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Frederick Woods
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In 1895 Winston Churchill was commissioned cornet (second lieutenant) . Young Winston's Wars: The Original Dispatches of Winston S. Churchill, War Correspondent, 1897–1900.

In 1895 Winston Churchill was commissioned cornet (second lieutenant) into the 4th Queen's Own Hussars. His annual pay was £300, and he calculated he needed an additional £500 to support a style of life equal to that of other officers of the regiment. Sphere Books, London. Frederick Woods, Artillery of Words: The Writings of Sir Winston Churchill (London: Leo Copper, 1992).

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Winston S. Churchill. Often written in the forefront of action, these wartime despatches of Winston Churchill display the succinct and often humorous style that made him a household name and a journalist respected in parliamentary circles. The reports cover Cuba (1895), the North-West Frontier of India (1897), the Sudan (1898) and South Africa (1899-1900).

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Sir Winston Churchilclass "underline" a Self-Portrait Constructed from his own Sayings and Writings, Colin Coote e. London, Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1954. Czarnomski e. The Wisdom of Winston Churchilclass "underline" Selection of Aphorisms, Reflections, Precepts, Maxims, Epigrams, Paradoxes and Opinions 1900-1955, London, Allen and Unwin, 1956.

Written on board the steamer INDUNA, 21-23 December, 1899. 6. Frere Camp, Natal, 24 December. 7. Camp, Venter Spruit, 22 January. 8. Cavalry Camp, Venter Spruit, 23 January. 9. Camp, Venter Spruit, 25 January. 10. Camp, Spearman's Hill 4 February. 11. General Bullar's Headquarters, 13 February. 12. Camp, Cingolo Neck, 19 February. 13. Hospital Ship 'Maine,' 5 March. 14. Commandant's Office, Durban, 6 March. 15. Commandant's Office, Durban, 9 March. 16. Durban, 10 March. Churchill, John Keegan. The Second World War, Volume 4: The Hinge of Fate. Winston S. Download (PDF). Читать. The Second World War, Volume 6: Triumph and Tragedy.

From India (1897), from the Sudan (1898), from South Africa (1899-1900), from that absolutely fierce and indefatigable young Winston came these reports from the front lines which still make bloody good source material. YOUNG WINSTON'S WARS: The Original Despatches of Winston S. Churchill, War Correspondent, 1897-1900.

Frederick Woods, Winston S. Churchill: War Correspondent, 1895–1900 (London: Brassey’s, 1992)Google Scholar. and Woods, e. Artillery of Words: The Writings of Sir Winston Churchill (London: Leo Cooper, 1992);Google Scholar. Alkon, Winston Churchill’s Visual Imagination (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2006). Markovits, ‘Rushing into Print, Participatory Journalism during the Crimean War,’ Victorian Studies, 5. (Summer 2008), 56. rossRefGoogle Scholar.

Dispatches written on various battlefields from Cuba to the Sudan reveal the talented writing of Winston S. Churchill as he made a name for himself as a war correspondent in the last years of the nineteenth century.