Churchill: Capable Leader or Useless Drunk
Winston Churchill was by far one of the most important people during World War II. If it were not for him taking over after the terrible job done by prime minister Chamberlin. With out a doubt Winston Churchill was not a mere drunk he was an ambitious, qualified and capable leader. With out him Britain would have been at loss during WWII. He was qualified because of his literary career, his accomplishments is politics and in the military and he was capable due to his government ideas philosophies and intuitions.
Winston’s literary career was a huge ambitious part of his life. It is what made him such a powerful speaker and educated individual. He wrote a vast majority of books and articles on his view point of society and also his military battles and achievements as well as tons of biographies. He had so many accomplishments at such a young age it could be seen that he was destined for greatness. With his mind and his capabilities Winston Churchill could do anything he wanted to. The idea of him as prime minister now seems so small and insignificant because of the time period it is. He may not have been the ideal candidate for a prime minster now a days but during the second world war he was perfect.
The books that he wrote won him the honor of winning the noble prize something that other great leaders have not won but have dreamed of winning it is because of his ambitiousness. In 1923 he wrote a book called the world crisis. It was this book that showed Britain the type of military leader that he could be if he really worked and tried for it. There is no reason why he would not be a good leader because he was able to inspire and act within his power and his knowledge. By inspiring people with his works he was able to give the people of Britain great hope when it came to the Second World War he was able to light smiles on faces filed with fear.
At a young age Winston Churchill was brought up in a higher class...