Churchill's Radio Imposter?

Solving the mystery of the British Prime Minister's wartime recordings.

Winston ChurchillIn November 2000 the Observer newspaper reported that proof had at last been found that some of Winston Churchill’s most famous wartime radio broadcasts to the British people were delivered by an impersonator (the BBC radio actor Norman Shelley).

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