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June 10, 2014

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Rick Estep

Steve, It seems your blogs just keep getting more and more interesting. You mentioned your excitement while visiting the Churchill War Rooms... I can only imagine! To get to meet such people(not only meet but, the private tour and conversation) has to be a highlight in one's life.
As a bibliophile myself, I hope you will be able to publish more books like these about Winston Churchill, and then of course share with us an accompanying blog of the journey.
BTW, this was an interesting angle to talk of a father.
Thank you, Steve.

R. Estep

R. Helmering

I enjoyed reading this column. Reminded me of the statute of Churchill at the National Churchill Museum at Fulton, Missouri. Churchill visited Fulton in 1946 I believe and gave his famous Iron Curtain speech.

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