo
119THE STORY OF THE MALAKAND FIELD FORCEChartwell
120THE WAR SPEECHESChartwell
121THE WIT & WISDOM OF WINSTON CHURCHILL: A TREASURY OF MORE THAN 1,000 QUOTATIONSJames C. HumesIndigo
122The World Crisis, Volume I: 1911-1914Winston S. ChurchillGoodreads
123Their Finest HourWinston S. ChurchillGoodreads
124Troublesome Young Men: The Rebels Who Brought Churchill to Power and Helped Save EnglandLynne OlsonGoodreads
125W. Churchill on AmerRanker
126Warsaw RequiemBodie ThoeneGoodreads
127Winston and ArchieRanker
128Winston ChurchillRobert Lewis TaylorGoodreads
129Winston ChurchillJohn KeeganGoodreads
130WINSTON CHURCHILL BY HIS PERSONAL SECRETARY: RECOLLECTIONS OF THE GREAT MAN BY A WOMAN WHO WORKED…Elizabeth NelIndigo
131Winston Churchill in Peace and WarRanker
132WINSTON CHURCHILL REPORTING: ADVENTURES OF A YOUNG WAR CORRESPONDENTSimon ReadIndigo
133Winston Churchill, the Wilderness YearsMartin GilbertGoodreads
134WINSTON CHURCHILL: A LIFEJohn KeeganIndigo
135Winston Churchill: An Intimate PortraitViolet Bonham CarterGoodreads
136Winston Churchill: His Life as a PainterMary Soames
The Guardian
137Winston Churchill: SoldierDouglas Russell
Richard Langworth
138WINSTON OF CHURCHILLJean Davies OkimotoIndigo
139YOUNG TITAN: THE MAKING OF WINSTON CHURCHILLMichael SheldenIndigo
140YOUNG WINSTON’S WARSChartwell


8 Best Winston Churchill Book Sources/Lists



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Best Presidential Bios A Brief Pause for Winston Churchill
Chartwell BOOK COLLECTOR’S GUIDE
Goodreads Popular Winston Churchill Books
Indigo Winston Churchill
NewsOK Recommended books about Winston Churchill
Ranker Winston Churchill Books List
Richard Langworth Churchill Books for Young Readers
The Guardian Paul Addison’s top 10 books on Churchill