Reviews and Endorsements
'I have been using the digitised Churchill Archive very heavily for the past three years while doing research for my current book. I have found it to be a priceless academic resource that has led to the discovery of items which have made an unexpected and invaluable contribution to my work. I highly recommend this treasure trove to all students of 20th-century history.'
Dr Piers Brendon, Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge
‘This is the holy grail of twentieth-century archives.’
Martin Farr, Director of Undergraduate Studies, Newcastle University, UK
'One day all archives will be like this!'
Nick Lloyd, Senior Lecturer in Defence Studies, King's College London, UK
'The real gem of online Churchill resources.'
'The Churchill Archive is a superb resource, a treasure chest of documents ranging widely across the modern world. It will be invaluable for scholars and students alike, and deserves the widest audience.'
Robert Saunders, Lecturer in Modern British History, Queen Mary University of London, UK
'This is a phenomenal resource, both in terms of the content and the navigational mechanisms. It allows researchers not just to understand one man, but a century of world, diplomatic and social history.'
Kellian Clink, Reference Librarian, Minnesota State University, USA in Reference Reviews
'It is clear that careful thought has gone into every bit of this archive. It’s a dynamite digital product and Bloomsbury has added stacks of value to the material'
Ingram Content Group Digital Publishing Award Committee
‘The Churchill Papers collection is an Aladdin’s cave of historical riches, which it has been my privilege to explore. I strongly endorse this project, which will enable everyone to have access to Winston S. Churchill’s writings and correspondence. It is a project that will bring the history of the first sixty years of the twentieth century, and the remarkable story of Britain’s greatest Prime Minister, into the classroom and the home.’
The late Sir Martin Gilbert, former Special Advisor to the Churchill Archive and Churchill Biographer
‘The Churchill archive will make students much more likely to use primary sources, and will give them a wider range of documents to draw on. In addition, I am more likely now to shape components of my course around the documents if I know they are available to students in such a convenient form.’
Christopher M. Bell, Associate Professor, Dalhousie University, Canada
'There is a wealth of material within the Churchill Archive. The richness and variety of documents form an invaluable resource, helping me to get students to engage critically and creatively with the period. I wholly recommend it.'
Richard Toye, Professor of Modern History, University of Exeter, UK
'There are few figures more important to the history of the twentieth century than Winston Churchill. Making his archives accessible to scholars and students of history the world over is a crowning achievement, which will provide new generations with the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of not only Churchill, but also the tumultuous times in which he lived.'
David B. Woolner, Senior Fellow and Hyde Park Resident Historian, Roosevelt Institute, USA
'This archive will be of use to 20th-century historians and scholars ... Best suited for research libraries as well as large public libraries serving scholarly adult populations.'