Traditional history is often tainted with the colors of the select few who wrote about it. Today, however, the enormous resources at our disposal and convenience allow us to paint history with our own brushes.
Excerpt from "Author's note" of In the Shadow of the Kingmakers
“History will judge me kindly, because I intend to write it myself.” Said Winston Churchill.
Was he a hero or a villain?
in 1924, the year the story(this novel), Churchill accepted the post of Chancellor of the Exchequer. He oversaw Britain's disastrous return to the Gold Standard. Later, he regarded this as the greatest mistake of his life.
Why is the world the way it is? This is a profound question that active minds regularly ponder. In the view of some, this query is among the basic building blocks that form the human quest for progress.