Troublesome Young Men: the Rebels Who Brought Churchill to Power in 1940 and Helped to Save Britain


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Those four troublesome young men had attended Eton and Harrow, Cambridge and Oxford. They lived in Belgravia and Mayfair and owned sprawling country houses. They were part of the small, clubby network that dominated English society. And now they were doing the unthinkable: trying to topple Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, the leader of their own party. The Chamberlain government seemed to want a minimal war that would cost as little as possible. In Britain there was doubt, cynicism, apathy and distrust. But on 13 May all ...

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