Randolph: The Biography of Winston Churchill's Son
Beaufort Books, 1985 - 216 pagine
Profiles the son of Winston Churchill who, with his many advantages--good looks, diverse abilities, and connections--had to make his mark in spite of his mother's diffidence and father's disinterest
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