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“All his life he was a man of extraordinary personal courage,” wrote biographer William Manchester of Winston Churchill. “During raids he would dart out after close hits to see the damage. Sometimes he climbed up to the roof and squatted there on a hot-air vent, counting the Heinkel 11’s as the searchlights picked them up.

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