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Winston Churchill - History

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  • 1. Winston Churchill
  • 2. Lord Randolph Churchill, Winston’s father
  • 3. Jennie Churchill, his motherf“She shone for me like the Evening Star. I loved her dearly – but at a distance.”
  • 4. Winston Churchill
    was born in 30 November 1874, at Blenheim Palace. In this picture he was 8.
  • 5. Blenheim Palace
  • 6. Jennie and her two sons, Jack Churchill (9 in this picture) and Winston Churchill (14).
  • 7. Mrs. Everest. Winston’s nanny
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  • 9. Cadet Register of 1894 (when Churchill was 20)
  • 10. Churchill as a soldier. Fought on Cuba, India, Sudan and South Africa
  • 11. Churchill’s book about the Battle of Omdurman, in Sudan
  • 12. Derailed train in which Churchill was held prisoner, South Africa
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  • 15. London to Ladysmith via Pretoria, Churchill’s book about his South African adventures.
  • 16. 1 October 1900 (age 26), he won the elections as a member of the Conservative Party
  • 17. Meeting of Colonial Prime Ministers, London 8 May 1907
  • 18. Winston and his wife “I am so much centered in my politics, that I often feel I must be a dull companion, to anyone who is not in the trade too.”
  • 19.
  • 20. Churchill when he was the First Lord of the Admiralty, 24 October 1911
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  • 22. Winston rejoined the army and fought in the trenches of the Western front in France
  • 23. Churchill inspecting British forces in Cologne (France) as Secretary of State for War
  • 24. Churchill was defeated in 1922. In 1924 joined the conservatives again
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  • 26. Churchill arrives at the Admiralty on September 4, 1939. He was back again after ten year in the wilderness.
  • 27. Churchill when he became Prime Minister on 10 May, 1940
  • 28. Churchill during a German air raid in London
  • 29. Churchill’s underground War Room
  • 30. Churchill and Roosevelt meet in Newfoundland 1941
  • 31. Churchill at Cairo, 20 August 1942
  • 32. General Giraud, General De Gaulle, Roosevelt and Churchill at Casablanca 24 January 1943
  • 33. On November 30, 1943, while in Teheran Churchill celebrated his sixty-ninth birthday
  • 34. The Big Three at Yalta on 12 April 1945
  • 35. Truman, Stalin and Churchill at Potsdam
  • 36. Churchill on the Balcony of Buckingham Palace on VE Day 1945
  • 37. Churchill swamped by crowds during the 1945 general elections
  • 38. 14 June 1954, he became Sir Winston Churchill
  • 39. Churchill Painting in the south of France, for his last years painting was his main relaxation.
  • 40. Churchill’s funeral took place in London on January 30, 1965