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March 24, 2015

CHURCHILL AT THE WALDORF

The Churchill Centre and National Churchill Museum 2015 Churchill Leadership Award Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria.

CHURCHILL AT THE WALDORF

For almost 32 years now (our birthday is next month), Chartwell Booksellers has lived right down the street from the Waldorf Astoria hotel on Park Avenue. 

The Waldorf has shared a lot of history with Winston Churchill. Now, the Churchill Centre and the National Churchill Museum are bringing Winston Churchill back to the Waldorf.

February 3, 2015

WE MOURN THE PASSING OF SIR MARTIN GILBERT

Official Biographer, Historian and Friend of Chartwell Booksellers

WE MOURN THE PASSING OF SIR MARTIN GILBERT

Sir Martin Gilbert has died at the age 78. In the world of Winston Churchill scholarship and in the world-at-large, as a historian and as a humantiarian, he is irreplaceable.

January 30, 2015

THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF WINSTON CHURCHILL'S PASSING

An occasion much-anticipated and already much-remarked upon.

THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF WINSTON CHURCHILL'S PASSING
The dawning of the 50th Anniversary of Winston Churchill's death touches us particularly here at Chartwell Booksellers. How could it not?

December 9, 2014

CHURCHILL at CHARTWELL CATALOGUE 2015

Our New Catalogue of Churchilliana Is Here.

CHURCHILL at CHARTWELL CATALOGUE 2015

In belated celebration of Winston Churchill's 140th brithday on November 30, we are delighted to share with you our new Churchill at Chartwell catalogue.

With best wishes for the holidays,

Chartwell Booksellers

November 25, 2014

SOLD OUT: BORIS JOHNSON at the YALE CLUB

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SOLD OUT: BORIS JOHNSON at the YALE CLUB

If you missed our sold out celebration of THE CHURCHILL FACTOR with London's estimable mayor, Boris Johnson, at the Yale Club here in New York City - or even if you were there - you can now watch the webcast.

October 30, 2014

BORIS JOHNSON and PAUL REID: A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION of "The Churchill Factor"

We Celebrate the Publication of London Mayor Boris Johnson's New Book at the Yale Club

BORIS JOHNSON and PAUL REID: A ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION of

We cordially invite you to a Round Table Discussion with London mayor Boris Johnson and Churchill biographer Paul Reid in celebration of Mr. Johnson's new book, THE CHURCHILL FACTOR: How One Man Made History (Riverhead Books).

October 28, 2014

THOMAS MAIER on the Publication of "WHEN LIONS ROAR: The Churchills and The Kennedys."

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THOMAS MAIER on the Publication of

Tuesday evening, October 28, 2014 we toasted Thomas Maier on the publication of his eye-opening new book, WHEN LIONS ROAR: The Churchills and the Kennedys, a panoramic look at the many ways that Winston Churchill and Joseph Kennedy (and their progeny) crossed paths (and swords) over the years.

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October 24, 2014

CHURCHILL & KENNEDY at Chartwell Booksellers

Thomas Maier Speaks About His New Book: WHEN LIONS ROARs

CHURCHILL & KENNEDY at Chartwell Booksellers

Join us Tuesday evening, October 28, at 7:00 pm, as we toast author Thomas Maier and his stunning new book WHEN LIONS ROAR: The Churchills and the Kennedys, a penetrating look at the many ways that Winston Churchill and Joseph Kennedy (and their progeny) crossed paths (and swords) over the years.

September 8, 2014

A CHURCHILL EVENING WITH LONDON'S MAYOR - BORIS JOHNSON

PLUS, OUR FIRST PODCAST: "WHEN LIONS ROAR," BY THE AUTHOR OF "MASTERS OF SEX"

A CHURCHILL EVENING WITH LONDON'S MAYOR - BORIS JOHNSON

One hundred years ago this summer, Winston Churchill took a seaside cottage for his family at Overstrand near Cromer on England's east coast - Pear Tree Cottage, just across the lawn from Beehive Cottage, where his brother Jack's family vacationed. The Churchills' idyllic summer of 1914 ended on August 4 with Britain's declaration of war against Germany and the commencement of World War One. Winston Churchill nevertheless remarked about that vanished summer: "It is a very happy, sunlit picture in my mind's eye."

We trust your summer of 2014 also constituted a very happy sunlit picture. We welcome you back with news of two great forthcoming events.

June 13, 2014

REMEMBERING HER LADYSHIP: Mary Soames

Some Personal Thoughts from Our Proprietor

REMEMBERING HER LADYSHIP: Mary Soames

Lady Mary Soames passed away on May 31, at the age of 91. Chartwell Booksellers proprietor, Barry Singer, shares some personal thoughts about her.

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LINKS

ChurchillStyle.com: A website that celebrates Winston Churchill's grand manner of living.

Churchill Archives Centre at Churchill College, Cambridge University, England.

Chartwell: The National Trust's official site for Winston Churchill's former home in Kent.

No. 10 Downing Street: A fascinating photo tour of Winston Churchill's residence during his years as Prime Minister.

Churchill and World War Two: Audio archives from the BBC.

Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms: Churchill's World War II bunker, the locus from which the war was waged, now restored and transformed into a spectacular museum.

Harrow School: Winston Churchill's alma mater.

Blenheim Palace: Churchill's birthplace.

The Churchill Centre: Founded in 1968 to foster the thoughts, words, works and deeds of Winston Spencer Churchill.

The Churchill Book Specialist: Another fine purveyor of rare Churchill books.

The Winston Churchill Shop: Everything that Churchilliana can offer, from porcelains to planters. An extraordinary range of collectibles.

The National Churchill Museum: Located on the campus of Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, the site of Churchill's "Iron Curtain" speech.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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