Like the great river he so memorably evoked, the narrative of Mr. Churchill's war memoirs rolls on. The fourth volume, covering 1942 and the first half of 1943, maintains the level of its predecessors. If the Prime Minister's own rôle seems somewhat slighter in the expanding field of conflict, he provides many valuable insights into his dealings with his two great Allies during the year when the tide turned.
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