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  • (diff | hist) . . Winston Churchill‎; 17:28 . . (+8). .Rutabagasubu (talk | contribs)("We shall never surrender": editing to remove "the former's" -- the ref. is to any number of PMs (not just the former PM))
  • (diff | hist) . . Winston Churchill‎; 14:46 . . (+75). .Jacob D (talk | contribs)(German and Italian rearmament and conflicts in Manchuria and Abyssinia)
  • (diff | hist) . . Winston Churchill‎; 14:39 . . (-2). .Jacob D (talk | contribs)(German and Italian rearmament and conflicts in Manchuria and Abyssinia)
  • (diff | hist) . . Winston Churchill‎; 14:38 . . (0). .Jacob D (talk | contribs)(German and Italian rearmament and conflicts in Manchuria and Abyssinia)
  • (diff | hist) . . Winston Churchill‎; 14:36 . . (+424). .Jacob D (talk | contribs)(German and Italian rearmament and conflicts in Manchuria and Abyssinia: Churchill was referring to a SECTION among the Jews (in his view apostates and atheists) who had become influential Bolsheviks. He praised what he called "national" Jews.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Winston Churchill‎; 13:44 . . (-201). .Jacob D (talk | contribs)(Legacy and historical assessments: As the reference points out, Churchill's view on Islam and Judaism were far more nuanced than what is claimed in this article. One historian quoted in the reference categorically rejects the claim he was antisemitic)