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Countess of Avon, Clarissa Eden (née Spencer-Churchill)

Countess of Avon, Clarissa Eden (née Spencer-Churchill)

A young Winston Churchill as a war correspondent in Bloemfontein, South Africa some time in late 1899.

Churchill traveled to India, the Sudan, and South Africa as a soldier and war correspondent. Captured during the Boer War, Churchill escaped and became a minor hero back home. He was soon elected to the House of Commons.

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.

Amid the burdens of the war Churchill occasionally found time for diversions and outings. In July 1943, he and Clementine visited the London Zoo, where with one finger he tentatively petted a lion cub.

Amid the burdens of the war Churchill occasionally found time for diversions and outings. In July he and Clementine visited the London Zoo, where with one finger he tentatively petted a lion cub.

Sir Winston Churchill in 1904, when he became Conservative MP for Oldham in 1900. He was 25 years old.

He caroused with West End call girls and proposed to THREE society beauties - who turned him down. A startling portrait of Winston Churchill in his youth

Winston Churchill “"At the beginning of this war megalomania was the only form of sanity.” Sir Winston Churchill held the position of First Lord of the Admiralty at the outbreak of the First World War. From the get-go this ambitious and.

A Canadian Official portrait of Churchill addressing the Canadian Parliament on 30th December 1941. Winston Churchill’s addressed the Canadian Parliament after traveling from Washington. He was on top rhetorical form and the speech became notable for his account of how the French had claimed that Britain was about to have her ‘neck wrung like a chicken’ in the dark days of 1940.

After a successful war summit with Roosevelt, Churchill now addressing Canadian Parliament

President of the Board of Trade Winston Churchill (L) with Chancellor of the Exchequer David Lloyd George (R) - London - 1909

President of the Board of Trade Winston Churchill (L) with Chancellor of the Exchequer David Lloyd George (R) - London - 1909

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