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One of our favorite presenters Lee Pollock, Executive Director of the Churchill Center, returns for a gripping lecture.
Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill were among the greatest leaders of the 20th century. Together, they directed a grand alliance which saved democracy and freedom in the world’s darkest hour, carried their nations to victory in the most terrible war in history and laid the geo-political foundation which defines much of the world we know today.
But what was their real nature of their relationship? How were they similar – and different – in background, temperament and ideas? Was theirs a true friendship or just a partnership of allies?
Lee Pollock, Executive Director of The Churchill Centre (www.winstonchurchill.org) , examines the lives of these fascinating men and discusses how their interaction impacted their times and altered the course of history.