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  1. Biography - Churchill, Winston (1871-1947): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2003-01-01
  2. Coniston. by Winston Churchill with illustrations by Florenc by Churchill. Winston. 1871-1947., 1906
  3. The celebrity; an episode. by Winston Churchill. by Churchill. Winston. 1871-1947., 1898
  4. The inside of the cup. by Winston Churchill. with illustrations by Churchill. Winston. 1871-1947., 1913-01-01
  5. Modern Chronicle, aVolume 03 by Winston, 1871-1947 Churchill, 2004-10-19
  6. Mr. Crewe's career / by Winston Churchill ... ; illustrated by Winston (1871-1947) - Related names: Kinney, Margaret West (b. 1872) Churchill, 1908
  7. Mr. CreweÃ?¯Ã'¿Ã'½s career / by Winston Churchill ... ; illustrated by Winston (1871-1947) - Related names Kinney, Margaret West (b. 1872) ill.; Kinney, Troy (1871-1938) ill.; Keller, A. J ill Churchill, 1908
  8. The crossing. by Winston Churchill with illustrations by Syd by Churchill. Winston. 1871-1947., 1904-01-01
  9. A modern chronicle. by Winston Churchill. illustrated by J. H. G by Churchill. Winston. 1871-1947., 1910-01-01
  10. Richard Carvel. by Winston Churchill. With illustrations by Carl by Churchill. Winston. 1871-1947., 1899-01-01
  11. Richard Carvel by Winston Churchill. by Churchill. Winston. 1871-1947., 1914-01-01
  12. The dwelling-place of light, by Winston Churchill by Winston (1871-1947) Churchill, 1917
  13. Coniston by Churchill Winston 1871-1947, 2010-09-27
  14. A Modern Chronicle by Churchill Winston 1871-1947, 2010-09-29

1. BBC - History - Historic Figures: Winston Churchill (1874 - 1965)
statesman, World War Two prime minister, national hero
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Sir Winston Churchill   Churchill was a politician and wartime prime minister who led Britain to victory in World War Two. Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill was born on 30 November 1874 at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire. His father was the prominent Tory politician, Lord Randolph Churchill. Churchill attended the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, before embarking on an army career. He saw action on the North West Frontier of India and in the Sudan. While working as a journalist during the Boer War he was captured and made a prisoner-of-war before escaping. In 1900, Churchill became Conservative member of parliament for Oldham. But he became disaffected with his party and in 1904 joined the Liberal Party. When the Liberals won the 1905 election, Churchill was appointed undersecretary at the Colonial Office. In 1908 he entered the Cabinet as president of the Board of Trade, becoming home secretary in 1910. The following year he became first lord of the Admiralty. He held this post in the first months of World War One but after the disastrous Dardanelles expedition, for which he was blamed, he resigned. He joined the army, serving for a time on the Western Front. In 1917, he was back in government as minister of munitions. From 1919 to 1921 he was secretary of state for war and air, and from 1924-1929 was chancellor of the exchequer.

2. Churchill, Winston | Odd Books
MP, later to become Prime Minister, son of Randolph. FH helped Winston get his life of his father published and was invited to his wedding. However FH later described him in
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Died: Born: Surname: Churchill Forenames: Winston MP, later to become Prime Minister, son of Randolph . FH helped Winston get his life of his father published and was invited to his wedding. However FH later described him in England or Germany? as an "arriviste ... without reading or genius". Sources: LL
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3. Winston Churchill (1874-1965) British Writer.
(18741965) British writer. The speeches and other writings by Winston Churchill are legendary.
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  • (1874-1965) British writer. The speeches and other writings by Winston Churchill are legendary. As Prime Minister during World War II, he spoke this famous line: "I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and sweat."
    Churchill: The Evidence
    This exploration of the life of Sir Winston Churchill has been created by the National Library of Scotland and the Churchill Archives Centre, and is based on a major exhibition in the National Library of Scotland in the summer of 1999. It uses original documents and photographs to tell the story of one of the twentieth century's most important figures.
    Winston Churchill, the Remarkable Hero
    "Winston Churchill was a remarkable man. He was born in 1874 in Blenhiem Palace in Oxfordshire, England. When he was fifteen his father offered him to join the army." Free Classic Literature Newsletter!

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    6. Winston Churchill - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Sir Winston Leonard SpencerChurchill, KG, OM, CH, TD, PC, DL, FRS (30 November 1874 – 24 January 1965) was a British politician and statesman known for his leadership of the
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    The Churchill Centre was created to keep the memory of Winston Churchill alive. This site covers his life, including when he was Prime Minister of Great Britain during World War Two

    9. Sir Winston Churchill (prime Minister Of United Kingdom) -- Britannica Online En
    Facts about Churchill, Winston, as discussed in Britannica Compton's Encyclopedia Churchill, Winston Facts about Churchill, Winston, as discussed in Britannica's Elementary
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    10. The Crossing
    Etext of Churchill s novel.
    Churchill, Winston. The Crossing
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    Browse consumer ratings, consumer reviews, and consumer opinions of Lady Astor to Churchill Winston, if you were my husband I would flavour your coffee with poison.

    12. Churchill, Winston
    The Rt Hon. Sir Winston Churchill; Prime Minister of the United Kingdom; Periods in Office May 10, 1940 to July 27, 1945 October 26, 1951 to April 7, 1955
    Churchill, Winston
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    The Rt Hon. Sir Winston Churchill Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Periods in Office: May 10, 1940 to
    July 27, 1945
    October 26, 1951 to
    April 7, 1955 PM Predecessors: Neville Chamberlain
    Clement Attlee PM Successors: Clement Attlee
    Anthony Eden Birth: November 30, 1874 Place of Birth: Woodstock,
    Oxfordshire, England Death: January 24, 1965 Place of Death: London Political Party: As PM:Conservative Party (UK)
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    The Right Honorable Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, KG, OM, CH, FRS, PC (November 30, 1874 –January 24, 1965) was a British statesman , best known as prime minister of the United Kingdom during the Second World War . At various times a soldier, journalist, author, and politician, Churchill is generally regarded as one of the most important leaders in British and world history. He won the 1953 Nobel Prize in literature. Churchill's legal surname was Spencer-Churchill, but starting with his father, Lord Randolph Churchill, his branch of the family always used just the name Churchill in public life. Considered reactionary on some issues, such as granting independence to Britain's colonies and at times regarded as a self-promoter who changed political parties to further his career, it was his wartime leadership that earned him iconic status. Some of his peace-time decisions, such as restoring the Gold Standard in 1924, were disastrous as was his World War I decision to land troops on the Dardanelles. However, during 1940, when Britain alone opposed Hitler's Nazi Germany in the free world, his stirring speeches inspired, motivated, and uplifted a whole people during their darkest hour. Churchill saw himself as a champion of

    13. Sarah Churchill- Winston Churchill- Lithograph
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    14. Winston Churchill - Biography, The Official Web Site of the Nobel Prize
    Home FAQ Press Contact Us ... Nobel Prize in Literature Winston Churchill - Biography Sort and list Nobel Prizes and Nobel Laureates Create a List All Nobel Prizes Nobel Prize Awarded Organizations Women Nobel Laureates Nobel Laureates and Universities Prize category: Physics Chemistry Medicine Literature Peace Economics
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    The Right Honourable Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill
    Churchill's literary career began with campaign reports: The Story of the Malakand Field Force (1898) and The River War (1899), an account of the campaign in the Sudan and the Battle of Omdurman. In 1900, he published his only novel, Savrola , and, six years later, his first major work, the biography of his father, Lord Randolph Churchill . His other famous biography, the life of his great ancestor, the Duke of Marlborough, was published in four volumes between 1933 and 1938. Churchill's history of the First World War appeared in four volumes under the title of The World Crisis (1923-29); his memoirs of the Second World War ran to six volumes (1948-1953/54). After his retirement from office, Churchill wrote a

    15. Winston Churchill Quote - Any 20 Year-old Who Isn't A Liberal Doesn't Have A Hea
    Quotes by Churchill, Winston. The greatest lesson in life is to know that even fools are right somet Moral of the Work. In war resolution. In defeat defiance.

    16. Churchill, Winston - Astro-Databank, Winston Churchill Horoscope, Born 30 Novemb
    Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Winston Churchill born on 30 November 1874 Woodstock, England,_Winston
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    Jump to: navigation search Winston Churchill natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) Winston Churchill Name Churchill, Winston Gender : M Birthname Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer born on 30 November 1874 at 01:30 (= 01:30 AM ) Place Woodstock, England, Timezone GMT h0w (is standard time) Data source Bio/autobiography Rodden Rating B Astrology data Asc. add Winston Churchill to 'my astro'
    British politician, a descendant of the 1st Duke of Marlborough (1650 to 1722). His father, Lord Randolph, was the second son of the 7th Duke of Marlborough and his mother, the notorious beauty, American-born Lady Jennie Jerome. Winston graduated from military college in 1895 and as a member of the peerage, entered the House of Commons in 1901. Though a member of Parliament he was excluded from the Cabinet until the war came to Britain. In 1940 and 1951 he was elected as Prime Minister of Great Britain until 4/05/1955, when he resigned. One of the greatest statesmen in world history, Churchill is known as the great WW II Prime Minister. Churchill was also a noted speaker, historian, soldier, war reporter and author-biographer. By the age of 57, he was a renowned writer. He wrote a six volume history of WW II which earned him the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953. The same year, he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II.

    17. Churchill, Winston From A Political And Economic Dictionary Of Western Europe, F
    Churchill, Winston from A Political and Economic Dictionary of Western Europe, First Edition. Churchill, Winston summary with 1 pages of research material.

    18. Winston Churchill Criticism
    Churchill, Winston Introduction Winston Churchill 1874-1965 (Full name Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill

    19. Churchill, Winston - Definition Of Churchill, Winston By The Free Online Diction
    Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Winston Churchill British statesman and leader during World War II; received Nobel prize for literature in 1953 (1874-1965), Winston

    20. Jennie Jerome (Lady Randolph Churchill) & Winston Churchill
    Picture, painting background and essay on JohnSinger Sargent. part of Natasha's Internet Art Tour pages
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    The portrait scetch of Lady Randolph Churchill, date unknown by me and then her son Winston Churchill in 1925.
    Jennie Jerome Born 9 January 1854 Brooklyn, New York.Died 28 June 1921 London
    Sargent would have known them from the Marlborough Family
    Duke of Marlborough Family
    Drawing of Jennie Jerome by Sargent from Leslie Anita's "Lady Randolph Churchill: The Story of Jennie Jerome (1969) Scribner and Sons, NYC.
    Drawing of Churchill from John Singer Sargent and the Edwardian Age, by James Lomax and Richard Ormond, an exhibit catalog
    from the Leeds Galleries, 1979. Notes:
    Special thanks to Matt Davies and Stephanie, friends of the JSS Gallery, for sending me notes regarding these image.
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    Forum From: Todd Milligan t m Date: Sat, 23 Oct 2004 Natasha, first and foremost, congrats on a well detailed and informative website!! ( . . .) [It's a] coincidence that you live in Kansas City, Mo. because one of my other favourite paintings is owned by your city-based Hallmark Card Co. (entitled Frankfort Beach, Jamaica) by none other than Sir Winston Churchill who happened to copy 2 famous paintings by JSS. They were Wineglasses (1875) and Ruined Cathedral Arras (1918) - owned at that time by their mutual friend Phillip Sassoon . The copies are remarkably done; worth checking out.

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