The Woman Who Censored Churchill
During the second World War, the only way Winston Churchill and Franklin D Roosevelt could communicate was through a top secret transatlantic telephone link. Ruth Ive, a young stenographer working in the Ministry of Information, had the job of censoring the line. This title describes the details of her story.
- Electronic book text | 168 pages
- 26 Dec 2010
- The History Press Ltd
- United Kingdom