Winston Churchill

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Thoroughbred racehorse owner

Horses owned
 

Chivalric Order Member

Belongs to Order
 

Family member

Family
Spencer-Churchill family
 

Titled Person

Honorary Title
Sir
 

Person

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Employment history
Height
1.73 m (1.89 yd)
Education
Royal Military Academy Sandhurst
Profession
Quotations
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Date of birth
1874-11-30
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Public speaker

Speeches or presentations
Blood, toil, tears, and sweat (World War II, Address to parliament)
We shall fight on the beaches (World War II, Address to parliament)
This was their finest hour (World War II, Address to parliament)
Never was so much owed by so many to so few (World War II, Address to parliament)
 

Nobel Prize Winner

Nobel Honor
"for his mastery of historical and biographical description as well as for brilliant oratory in defending exalted human values" (1953, Nobel Prize in Literature, History)
 

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Context name

Nickname
The British Bulldog
Winnie
Official name
Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill
 

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Person
Assessment
Leader of Britain and the Allies during the Second World War, he stood as a symbol of the free world. He was also an acclaimed writer, soldier, and painter
Category
politics and government
Disciplines
author
statesman
war leader
Connections from
winston churchill rejected advice of john maynard keynes (John Maynard Keynes)
winston churchill disliked charles andre joseph marie de gaulle (Charles de Gaulle)
winston churchill mistrusted stalin (Joseph Stalin)
Connections to
john maynard keynes opposed economics of winston churchill (John Maynard Keynes)
alcock and brown received prize from winston churchill (Alcock and Brown)
thomas edward lawrence adviser to winston churchill (T. E. Lawrence)
Has sentences
Born into an aristocratic family, Churchill graduated from the Royal Military College at 21, spent two months as a war correspondent in Cuba, then went with his regiment to India, where he served as soldier and journalist on the North-West Frontier. (Details)
In 1899, he joined Lord Kitchener's expedition to the Nile, also as soldier and correspondent. (Details)
He then went to South Africa, to take part in and provide on-the-spot coverage of the Boer War. (Details)
 

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Name source

Things named after this
Churchill Archives Centre
Churchill College Boat Club
 

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Deceased Person

Place of burial
Date of death
1965-01-24
Place of death
Cause of death
 

Visual Artist

Artworks
A Room at Breccles, Norfolk
A Storm over Cannes
A Study of Boats
Art Forms
 

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Literature Subject

Works Written About This Topic
 

Military Person

Participated in conflicts
 

Military Commander

Military Commands
 

Politician

Government Positions Held
Party
Conservative Party (1900, 1904)
Liberal Party (1904, 1924)
Conservative Party (1924, 1964)
 

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