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Churchill 1963

Churchill 1963

10 Interesting Facts about Winston Churchill

10 Interesting Facts about Winston Churchill

A rare Copeland Spode Winston Churchill pitcher. http://www.rosettabooks.com/author/winston-churchill/

A rare Copeland Spode Winston Churchill pitcher. http://www.rosettabooks.com/author/winston-churchill/

Winston Churchill in India in 1896.  Here he was serving as part of the 4th Queen’s Hussars.  Winston had quite some military experience. After graduation from the Royal Military College of Sandhurst, Churchill went on to join the Hussars. He would also act as a war correspondent and would change between the roles of soldier and writer. From India to the Sudan and South Africa. Winston got to witness war first hand.

Winston Churchill in India in 1896. Here he was serving as part of the 4th Queen’s Hussars. Winston had quite some military experience. After graduation from the Royal Military College of Sandhurst, Churchill went on to join the Hussars. He would also act as a war correspondent and would change between the roles of soldier and writer. From India to the Sudan and South Africa. Winston got to witness war first hand.

The Ninefold Path to Suit Enlightenment| The Rake

The Ninefold Path to Suit Enlightenment| The Rake

Winston Churchill outside the White House with Roosevelt emissary Harry Hopkins and his daughter, Diana, and Fala, the president’s Scotch terrier.

Winston Churchill outside the White House with Roosevelt emissary Harry Hopkins and his daughter, Diana, and Fala, the president’s Scotch terrier.

Winston Churchill by Mark Kaufmann, 1950. "Remember gentlemen, it's not France were fighting for, its Champagne!"

Winston Churchill by Mark Kaufmann, 1950. "Remember gentlemen, it's not France were fighting for, its Champagne!"

Winston Churchill at the funeral of Dudley Pound

Winston Churchill at the funeral of Dudley Pound

schlieffen:    “Canadian Prime Minister Robert Borden and Winston Churchill (then First Lord of the Admiralty) in 1912. Location unknown.” (Bibliothèque nationale de France)

schlieffen: “Canadian Prime Minister Robert Borden and Winston Churchill (then First Lord of the Admiralty) in 1912. Location unknown.” (Bibliothèque nationale de France)

King George VI and his wife in 1940 with Winston Churchill, who ordered the BBC to cut stammers and pauses out of the monarch's speeches because the king suffered from stuttering.

Revealed: How Churchill ordered BBC to remove King George VI's stutters in recorded wartime speeches

King George VI and his wife in 1940 with Winston Churchill, who ordered the BBC to cut stammers and pauses out of the monarch's speeches because the king suffered from stuttering.

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