William Manchester Quotes

Korea hangs like a lumpy phallus between the sprawling thighs of Manchuria and the Sea of Japan. Roughly the size of England and Scotland, it was, in 1950, the home of about twenty million people, most of whom lived in the south. The peninsula has sometimes been called “The Hermit Kingdom,” and most visitors have […]

He drove a sharp needle into Labour policy one day when he met (Clement Atlee) in the men’s room. Atlee, arriving first, had stepped up to the urinal trough when Churchill strode in on the same mission, glanced at him, and stood at the trough as far away from him as possible. Atlee said, “Feeling […]