It has often been said that Winston Churchill made history, wrote history, and at times even predicted history. His predictions of Hitler’s ambition as far back as 1934 made him unpopular among his own countrymen. One writer during the period said, “Winston Churchill remains the most brilliant failure of political history – a man who could not pick a winner with only one horse in the race.”
After Prime Minister Chamberlain capitulated to Hitler at Munich but calling it “peace in our time” a member of Parliament declared that Chamberlain would “go down to history as the greatest European statesman of this or any other time” Winston Churchill and time were to make it a poor prophecy. Through a storm of protests Churchill said, “I will begin by saying what everybody would like to ignore or forget but which must nevertheless be stated, namely, that we have sustained a total and unmitigated defeat, and that France has suffered even more than we have.
Britons later were to know the agony of the Chamberlain capitulation and be thankful that in the wings they had Winston Churchill, “the most brilliant failure of political history”
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