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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Third twiiHim of biography released Winston Churchill basked in glory of Thursday, November 11, 1971 THE IETHSRIDGE HERAtD 19 iff! WoolwortK llv MMtDl.ll iMOHHLSON lleincmann. covers just two LONDON Winsliin war years and runs to almost Churchill basked in the Rlory 1 pages leac ling reviewers of war Ile revelled in the pow- to suggest that Gilbeit required for success stronger forces than were available and an aggressive spirit which at the time did lo give the right orders. i expedition merely increased Churchill always main- Churchill's argument that the tained he had been made the jroject might have succeeded scapegoat of the Dardanelles i lad he obtained all he needed, failure The documents show When the 1'Jlli political he was widely ar-cuscd of having been responsible for the deaths at Gallipoli, lie hegai! to defend even aspects of the attack which cr to control the destiny of men. n devising grand strategy to tear at the enemy's back. But he allowed his imagination and political ambition iinotnei' volumes 10 complete the life of the states-mini. But Gilbert had a particular reason for devoting so much space to so short a had the will for victory. He lacked the means. Churchill entered the with keen anticipation, lie had brought the British Navy he enthusiastically pushed blew and Asquith was over-thc naval thrust through the thrown, it came as no surprise upper reaches of Turlcev. con- thai Churchill was excluded vinccd that eastern K u r ope f -urn the new government, would join the Allies neither planned nor supported." Gilbert s a y s. ''His colleagues saw this obsession. They saw him bind the whole disaster to his hack. Kor A M A i RL R sweep beyond control rin.illj sll.cnRlh. lo BARGAINS forcing on a shalle, ,ng 1 f m political eclipse. lhc wife and devoted friends he expressed