Winston Churchill’s Illnesses, 1886-1965

This is the definitive study of the illnesses that affected Churchill. So much has been written about Churchill but this is the first extensive account of the illnesses he suffered from and the doctors who attended him Most Highly Recommended

NAME:  Winston Churchill’s Illnesses, 1886-1965
FILE: R3359
AUTHOR: Allister Vale, John Scadding
PUBLISHER: Frontline Books, Pen and Sword
BINDING: hard back
PRICE: £30.00                                              
GENRE: Non Fiction
SUBJECT:   British Empire, British politics, war correspondent, cavalry officer, 
Guards field command, Western Front, The Great War, WWI, World War I, World 
War 1, First World War, WWII, World War II, World War 2, Second World War, 
political career, medical history, Prime Minister, warlord, War Leader, peacetime 
Prime Minister, elder statesman, pneumonia, depression, stroke

ISBN: 1-52678-949-3

PAGES: 522,  illustration in the form of a 16 page B&W photo-plate section. This is 
an interesting selection with rare images
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DESCRIPTION: This is the definitive study of the illnesses that affected Churchill. 
So much has been written about Churchill but  this is the first extensive account 
of the illnesses he suffered from and the doctors who attended him  Most Highly 
Recommended

The medical history of Churchill has never been researched and presented meticulously before, as the authors have managed in this book. It is not only the definitive study but the only book to provide a comprehensive medical history, based on hard fact and diligent research.

Churchill faced a series of medical threats throughout his life and suffered from depression which he referred to as his ‘black dog’. He battled these conditions as pugnaciously as he addressed everything before him. The authors have managed not only to research and recount in fine detail but they have also managed to produce a very readable work.