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Churchill Books Broken Down to 4 Readings per Week

Page numbers for paperback edition published by Bantam Books, 1956 (1956-1974).

Birth of Britain
The New World
The Age of Revolution
The Great Democracies

There is also a listing of chapters for all 4 volumes with historical dates here.

Birth of Britain

Week 1
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 1: Britannia - to "and now he awaited a suitable day for the descent." pg 2-4
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 1: Britannia - to "The discovery was hailed, and the Bronze Age began." pg 4-6
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 1: Britannia - to "had been fully discussed by commercial writers." pg 6-9
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 1: Britannia - to end of chapter pg 9-12

Week 2
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch. 2: Subjugation - to "the same fervent declarations of gratitude and esteem." pg 13-16
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch. 2: Subjugation - to "receiving within his lines all who wished to go with him." pg 16-19
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch. 2: Subjugation - to "which enabled their blood to be perpetuated in the Island race." pg 19-21
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch. 2: Subjugation - to end of chapter. pg 21-25

Week 3
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch. 3 The Roman Province - to "it was a period of hope." pg 25-27
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch. 3 The Roman Province - to "and the reorganization of the frontier began." pg 27-29
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch. 3 The Roman Province - to "would be not to have been awakened at an earlier time." pg 29-32
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch. 3 The Roman Province - to end of chapter. pg 32-33

Week 4
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 4 The Lost Island - to "of the exiguos military forces needed to man the dykes." pg 34-37
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 4 The Lost Island - to "the cantons should take steps to defend themselves." pg 37-40
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 4 The Lost Island - to "a search for Arthur's realm or sphere has been pursued." pg 40-43
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 4 The Lost Island - to "occupation grew from year to year." pg 43-47

Week 5
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 4 - to "who had gained them over the corpses of their former owners?" pg 47-49
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 4 - to end of ch 4 pg 49-51
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 5 - England to "universal organisation of the papacy." pg 51-54
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 5 - to "as he walked anywhere in the streets in the Roman fashion." pg 54-57

Week 6
Churchill's Birth of Britain to end of chapter 5 England - "and guided her steps with fruitful wisdom." pg 57-60
Churchill's Birth of Britain to end of chapter 5 England - to "South of the Humber these claims were made good." pg 60-61
Churchill's Birth of Britain to end of chapter 5 England - to "secure parley and dispute with Europe." pg 62-64
Churchill's Birth of Britain to end of chapter 5 England - to end of chapter. pg 64

Week 7
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 6 The Vikings - to "No doubt they recovered their poise before long." pg 65-68
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 6 The Vikings - to "the most formidable and daring race in the world." pg 68-70
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 6 The Vikings - to "--and there have been many." pg 70-73
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 6 The Vikings - to end of chapter. pg 73-76

Week 8
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 7 Alfred the Great first half - to "It was Alfred's first battle." pg 76-78
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 7 Alfred the Great first half - to "this strain continues to play a gleaming part." pg 78-82
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 7 Alfred the Great first half - to "slatternly, forlorn, but unconquered, may well have grinned." pg 82-85
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 7 Alfred the Great first half - to "to his pinnacle of deathless glory." pg 85-87

Week 9
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 7 Alfred the Great, second half - to "which is evidence of the reality of his power." pg 87-89
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 7 Alfred the Great, second half - to "celebrated in legend and song as Alfred the Great." pg 89-90
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 7 Alfred the Great, second half - to "The pursuit therefore had to be abandoned and the enemy escaped." pg 91-92
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 7 Alfred the Great, second half - to end of chapter. pg 92-95

Week 10
Churchill's Birth of Britain Chapter 8 The Saxon Dusk, first half - to "quenched for ever the rebellious fires of Northumbria." pg 96-97
Churchill's Birth of Britain Chapter 8 The Saxon Dusk, first half - to "as to survive two foreign conquests in less than a century." pg 97-98
Churchill's Birth of Britain Chapter 8 The Saxon Dusk, first half - to "Then followed the most shameful period of Danegold." pg 98-101
Churchill's Birth of Britain Chapter 8 The Saxon Dusk, first half - to "of Anglo-Saxon and Danish origin." pg 101-103

Week 11
Churchill's Birth of Britain Chapter 8 The Saxon Dusk, second half - to "those lands have since always belonged to it." pg 103-105
Churchill's Birth of Britain Chapter 8 The Saxon Dusk, second half - to "the throne of England was again vacant." pg 105-107
Churchill's Birth of Britain Chapter 8 The Saxon Dusk, second half - to "between the brothers left the land a prey to foreign ambitions." pg 107-109
Churchill's Birth of Britain Chapter 8 The Saxon Dusk, second half - to end of chapter. pg 109-110

Week 12
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 9 The Norman Invasion - to "by marriage with William's daughter." pg 112-114
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 9 The Norman Invasion - to "Norwegian army ten miles from the city." pg 114-116
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 9 The Norman Invasion - to "which barred the direct march upon the capital." pg 116-119
Churchill's Birth of Britain chapter 9 The Norman Invasion - to end of chapter. pg 119-121

Week 13
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 10 William the Conqueror - to "all who did their duty." pg 121-123
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 10 William the Conqueror - to "As if he were their father. . ." pg 123-126
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 10 William the Conqueror - to "save in the great baronial families." pg 126-128
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 10 William the Conqueror - to end of chapter. pg 128-130

Week 14
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 11 Growth and Turmoil - to "of unity was re-established in the Island." pg 130-134
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 11 Growth and Turmoil - to "upon who would succeed to the Crown." pg 134-138
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 11 Growth and Turmoil - to "But a greater than he was at hand." pg 138-143
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 11 Growth and Turmoil - to end of chapter. pg 143-145

Week 15
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 12 Henry Plantagenet - to "all balance of power among the feudal lords was destroyed" pg 146-149
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 12 Henry Plantagenet - to "England was ripe for strife upon this issue." pg 149-152
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 12 Henry Plantagenet - to "to tear the crown from the young King's head." pg 152-154
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 12 Henry Plantagenet - to end of chapter. pg 154-157

Week 16
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 13 The English Common Law - to "that Henry II had sat on the English throne." pg 158-159
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 13 The English Common Law - to "jurymen might be tried for perjury if they gave a wrongful verdict." pg 159-161
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 13 The English Common Law - to "its main outlines were not to be altered." pg 161-163
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 13 The English Common Law - to end of chapter. pg 163-165

Week 17
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 14 Coeur de Lion - to "all the powers of his mind and body." pg 166-168
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 14 Coeur de Lion - to "brought the two years' siege to a successful concluson." pg 168-170
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 14 Coeur de Lion - to "resolved to set his captive at liberty." pg 171-174
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 14 Coeur de Lion - to end of chapter. pg 174-177

Week 18
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 15 Magna Carta - to "his mother was delivered from her dangerous plight." pg 177-180
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 15 Magna Carta - to or their loved ones on this account alone." pg 180-183
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 15 Magna Carta - to "the Charter which they now demanded imperishable." pg 183-186
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 15 Magna Carta - to end of chapter. pg 186-189

Week 19
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 16 On the Anvil - to "words in the morning newspaper." pg 189-191
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 16 On the Anvil - to "devastation of foreigners and restored England to England?" pg 191-195
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 16 On the Anvil - to "son of the repressor of the Albigenses." pg 195-197
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 16 On the Anvil - to end of chapter. pg 197-200

Week 20
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 17 The Mother of Parliaments - to "to shape a durable legislative assembly." pg 200-202
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 17 The Mother of Parliaments - to "This opens the third and final stage in his career." pg 202-204
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 17 The Mother of Parliaments - to "Slay me not! I am Henry of Winchester, your King." pg 204-207
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 17 The Mother of Parliaments - to end of chapter. pg 207-208

Week 21
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 18 King Edward I, first half - to "all reach definitions which last nearly till the Tudors." pg 208-210
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 18 King Edward I, first half - to "Edward I's grandson to taste the equities of Christendom." pg 211-213
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 18 King Edward I, first half - to "he must either fight or lose his French possessions." pg 213-215
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 18 King Edward I, first half - to "Here was a real constitutional advance." pg 215-218

Week 22
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 18 King Edward I, second half - to "upon a plan prescribed by a central command." pg 218-221
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 18 King Edward I, second half - to "the minor seaport which exists to-day." pg 221-223
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 18 King Edward I, second half - to "Wallace was to pass the torch to Robert Bruce." pg 223-225
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 18 King Edward I, second half - to end of chapter. pg 225-227

Week 23
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 19 Bannockburn - to "his head on Blacklow Hill, near Warwick." pg 227-229
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 19 Bannockburn - to "nevertheless be deemed a prodigy of war." pg 229-231
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 19 Bannockburn - to "from either the Crown or the barons." pg 231-232
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 19 Bannockburn - to end of chapter. pg 234-234

Week 24
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 20 Scotland and Ireland - to "from breeding despair or thought of surrender." pg 234-236
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 20 Scotland and Ireland - to "whose daughter James married." pg 236-238
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 20 Scotland and Ireland - to "it was a Parliament in Ireland of the English only." pg 238-241
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 20 Scotland and Ireland - to end of chapter. pg 241-243

Week 25
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 21 The Long-Bow - to "Scottish magnates, and was crowned at Scone." pg 243-246
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 21 The Long-Bow - to "a prolonged truce supervened." pg 246-249
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 21 The Long-Bow - to "Here they stopped." pg 249-253
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 21 The Long-Bow - to end of chapter. pg 253-258

Week 26
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 22 The Black Death - to "make room for the new building." pg 258-259
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 22 The Black Death - to "with all the military laurels, had failed." pg 260-262
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 22 The Black Death - to "The final appeal was to Heaven, not to Rome." pg 262-264
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 22 The Black Death - to end of chapter. pg 264-266

Week 27
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 23 King Richard II and the Social Revolt, first half - to "obsolete feudal claims aroused the spirit of revolution." pg 268-270
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 23 King Richard II and the Social Revolt, first half - to "gave rise alike to new hope and new injustice." pg 270-271
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 23 King Richard II and the Social Revolt, first half - to "was the revenge of a shaken system." pg 271-274
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 23 King Richard II and the Social Revolt, first half - to "Fraunce for such cause of crime in vij yers." pg 274-276

Week 28
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 23 King Richard II and the Social Revolt, second half - to "For a year there was a sinister lull." pg 276-279
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 23 King Richard II and the Social Revolt, second half - to "and long did they cherish his memory." pg 279-281
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 23 King Richard II and the Social Revolt, second half - to "lived and schemed in France." pg 281-283
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 23 King Richard II and the Social Revolt, second half - to end of chapter. pg 283-285

Week 29
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 24 The Usurpation of Henry Bolingbroke - to "never held again till the seventeenth century." pg 286-287
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 24 The Usurpation of Henry Bolingbroke - to "in cruel deeds. It may well be so." pg 287-290
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 24 The Usurpation of Henry Bolingbroke - to "They were increasingly unworthy of the trust." pg 290-291
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 24 The Usurpation of Henry Bolingbroke - to end of chapter. pg 291-292

Week 30
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 25 The Empire of Henry V - to "advised returning home by sea." pg 292-294
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 25 The Empire of Henry V - to "wounded prisoners in the assailants' hands." pg 294-296
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 25 The Empire of Henry V - to "ascendancy which for centuries was never seen again." pg 296-300
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 25 The Empire of Henry V - to end of chapter. pg 300-301

Week 31
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 26 Joan of Arc - to "could rise above the submerged classes, centred upon him." pg 302-304
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 26 Joan of Arc - to "reasonable explanation of the known facts." pg 304-306
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 26 Joan of Arc - to "They gave her the rank and revenue of an earl." pg 306-307
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 26 Joan of Arc - to end of chapter. pg 307-309

Week 32
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 27 York and Lancaster - to "secure a large and sure future for themselves?" pg 310-312
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 27 York and Lancaster - to "who had gained his love and obedience." pg 312-314
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 27 York and Lancaster - to "flowed between the houses of Lancaster and York." pg 314-317
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 27 York and Lancaster - to end of chapter. pg 317-322

Week 33
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 28 The Wars of the Roses - to "in which he had succeeded Somerset." pg 322-325
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 28 The Wars of the Roses - to "he would enforce upon them every penalty." pg 325-329
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 28 The Wars of the Roses - to "granted special pensions by the King." pg 329-332
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 28 The Wars of the Roses - to end of chapter. pg 332-335

Week 34
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 29 The Adventures of Edward IV - to "as has often been suggested, entirely personal." pg 335-339
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 29 The Adventures of Edward IV - to "capital, and seated him upon the throne." pg 339-343
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 29 The Adventures of Edward IV - to "centre of fifty years of cruel contention." pg 343-347
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 29 The Adventures of Edward IV - to end of chapter. pg 347-351

Week 35
- Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 30 Richard III, first half to "the Tower, and its gates closed behind him." pg 351-353
- Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 30 Richard III, first half to "threw up their caps, crying, King Richard!" pg 353-355
- Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 30 Richard III, first half to "undoubtedly gained a great hold upon him." pg 356-357
- Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 30 Richard III, first half to "immediately formed against the usurper." pg 357-359

Week 36
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 30 Richard III, second half - to "stormy remembrances of his most abominable deed." pg 359-361
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 30 Richard III, second half - to "But this fell cold." pg 361-364
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 30 Richard III, second half - to "a decisive battle impended on the morrow." pg 364-365
Churchill's Birth of Britain ch 30 Richard III, second half - to end of chapter; end of volume. pg 365-368


The New World

Week 1
Churchill The New World ch 1: The Round World - to "and lived happily ever after." pg 3-5
Churchill The New World ch 1: The Round World - to "to promise it the future." pg 5-7
Churchill The New World ch 1: The Round World - to "abandoned his Atlantic enterprise." pg 7-10 Trace map
Churchill The New World ch 1: The Round World - to end of chapter pg 10-12

Week 2
Churchill ch 2: The Tudor Dynasty - to "Cecils, and Russells were descended." pg 13-15
Churchill ch 2: The Tudor Dynasty - to "was regulated by gunpowder." pg 15-17
Churchill ch 2: The Tudor Dynasty - to "to sit upon the English throne." pg 17-19
Churchill ch 2: The Tudor Dynasty - to end of chapter pg 19-21

Week 3
Churchill The New World ch 3: King Henry VIII - to "in face of France or Spain." pg 22-23
Churchill The New World ch 3: King Henry VIII - to "five such disappointments." pg 23-26
Churchill The New World ch 3: King Henry VIII - to "that an English army had campaigned in Europe." pg 26-27
Churchill The New World ch 3: King Henry VIII - to end of chapter pg 27-29

Week 4
Churchill The New World ch 4: Cardinal Wolsey - to "excused taxation altogether." pg 30-31
Churchill The New World ch 4: Cardinal Wolsey - to "great impression in France." pg 32-34
Churchill The New World ch 4: Cardinal Wolsey - to "by favour and not by force?" pg 35-36
Churchill The New World ch 4: Cardinal Wolsey - to "dismissed without an audience." pg 36-39

Week 5
Churchill The New World ch 4: Cardinal Wolsey - from "On October 9" to end of chapter pg 39-41
Churchill The New World ch 5: The Break With Rome - to "determined to show he was in earnest." pg 42-44
Churchill The New World ch 5: The Break With Rome - to "with considerable amendment the bill was passed." pg 44-46
Churchill The New World ch 5: The Break With Rome - to "breach between England and Rome was complete." pg 46-48

Week 6
Churchill The New World ch 5: The Break With Rome - from "Having established his supremacy" to "with its brightest dreams." pg 48-50
Churchill The New World ch 5: The Break With Rome - to "behaved with almost desperate gaiety." pg 51-53
Churchill The New World ch 5: The Break With Rome - to end of chapter pg 53-55
Churchill The New World ch 6: The End of the Monasteries - to "Catholic and economically backward North." pg 56-58

Week 7

Churchill The New World ch 6: The End of the Monasteries - from "In the autumn" to "in the reign of James I." pg 58-60
Churchill The New World ch 6: The End of the Monasteries - to "the Flanders Mare." pg 60-62
Churchill The New World ch 6: The End of the Monasteries - to "defeated at Ancrum Moor." pg 62-64
Churchill The New World ch 6: The End of the Monasteries - to end of chapter pg 64-66

Week 8
Churchill The New World ch 7: The Protestant Struggle - to "first crisis of the new reign." pg 67-68
Churchill The New World ch 7: The Protestant Struggle - to "reverberated in the Midlands." pg 68-71
Churchill The New World ch 7: The Protestant Struggle - to "Edward VI and his successor." pg 71-73
Churchill The New World ch 7: The Protestant Struggle - to "alliance with the Catholic Empire of Hapsburgs." pg 73-75

Week 9
Churchill The New World ch 7: The Protestant Struggle - to "people to the Reformed faith." pg 75-78
Churchill The New World ch 7: The Protestant Struggle - to end of chapter pg 78-79
Churchill The New World ch 8: Good Queen Bess - to "Cecil's death, forty years later." pg 80-82
Churchill The New World ch 8: Good Queen Bess - to "divide a European Combination against her." pg 82-85

Week 10
Churchill The New World ch 8: Good Queen Bess - to "unchallenged Queen of all England." pg 85-87
Churchill The New World ch 8: Good Queen Bess - to "massive onslaught of an Armada." pg 87-89
Churchill The New World ch 8: Good Queen Bess - to "The authors were never traced." pg 89-90
Churchill The New World ch 8: Good Queen Bess - to end of chapter pg 91-93

Week 11
Churchill The New World ch 9: The Spanish Armada - to "but none met with success." pg 94-95
Churchill The New World ch 9: The Spanish Armada - to "a landing on the Essex coast." pg 96-98
Churchill The New World ch 9: The Spanish Armada - to "flocked together like sheep." pg 98-100
Churchill The New World ch 9: The Spanish Armada - to end of chapter pg 100-102

Week 12
Churchill The New World ch 10: Gloriana - to "Tamburlane in Asia and Africa." pg 103-105
Churchill The New World ch 10: Gloriana - to "Almighty God and his servant Elizabeth, we are." pg 105-107
Churchill The New World ch 10: Gloriana - to "a wearing and expensive war." pg 107-109
Churchill The New World ch 10: Gloriana - to end of chapter pg 109-111

Week 13
Churchill The New World ch 11: The United Crowns - to "solemn duty to supply his needs." pg 115-117
Churchill The New World ch 11: The United Crowns - to "anti-Popery demonstration." pg 117-119
Churchill The New World ch 11: The United Crowns - to "Bench sided with James." pg 119-122
Churchill The New World ch 11: The United Crowns - to "negotiations for the Spanish match." pg 122-124

Week 14
Churchill The New World ch 11: The United Crowns - from "In the midst of these turmoils" to "reflected in the London sky." pg 124-126
Churchill The New World ch 11: The United Crowns - to end of chapter pg 126-127
Churchill The New World ch 12: The Mayflower - to "London greatly aided them in this." pg 128-130
Churchill The New World none today

Week 15
Churchill The New World ch 12: The Mayflower - from "Beneath the drab exterior" to "a vessel of 180 tons." pg 130-132
Churchill The New World ch 12: The Mayflower - to "embittered the peasantry at home." pg 132-134
Churchill The New World ch 12: The Mayflower - to "nearly a quarter of a century." pg 134-137
Churchill The New World ch 12: The Mayflower - to end of chapter pg 137-138

Week 16
Churchill The New World ch 13: Charles I and Buckingham - to "play it out remorselessly." pg 139-141
Churchill The New World ch 13: Charles I and Buckingham - to ". . .but as an admonition." pg 141-143
Churchill The New World ch 13: Charles I and Buckingham - to "but Fate moved differently." pg 143-145
Churchill The New World ch 13: Charles I and Buckingham - to end of chapter." pg 145-148

Week 17
Churchill The New World ch 14: The Personal Rule - to "brood and fume in obscurity." pg 149-151
Churchill The New World ch 14: The Personal Rule - to "inert forces of the nation." pg 151-153
Churchill The New World ch 14: The Personal Rule - from "Presently Charles' lawyers" to "massed themselves into a stack." pg 153-155
Churchill The New World ch 14: The Personal Rule - to "both in Church and State." pg 155-157

Week 18
Churchill The New World ch 14: The Personal Rule - to "looked about for arms and means of war." pg 157-159
Churchill The New World ch 14: The Personal Rule - to "in Scotland whenever it might be necessary." pg 159-161
Churchill The New World ch 14: The Personal Rule - from "At this decisive moment" to end of chapter pg 161-163
Churchill The New World ch 15: The Revolt of Parliament - to "were his trusted Ministers." pg 164-165

Week 19
Churchill The New World ch 15: The Revolt of Parliament - to "therefore sent to a committee." pg 165-168
Churchill The New World ch 15: The Revolt of Parliament - to "no doubt he had won his case." pg 168-169
Churchill The New World ch 15: The Revolt of Parliament - to "they would now impeach the Queen." pg 169-171
Churchill The New World ch 15: The Revolt of Parliament - to "was shaken from its base." pg 171-173

Week 20
Churchill The New World ch 15: The Revolt of Parliament - to "took their impulse from this moment." pg 173-174
Churchill The New World ch 15: The Revolt of Parliament - to "and after much bloodshed." pg 174-177
Churchill The New World ch 15: The Revolt of Parliament - to end of chapter pg 177-178
Churchill The New World ch 16: The Great Rebellion - to "the memory of ancient friendship." pg 179-182

Week 21
Churchill The New World ch 16: The Great Rebellion - to "troops towards key points." pg 182-184
Churchill The New World ch 16: The Great Rebellion - to "collective mind of civilisation." pg 184-185
Churchill The New World ch 16: The Great Rebellion - to "cavalry ever succeed in holding the towns." pg 185-187
Churchill The New World ch 16: The Great Rebellion - to "relief of Gloucester was the cry." pg 187-188

Week 22
Churchill The New World ch 16: The Great Rebellion - to "which they have laid down." pg 188-190
Churchill The New World ch 16: The Great Rebellion - to end of chapter pg 191
Churchill The New World ch 17: Marston Moor and Naseby - to "infallibly will be useless to me." pg 192-194
Churchill The New World ch 17: Marston Moor and Naseby - to "safely south to Shrewsbury." pg 194-195

Week 23
Churchill The New World ch 17: Marston Moor and Naseby - to "needed to escort them to the colours." pg 196-198
Churchill The New World ch 17: Marston Moor and Naseby - to end of chapter pg 198-200
Churchill The New World ch 18:The Axe Falls - to "embittered than that which had been finished." pg 201-203
Churchill The New World ch 18:The Axe Falls - to "household and the troops." pg 203-205

Week 24
Churchill The New World ch 18:The Axe Falls - from "In the morning Cornet" to "fell prostrate before them." pg 206-208
Churchill The New World ch 18:The Axe Falls - to "Army would have dissolved into chaos." pg 208-210
Churchill The New World ch 18:The Axe Falls - to "by law he was inviolable." pg 210-213
Churchill The New World ch 18:The Axe Falls - to end of chapter pg 213-217

Week 25
Churchill The New World ch 19: The English Republic - to "Cromwell and the King in 1647." pg 221-222
Churchill The New World ch 19: The English Republic - to "lasted till the third day." pg 222-224
Churchill The New World ch 19: The English Republic - to "however they may have prospered." pg 224-225
Churchill The New World ch 19: The English Republic - to "Upon all of us there still lies the curse of Cromwell." pg 225-226

Week 26
Churchill The New World ch 19: The English Republic - from "At the moment when the axe" to "Scottish army gathered on the Border." pg 226-229
Churchill The New World ch 19: The English Republic - to end of chapter pg 229-231
Churchill The New World ch 20:The Lord Protector - to "Army pull them down by the ears." pg 232-233
Churchill The New World ch 20:The Lord Protector - to "Don Quixote and the successors of Torquemada." pg 233-235

Week 27
Churchill The New World ch 20:The Lord Protector - from "Cromwell's successes and failures" to "Belgian walks to roar." pg 235-236
Churchill The New World ch 20:The Lord Protector - to "assumed the title of Lord Protector." pg 236-238
Churchill The New World ch 20:The Lord Protector - to "Everywhere was prying and spying." pg 238-241
Churchill The New World ch 20:The Lord Protector - to end of chapter pg 241-244

Week 28
Churchill The New World ch 21: The Restoration - to "not be at our mercy as well as we at theirs." pg 245-247
Churchill The New World ch 21: The Restoration - to "deliverance was to come." pg 247-249
Churchill The New World ch 21: The Restoration - to "Everyone must start fair on the new basis." pg 249-251
Churchill The New World ch 21: The Restoration - to "It was England's supreme day of joy." pg 251-253

Week 29
Churchill The New World ch 21: The Restoration - from "The wheel had not however" to "against both Parliament and Crown." pg 253-255
Churchill The New World ch 21: The Restoration - to "as formerly of valour and zeal." pg 255-256
Churchill The New World ch 21: The Restoration - to end of chapter pg 256-258
Churchill The New World ch 22: The Merry Monarch - to "you have the word of a King for it." pg 259-261

Week 30
Churchill The New World ch 22: The Merry Monarch - from "The Cavalier parliament" to "merciful voice that spoke." pg 262-263
Churchill The New World ch 22: The Merry Monarch - to "inflated by this royal connection." pg 263-266
Churchill The New World ch 22: The Merry Monarch - to "French Fleet also appeared in the Channel." pg 266-268
Churchill The New World ch 22: The Merry Monarch - to "actually spelt the word 'Cabal.'" pg 268-270

Week 31
Churchill The New World ch 22: The Merry Monarch - from "The dominent fact" to "strongest of French fortresses." pg 270-272
Churchill The New World ch 22: The Merry Monarch - to end of chapter pg 272-274
Churchill The New World ch 23: The Popish Plot - to "most menacing to the King." pg 275-276
Churchill The New World ch 23: The Popish Plot - to "broad course of European events." pg 276-278

Week 32
Churchill The New World ch 23: The Popish Plot - from "It was at this moment" to "He still had a part to play." pg 278-280
Churchill The New World ch 23: The Popish Plot - to end of chapter pg 280-283
Churchill The New World ch 24: Whig and Tory - to "pointed to them in terms of pride." pg 284-285
Churchill The New World ch 24: Whig and Tory - to "Peers rejected the exclusion Bill." pg 285-287

Week 33
Churchill The New World ch 24: Whig and Tory - from "The fury against the Popish plot" to "and nothing will ever separate us." pg 287-289
Churchill The New World ch 24: Whig and Tory - to "his fame sinks to a different level." pg 289-291
Churchill The New World ch 24: Whig and Tory - to "have restored them to predominance." pg 291-293
Churchill The New World ch 24: Whig and Tory - to end of chapter pg 293-296

Week 34
Churchill The New World ch 25: The Catholic King - to "the true father of all his people." pg 297-297
Churchill The New World ch 25: The Catholic King - to "Monmouth upon his perilous challenge." pg 297-298
Churchill The New World ch 25: The Catholic King - to "Feversham and the royal army approached." pg 298-300
Churchill The New World ch 25: The Catholic King - to "that which he most desired came to pass." pg 300-301

Week 35
Churchill The New World ch 25: The Catholic King - from "James was now at the height" to "It never met again while he was King." pg 301-302
Churchill The New World ch 25: The Catholic King - to end of chapter pg 302-305
Churchill The New World ch 26: The Revolution of 1688 - to "paths of conspiracy and rebellion." pg 306-308
Churchill The New World ch 26: The Revolution of 1688 - to "And now events struck their hammer blows." pg 308-310

Week 36
Churchill The New World ch 26: The Revolution of 1688 - from "At the end of April" to "ceased to have any practical importance." pg 310-312
Churchill The New World ch 26: The Revolution of 1688 - to "Soon it would blow across the North Sea!" pg 312-315
Churchill The New World ch 26: The Revolution of 1688 - to "end of chapter; end of book pg 315-317
Churchill none today

The Age of Revolution

Week 1
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 1 William of Orange to "the indelible shame of the deed." pg 3-4
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 1 William of Orange to "favourites was unceasing." pg 4-5
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 1 William of Orange to "helped the Whigs to prevail." pg 5-6
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 1 William of Orange to "thousand men against the French in Flanders." pg 6-7

Week 2
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 1 William of Orange to "by the business of government." pg 7-9
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 1 William of Orange to "favour shown to the Dutch." pg 9-11
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 1 William of Orange to end of chapter pg 11-12


Week 3
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 2 Continental War to "the Trafalgar of the seventeenth century." pg 13-14
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 2 Continental War to "informed from other sources." pg 14-16
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 2 Continental War to "But he could not fight alone." pg 16-18

Week 4
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 2 Continental War to "position in the House of Commons." pg 18-19
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 2 Continental War to "and more serviceable moods." pg 19-20
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 2 Continental War to end of chapter pg 20-22

Week 5
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 3 The Spanish Succession to "and enforce their solution." pg 23-24
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 3 The Spanish Succession to "sought to impeach the Ministers responsible." pg 24-26
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 3 The Spanish Succession to "like snow at Easter." pg 26-27

Week 6
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 3 The Spanish Succession to "The formation of the Grand Alliance had begun." pg 27-28
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 3 The Spanish Succession to "carry them to the inland sea." pg 28-30
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 3 The Spanish Succession to end of chapter pg 30-31

Week 7
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 4 Marlborough to "foremost soldier of the Allies." pg 32-35
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 4 Marlborough to "of the Mediterranean in 1703." pg 35-37
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 4 Marlborough to "Southern Germany and the Upper Rhine." pg 37-39
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 4 Marlborough to "and I am following the rest." pg 39-42

Week 8
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 4 Marlborough to "French had hurled themselves." pg 43-46
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 4 Marlborough to "marched to meet Villeroy." pg 46-48
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 4 Marlborough to "cannon were abandoned on the field." pg 48-50
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 4 Marlborough to end of chapter pg 50-52

Week 9
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 5 Oudenarde and Malplaquet to "Union, all of which still endure." pg 53-54
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 5 Oudenarde and Malplaquet to "thus reduced itself to stalemate." pg 54-56
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 5 Oudenarde and Malplaquet to "saved his life by incriminating him." pg 56-58
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 5 Oudenarde and Malplaquet to "French detachments and flank guards." pg 58-59

Week 10
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 5 Oudenarde and Malplaquet to "siege were steadily conveyed." pg 60-61
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 5 Oudenarde and Malplaquet to "powerful middle part." pg 61-64
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 5 Oudenarde and Malplaquet to "the carnage of Malplaquet." pg 64-66
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 5 Oudenarde and Malplaquet to end of chapter pg 66-69

Week 11
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 6 Treaty of Utrechte to "He was at the height of his career." pg 70-72
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 6 Treaty of Utrechte to "his heavy concentration at Douai." pg 72-73
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 6 Treaty of Utrechte to "Nothing like this exists in the annals of war." pg 73-75

Week 12
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 6 Treaty of Utrechte to "--as if such tactics were possible." pg 75-77
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 6 Treaty of Utrechte to "Christendom had been subjected." pg 77-80
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 6 Treaty of Utrechte to "moved towards her brain." pg 80-82
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 6 Treaty of Utrechte to end of chapter pg 82-83

Week 13
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 7 The House of Hanover to "he was a broken man." pg 87-88
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 7 The House of Hanover to "cool to their projects." pg 88-90
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 7 The House of Hanover to "other pursuits and new adventures." pg 90-92
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 7 The House of Hanover to end of chapter pg 92-94

Week 14
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 8 Sir Robert Walpole to "fainter every year, the rightful King!" pg 95-97
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 8 Sir Robert Walpole to "feathering his own nest." pg 97-99
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 8 Sir Robert Walpole to "The Opposers make the war." pg 99-101
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 8 Sir Robert Walpole to end of chapter pg 101-103

Week 15
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 9 Austrian Succession to "remembered, and rewarded." pg 104-106
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 9 Austrian Succession to "would admit him to his councils?" pg 106-109
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 9 Austrian Succession to "still a White Rose League." pg 109-112
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 9 Austrian Succession to end of chapter pg 112-114

Week 16
Churchill's Age of Revolution, none this week

Week 17
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 10 The American Colonies to "dominion of New England." pg 115-116
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 10 The American Colonies to "quarrelsome isolation." pg 116-119
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 10 The American Colonies to instability of colonial credit." pg 119-120
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 10 The American Colonies to end of chapter pg 120-122

Week 18
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 11 The First World War to support him and he resigned." pg 123-125
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 11 The First World War to "emphasized in his instructions." pg 126-128
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 11 The First World War to "dominance in the New World." pg 128-132
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 11 The First World War to end of chapter pg 132-135

Week 19
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 12 The Quarrel with America to "again a Member of Parliament." pg 136-138
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 12 The Quarrel with America to "achievement to Alderman John Wilkes." pg 138-141
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 12 The Quarrel with America to "a danger to colonial resources." pg 141-143
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 12 The Quarrel with America to "was still far from their minds." pg 143-145

Week 20
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 12 The Quarrel with America to "colonial opinion against the British." pg 145-148
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 12 The Quarrel with America to end of chapter pg 148-150
Edmund Burke's Plea for Conciliation with the American Colonies, March 22, 1775 (document)

Week 21
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 13 War of Independence to "their loyalty to George III." pg 151-154
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 13 War of Independence to "safely across the East River." pg 154-157
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 13 War of Independence to "and join him at Albany." pg 157-161
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 13 War of Independence to end of chapter pg 161-164

Week 22
The Declaration of Independence (read the document)
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 14 The United States to "English commerce in the Caribbean." pg 165-167
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 14 The United States to "re-buried in Westminster Abbey." pg 167-170
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 14 The United States to end of chapter pg 170-175

Week 23
Constitution of the United States (read the document)
Articles of Capitulation, Yorktown, 1781 (read the document)

Week 24
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 15 The Indian Empire to "sad fate that befell most of the French." pg 176-180
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 15 The Indian Empire to "His services in India were not yet over." pg 181-183
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 15 The Indian Empire to "His liberation came only just in time." pg 183-186
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 15 The Indian Empire to end of chapter pg 186-191

Week 25
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 16 The Younger Pitt to "seemed to have been gravely weakened." pg 195-198
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 16 The Younger Pitt to "up in his provincial eddies." pg 198-200
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 16 The Younger Pitt to "to compromise with the forces of resistance." pg 200-203
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 16 The Younger Pitt to end of chapter pg 204-206

Week 26
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 17 The American Constitution to "ensure their conformity with the Constitution." pg 207-210
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 17 The American Constitution to "ordinary operations of the Government." pg 210-212
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 17 The American Constitution to "Congress to assume the debts of the States." pg 212-215
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 17 The American Constitution to end of chapter pg 215-218

Week 27
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 18 The French Revolution to "self-confidence to seize it." pg 219-222
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 18 The French Revolution to "Europe since Julius Ceasar." pg 222-225
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 18 The French Revolution to "Queen working for their overturn." pg 225-228
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 18 The French Revolution to end of chapter pg 228-231

Week 28
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 19 France Confronted to "I now trust for your support." pg 232-235
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 19 France Confronted to "and all that lay in Asia." pg 235-237
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 19 France Confronted to "were cleared from the Orient." pg 238-240
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 19 France Confronted to end of chapter pg 240-243

Week 29
Churchill's Age of Revolution, none this week

Week 30
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 20 Trafalgar to "when the enemy was at large." pg 244-246
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 20 Trafalgar to "French took refuge in Ferrol." pg 246-248
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 20 Trafalgar to "war had begun in 1803." pg 248-250
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 20 Trafalgar to end of chapter pg 250-252

Week 31
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 21 Emperor of the French to "fox-hunting as in the world crisis." pg 253-256
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 21 Emperor of the French to "whole structure of his power." pg 257-259
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 21 Emperor of the French to "flickered a horrible guerrilla." pg 259-262
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 21 Emperor of the French to end of chapter pg 262-265

Week 32
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 22 Peninsular War to "quietly growing efficiency." pg 266-270
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 22 Peninsular War to "drama reached its culmination." pg 270-274
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 22 Peninsular War to "struggle of the peace." pg 274-277
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 22 Peninsular War to end of chapter pg 277-280

Week 33
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 23 Washington, Adams, Jefferson to "alliances for extraordinary emergencies." pg 281-283
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 23 Washington, Adams, Jefferson to "and methods of his predecessors." pg 283-286
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 23 Washington, Adams, Jefferson to "square miles of new territory." pg 286-288
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 23 Washington, Adams, Jefferson to end of chapter pg 288-290

Week 34
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 24 The War of 1812 to "American Army or Navy." pg 291-293
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 24 The War of 1812 to "of Fort Niagara." pg 293-295
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 24 The War of 1812 to "Independence against British tyranny." pg 295-297
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 24 The War of 1812 to end of chapter pg 297-299

Week 35
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 25 Elba and Waterloo to "seized his usual initiative." pg 300-303
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 25 Elba and Waterloo to "Prussians was the support of one corps." pg 303-306
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 25 Elba and Waterloo to "it was time to cultivate the olive." pg 306-310
Churchill's Age of Revolution, ch 25 Elba and Waterloo to end of chapter pg 310-314

Week 36
Churchill's Age of Revolution, none this week
Salem Witch Trial Transcript (read the document)

The Great Democracies

Week 1
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 1 Victory Peace to "as possible as well as they could." pg 3-5
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 1 Victory Peace to "Master-General of the Ordnance." pg 5-7
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 1 Victory Peace to "to all proposals for change." pg 7-9
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 1 Victory Peace to "it seemed that a corner had been turned." pg 9-11

Week 2
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 1 Victory Peace from "Once again in English history" to "lustre to the royal house." pg 11-12
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 1 Victory Peace to "was the future Queen Victoria." pg 12-14
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 1 Victory Peace to "Ver' true, Sir--Si, Signore!" pg 14-16
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 1 Victory Peace to end of chapter pg 16-17

Week 3
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 2 Canning the Duke to "until his death five years later." pg 18-20
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 2 Canning the Duke to "the balance of the Old." pg 20-22
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 2 Canning the Duke to "in office for some years to come." pg 22-24
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 2 Canning the Duke to "still lingers in my ear the melody of that voice." pg 24-26

Week 4
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 2 Canning the Duke from "Canning's death at a" to "nourished thoughts of silence." pg 26-28
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 2 Canning the Duke to "sacrifice my life in order to do it." pg 28-29
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 2 Canning the Duke to better than most contemporary men of fashion." pg 29-31
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 2 Canning the Duke to end of chapter pg 31-32

Week 5
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 3 Reform and Free Trade to "He said that we are going out." pg 33-35
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 3 Reform and Free Trade to "revolution as well can be imagined." pg 35-37
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 3 Reform and Free Trade to "embodiment of mid-Victorian confidence." pg 37-39
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 3 Reform and Free Trade to "alighted in the course of their journey." pg 39-41

Week 6
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 3 Reform and Free Trade from "In 1837 King William died." to "men against the middle classes." pg 42-43
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 3 Reform and Free Trade to "But a storm was gathering in Ireland." pg 43-44
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 3 Reform and Free Trade to "and time was denied him." pg 44-46
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 3 Reform and Free Trade to end of chapter pg 46-47

Week 7
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 4 The Crimean War to "ineffective part upon the European scene." pg 48-49
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 4 The Crimean War to "revolutionary feeling in London in 1848." pg 49-50
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 4 The Crimean War to "Russia that was soon to break out." pg 50-51
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 4 The Crimean War to "arts and to socialism in politics." pg 51-52

Week 8
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 4 The Crimean War from "Foreign affairs and the threat " to "be delayed much longer." pg 52-54
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 4 The Crimean War to "Nobody took any notice of this precaution." pg 54-56
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 4 The Crimean War to "inspired by large strategic views." pg 56-58
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 4 The Crimean War to end of chapter pg 59-61

Week 9
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 5 Palmerston to "resounded throughout the peninsula." pg 62-63
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 5 Palmerston to "focus for the mass of discontent." pg 63-65
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 5 Palmerston to "in the skins of cows and swine." pg 65-67
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 5 Palmerston to "bitter mark in the memory of both countries." pg 67-68

Week 10
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 5 Palmerston from "While these events unrolled" to "forward march of mankind." pg 70-71
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 5 Palmerston to "Italians made of this." pg 71-72
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 5 Palmerston to "took time to find acceptance." pg 72-73
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 5 Palmerston to end of chapter pg 73-75

Week 11
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 6 Canada and South Africa to "traded their wares to China." pg 76-78
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 6 Canada and South Africa to "America and yet stay alive?" pg 78-81
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 6 Canada and South Africa to "indemnity of $6,000,000." pg 81-83
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 6 Canada and South Africa to end of chapter pg 83-86

Week 12
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 7 Australia and New Zealand to "two million pounds in sterling." pg 87-89
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 7 Australia and New Zealand to "Gold Rush had begun." pg 89-92
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 7 Australia and New Zealand to "refused to sanction its plans." pg 92-95
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 7 Australia and New Zealand to end of chapter pg 95-98

Week 13
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 8 American Epic to "upon the shores of the Pacific." pg 101-103
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 8 American Epic to "a great, tragic volume." pg 103-106
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 8 American Epic to "or South and West against North?" pg 106-107
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 8 American Epic to "the inexperience of their leaders in such affairs." pg 107-110

Week 14
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 8 American Epic from "The westward tide" to "republics and the United States." pg 110-112
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 8 American Epic to end of chapter pg 112-114
Churchill's Great Democracies, none today
Churchill's Great Democracies, none today

Week 15
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 9 Slavery and Secession to "by the Gospel of Christ." pg 115-117
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 9 Slavery and Secession to "of the English Civil War." pg 117-119
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 9 Slavery and Secession to "carry slavery north of the line." pg 119-122
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 9 Slavery and Secession to end of chapter pg 122-125

Week 16
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 10 The Union in Danger to "allow its supplies to be cut off." pg 126-127
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 10 The Union in Danger to "for the last time in friendship." pg 127-129
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 10 The Union in Danger to "known to the annals of war." pg 129-131
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 10 The Union in Danger to "marshalled the overwhelming forces of the union." pg 131-132

Week 17
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 10 The Union in Danger from "Both sides set to work" to "brought under Federal control." pg 132-134
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 10 The Union in Danger to "evasion by the state authorities." pg 135-136
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 10 The Union in Danger to "Who shall say?" pg 136-139
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 10 The Union in Danger to end of chapter pg 139-140

Week 18
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 11 The Campaign Against Richmond to "down the Mississippi to Memphis." pg 141-143
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 11 The Campaign Against Richmond to "moment of launching his tremendous operation." pg 143-145
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 11 The Campaign Against Richmond to "hundred miles on a three-hundred-mile front." pg 145-147
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 11 The Campaign Against Richmond to "the Army of Northern Virginia." pg 147-150

Week 19
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 11 The Campaign Against Richmond from "Lee now made the first of" to "the stroke was mortal?" pg 150-152
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 11 The Campaign Against Richmond to "treated him must be recounted." pg 152-154
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 11 The Campaign Against Richmond to end of chapter pg 154-156
Churchill's Great Democracies, none today

Week 20
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 12 Lee and McClellan to "main army and join him." pg 157-158
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 12 Lee and McClellan to "the tables were turned." pg 158-161
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 12 Lee and McClellan to "and rejoin him in time." pg 161-163
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 12 Lee and McClellan to "a struggle unsurpassed in history." pg 163-165

Week 21
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 12 Lee and McClellan from "Lincoln had hoped for a" to "received with public incomprehension." pg 165-167
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 12 Lee and McClellan to "Rappahannock at Fredericksburg." pg 167-169
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 12 Lee and McClellan to end of chapter pg 169-171
Churchill's Great Democracies, none today

Week 22
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 13 Chancellorsville and Gettysburg to "Thus the night set in." pg 171-175
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 13 Chancellorsville and Gettysburg to "But the heart of Lincoln did not fail him." pg 175-178
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 13 Chancellorsville and Gettysburg to "much had happened meanwhile." pg 178-180
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 13 Chancellorsville and Gettysburg to "ordering a general retreat." pg 180-182

Week 23
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 13 Chancellorsville and Gettysburg to "facing each other on the Rapidan." pg 182-186
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 13 Chancellorsville and Gettysburg from "We must now turn to the West" to "stunning blows to the South." pg 186-188
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 13 Chancellorsville and Gettysburg to "head of the Army of Tennessee." pg 188-191
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 13 Chancellorsville and Gettysburg to end of chapter pg 191-192


Week 24
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 14 The Victory of the Union to "deemed a horror almost beyond words." pg 193-195
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 14 The Victory of the Union to "admired one another came on." pg 195-199
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 14 The Victory of the Union to "upon its stubborn capital." pg 199-201
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 14 The Victory of the Union to end of chapter pg 201-203

Week 25
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 15 The Rise of Germany to "made aware of its power." pg 207-209
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 15 The Rise of Germany to "The Austrian Army was shattered." pg 209-212
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 15 The Rise of Germany to "he regarded the matter as closed." pg 212-214
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 15 The Rise of Germany to "the sentence was not carried out." pg 214-216

Week 26
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 15 The Rise of Germany from "The war seemed over." to visible to this day." pg 216-217
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 15 The Rise of Germany to end of chapter pg 217-218
Churchill's Great Democracies, none today
Churchill's Great Democracies, none today

Week 27
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 16 Gladstone and Disraeli to "remained a constitutional monarch." pg 219-221
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 16 Gladstone and Disraeli to "was not yet established." pg 221-223
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 16 Gladstone and Disraeli to "convert his own party." pg 223-225
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 16 Gladstone and Disraeli to "from this glittering prospect." pg 225-227

Week 28
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 16 Gladstone and Disraeli from "In 1876 the Eastern Question" to "than any Bulgarian horror." pg 227-228
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 16 Gladstone and Disraeli to "for thirty-six years." pg 228-231
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 16 Gladstone and Disraeli to structure of the party system." pg 231-233
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 16 Gladstone and Disraeli to end of chapter pg 233-234

Week 29
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 17 American "Reconstruction" to "keep their own party in power." pg 235-237
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 17 American "Reconstruction" to "made him their tool." pg 237-240
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 17 American "Reconstruction" to "empire of McKinley and Roosevelt." pg 240-242
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 17 American "Reconstruction" to end of chapter pg 242-245

Week 30
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 18 America as a World Power to "needed for agriculture." pg 246-248
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 18 America as a World Power to "by stronger economic groups." pg 248-251
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 18 America as a World Power to "agitation was all but forgotten." pg 251-254
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 18 America as a World Power to end of chapter pg 254-257

Week 31
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 19 Home Rule for Ireland to "about a single great proposal." pg 258-260
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 19 Home Rule for Ireland to "much-needed reform." pg 260-262
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 19 Home Rule for Ireland to "mission would have been assured." pg 262-263
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 19 Home Rule for Ireland to "they had paid the penalty." pg 263-265

Week 32
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 19 Home Rule for Ireland from "The position of the Liberal Party" to "the tenure of his land." pg 265-267
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 19 Home Rule for Ireland to "of coercion had failed." pg 267-269
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 19 Home Rule for Ireland to "to be a gift to the enemy." pg 269-271
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 19 Home Rule for Ireland to end of chapter pg 271-273

Week 33
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 20 Lord Salisbury's Government to "served by a policy of active reform." pg 274-275
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 20 Lord Salisbury's Government to "boat-hook with greater dexterity." pg 275-278
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 20 Lord Salisbury's Government to "the cost to his country or his cause." pg 278-279
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 20 Lord Salisbury's Government to "were on the grand scale." pg 280-281

Week 34
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 20 Lord Salisbury's Government from "In January 1893" to "done so much to build." pg 281-283
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 20 Lord Salisbury's Government to "magnet for European rivalries." pg 283-285
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 20 Lord Salisbury's Government to end of chapter pg 285-287
Churchill's Great Democracies, none today

Week 35
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 21 The South African War to "British territory all the way." pg 288-289
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 21 The South African War to "was at first concentrated." pg 290-292
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 21 The South African War to "power with a large majority." pg 292-294
Churchill's Great Democracies, none today

Week 36
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 21 The South African War from "On January 22, 1901, Queen" to "through the ordeals to come." pg 294-295
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 21 The South African War to "twenty million pounds." pg 295-297
Churchill's Great Democracies, ch 21 The South African War to end of chapter pg 297-299
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