Where and when <ul><li>Winston Churchill was born in oxford into the aristocratic family of the dukes of Marlborough. He grew up and lived in the palace of Blenheim Winston was very happy with his home and life. </li></ul>
Where was Winston's education. <ul><li>Most of Winston's education was in Harrow. Winston's school which was harrow school was a famous boarding </li></ul><ul><li>School and he spent most of his education there. His university was called </li></ul><ul><li>winterbourne junior boys. </li></ul>
When did he get involved in politics? <ul><li>Winston got himself Involved in politics when he became a politician when he won a big election in 1900 to Parliament. This election was a very big one and many people entered into it. </li></ul>
What politics did he represent? <ul><li>Winston Churchill represented the nation </li></ul><ul><li>of Great Britain. </li></ul><ul><li>He became quite well known back in Britain when he won a medal for gallantry. He became involved in politics and on July 26th, 1897, began making speeches on behalf of the Conservative Party. </li></ul>
What area did Winston Churchill represent ? <ul><li>Winston Churchill represented his economic views on free trade. In this post, he did a great deal to ensure that the navy was in a state to fight a war. This post was very important because he made sure the royal navy were ready to fight because if they weren't then they would surely lose. </li></ul>
What was he most famous for ? <ul><li>Winston is famous because he was prime minister through most of the world was 2.He is also famous for his speech and his most famous line was “ never in the field of the human conflict was so much owned by so many so few ”. </li></ul>
When was his death ? <ul><li>Winston died at the age of 90.The year of </li></ul><ul><li>Winston's death was 1965. Winston </li></ul><ul><li>suffered a stroke 15 days before his death </li></ul><ul><li>and he never woke up. He died in his </li></ul><ul><li>London home at Hyde Park Gate. </li></ul>
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