Description
At the end of the war in Europe in 1945, Winston Churchill, the architect of Hitler's downfall, called a General Election, hoping to reinforce politically his pre-eminent position in the eyes of the British people.
In the event, Labour won with a landslide majority.
The BBC's former Political Editor, John Cole, tells the story of this watershed election.

Broadcast Details

  • First broadcast 20050723

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