History of War

UNION JACK JOHN F. KENNEDY’S SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP WITH GREAT BRITAIN

Source:   Kennedy with Harold Macmillan, whom he appeared to trust and whose counsel he often sought  

Author: Christopher Sandford Publisher: The History Press Price: £20 Released: Out now

 There have been countless books on John F. Kennedy and many on the so-called ‘special relationship’ between Britain and the United States. Christopher Sandford has decided to look into the matter more deeply in his latest book, having previously written on the relationship between

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