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Was a British politician who was twice Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1940-1945 and 1951-1955). Died in 1965.
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ENG: Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, KG, OM, CH, TD, DL, FRS, Hon. RA (30 November 1874– 24 January 1965) was a British politician who was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 (that is, for most of the Second World War) and again from 1951 to 1955. Widely regarded as one of the greatest wartime leaders of the 20th century, Churchill was also an officer in the British Army, a historian, a writer, and an artist. He is the only British Prime Minister to have received the Nobel Prize in Literature, and was also the first person to be made an honorary citizen of the United States. Churchill was born into an aristocratic family as the grandson of the 7th Duke of Marlborough. His father, Lord Randolph Churchill, was a charismatic politician who served as ...
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Churchill fans to gather here


They won't all be smoking cigars and wearing top hats -- in fact, maybe none of them will -- but some of the nation's greatest Winston Churchill devotees will gather here this week to talk about his life and legacy. Kenneth Childs, a Columbia lawyer who is co-chairing the conference, said the meeting is being held here not simply because Charleston is an attractive city with several good places to eat. One of Churchill's best American friends was the Wall Street financier and statesman Bernard Baruch, who resided part time at Hobcaw Barony, a plantation property outside Georgetown. Churchill ...


The Real Churchill


On February 4th, President Bush eulogized the life of Winston Churchill. The president described Winston Churchill as a "great man" and quickly zeroed in on the mistress that both Bush and Churchill share: war. "He was a prisoner in the Boer War, a controversial strategist in the Great War. He was the rallying voice of the Second World War, and a prophet of the Cold War." Indeed, there doesn't seem to have been a war—or an opportunity for war—that Churchill wasn't associated with during his long career.Bush also recited Churchill's famous retort that "History will be kind to me, ...


The Power of Oratory: Why Churchill is Still Relevant


By Carlo D’EsteMilitary historian and biographer Carlo D’Este is the author of biographies of Patton and Eisenhower and the recently published Warlord: A Life of Winston Churchill at War, 1874-1945 (HarperCollins). On May 10, 1940 Winston Churchill became prime minister of Britain on what one Member of Parliament aptly described as “perhaps the darkest day in English history.” That morning Hitler’s armies invaded Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland and France. Few leaders have ever inherited a more hopeless challenge than Churchill. Three days later, in what many ...


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Winston Churchill: America's Enduring Love for Winnie and His Words
An exhibition of Churchilliana in New York has reminded Americans why they took the great man to their hearts – and kept him there.By Andrew RobertsTHE TELEGRAPH, 4 August 2012—Americans love Sir Winston Churchill. That much has been obvious since even before 1963, when President Kennedy gave him the only honorary US citizenship ever awarded to a living person. Yet, in the half-century since then, that admiration and affection hasn't abated; he is one of the only non‑Americans to have a US warship named after him, and as many books are published about him in America as in Britain. Indeed, the only bookshop in the world dedicated solely to selling his books, articles and memorabilia is the splendid Chartwell Books on Madison Avenue and 52nd Street in Manhattan. As Churchill's mother, Jennie Jerome, was born in Brooklyn, Americans understandably regard Churchill's extraordinary life as an almost semi-detached telling of their own national story.So when the prestigious Morgan Librar
"Last Lion" Author Paul Reid Interviewed at the Pritzker Military Library
Watch an excellent interview by Chicago Tribune Editorial Board Member Greg Burns.This program is presented by Pritzker Military Library and made possible by the support of the Churchill Centre.Greg Burns interviews author Paul Reid for this edition of Pritzker Military Library's Citizen Soldier.William Manchester was a tremendously successful popular historian and biographer whose books include The Last Lion: Visions of Glory, The Last Lion: Alone, Goodbye Darkness, A World Lit Only by Fire, The Glory and the Dream, The Arms of Krupp, American Caesar, and The Death of A President. In 1998, after completing much of the research for the final volume of The Last Lion, Manchester suffered two strokes that left him unable to write. Manchester sought a writer with a reporting background to complete his work. In 2003, Manchester asked his friend Paul Reid to complete Defender of the Realm. Reid, who now lives in North Carolina, had spent many years as a feature writer for the Palm Beach Post
Sir Winston Churchill's family urged him not to convert to Islam - Metro
MetroSir Winston Churchill's family urged him not to convert to IslamMetroSir Winston Churchill's family pressured him to 'fight against' an apparent desire to convert to Islam, a recently discovered letter has revealed. In a letter from August 1907, Churchill's future sister-in-law, Lady Gwendoline Bertie, wrote: 'Please ...
Sir Winston Churchill's relative implored him not to convert to Islam - International Business Times UK
International Business Times UKSir Winston Churchill's relative implored him not to convert to IslamInternational Business Times UKSir Winston Churchill's family urged him not to convert to Islam after he became fascinated with eastern culture as a young man. The revelation is contained in a letter from Lady Gwendoline Bertie, his future sister-in-law, written in August 1907, in ...



 
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