Super Cities №179 — How Churchill Wrote Memos

Brendan Hart

One Big Thing

In the weeks leading up to Churchill’s 1940 memo on BREVITY, the Germans occupied Paris; De Gaulle formed an exile government; Hitler ordered the plans for an invasion of the United Kingdom; and the Battle of Britain began.

Yet Churchill felt compelled to denounce “woolly phrases.”

History is a wise teacher.

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