Roland Quinault

Benjamin Disraeli has always attracted more interest on account of who he was than for what he did. Although he secured the passage of the Second...

Winston Churchill had a long association with Ireland, from his infancy in Dublin in the 1870s to his second premiership in the 1950s. During his...

Churchill’s involvement with the British Empire has received much attention but his attitude to the Islamic world has been largely neglected. Yet...

From luxury liners to troopships: Roland Quinault examines the close relationship between the Cunard line and Winston Churchill.

Boris Johnson states that his intention in writing this book was two-fold: to bring knowledge of Churchill to a younger generation that knows...

This is an omnibus edition of Leonard’s previous three books on 18th, 19th and 20th century premiers, plus new chapters on Blair, Brown and...

As a peacetime premier Herbert Asquith was held in high regard, but the First World War undid his reputation. That is an unfair judgment, argues Roland Quinault.

The rivalry between Gladstone and Disraeli has long been regarded as the most famous political duel in modern British history. As such, it has...

Though they are often seen as polar opposites,the architect of modern Germany and the great British Liberal statesman shared more in common than one might think. Roland Quinault draws comparisons.

Almost 50 years after his death, Churchill continues to fascinate historians, says Roland Quinault.