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In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, works like this highlight the significance of political leadership and illustrate qualities leaders need to make dynamic decisions. One chief quality is fearlessness and Winston Churchill is a leader that manifested this to its fullest.

Larson injects new life into one of the most polarising and dynamic political figures of the 20th century. He focuses on the year that King George VI appointed Churchill Prime Minister, between May 1940 to May 1941. This was a year that resulted in Germany’s attempted invasion of the United Kingdom, the heavy toll on its civilians, and a phenomenal leap in military technology.

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