by Vincent Delmas, Christophe Regnault, Illustrator

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Book Cover: Churchill
Editions:Paperback Original: $ 19.95
ISBN: 978-1-68247-528-7
Size: 9.25 x 6.13 in
Pages: 120

Sir Winston Churchill is often referred to as the greatest Briton and is certainly one of the most important and central figures of the 20th century. Containing both his many pitfalls and triumphs, this graphic biography follows Churchill’s upbringing, through his military exploits in World War I and beyond. Best known for his role in the World War II, Churchill presents the Prime Minister’s part in this world-changing conflict and how his handling of it turned him into a political icon.

Leading Churchill historian Andrew Roberts contributes additional insight in the foreword and historian François Kersaudy provides a new English-language introduction to provide greater background and supplementary knowledge.

Churchill is a unique depiction of the life of Winston Churchill that places his story in the context of the times while enabling the reader to truly visualize the key moments in his life and career.

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About the Contributors

Vincent Delmas

Vincent Delmas writes for television, film, and comics. Notably, he is co-author of Charlemagne in the collection Ils ont fait l’Histoire and scriptwriter of the series Synchrone, published by Lombard.

Christophe Regnault, Illustrator

Christophe Regnault, also known as "Bis", illustrates role playing games (2d sans face), works for various educational comics (Une Bulle en Plus) and for the gaming publications Dofus Mag and IGMag (Ankama). He published Chasseurs de Scoops in September 2012 with Glénat, for whom in 2014 he inaugurated collection Ils ont fait l'Histoire by illustrating King Philip IV, Philip the Fair.