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Winston Churchill dà da mangiare a due cervi nel parco di Richmond, a Londra, 25 marzo 1963. Churchill era nato nel 1874 e in questa foto aveva 89 anni. (Terry Fincher/Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

British wartime prime minister Winston Churchill - feeds the deer in Richmond Park, accompanied by his private secretary Anthony Montague Brown and personal detective Edmund Murray, March (Photo by Terry Fincher/Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

British politician Winston Churchill (1874 - 1965) smoking a cigar, at his home in Chartwell, Kent.

British politician Winston Churchill - smoking a cigar, at his home in Chartwell, Kent.

Young Winston Churchill and his brother, Jack

Young Winston: Unseen photographs of Churchill as a teenager revealed

The dog changes hands and this time Winston stands and his brother sits. Leaning casually against a pillar he gives the camera a charming smile

Spoken to President Harry S. Truman on Prime Minister Clement Attlee: | 17 Times Winston Churchill Proved He's The Prime Minister Of Burns

Spoken to President Harry S. Truman on Prime Minister Clement Attlee:

17 Times Winston Churchill Proved He's The Prime Minister Of Burns. bahahaha he kills me

The OMG letter. Heard about it on On Point NPR: How we're talking,

OMG! First Use of Abbreviation Found in a 1917 Letter to Winston Churchill

Anna Wintour's Favorite Vogue Images of All Time - Vogue, March 1, 1965 Photographed by Toni Frissell

Anna Wintour's Favorite Vogue Images of All Time

"First Lord of the Admiralty" Vogue, March 1965 Sir Winston Churchill Photographed by Toni Frissell

Winston Churchill - "There is no such thing as public opinion..."

Motivational Posters: Winston Churchill Edition (Part I) (He reminds me of Lionel Barrymore)

1914-1920 --- Original caption: As First Lord of the Admiralty in World War I, Churchill mobilized the British grand fleet without Cabinet a...

Young Winston: Unseen photographs of Churchill as a teenager revealed

Churchill in uniform The original caption read: "As First Lord of the Admiralty in World War I, Churchill mobilized the British grand fleet without Cabinet authority, risking his job.

Inspiration for the Gesture made by the Baroness? Winston Churchill was famed for his 'V for victory' gesture.

Churchill would have been proud! Moment battling Bletchley Park baroness, 89, gave two-finger salute to fellow peer who said WW2 veterans like her looked 'pretty old'

British WWII propaganda poster featuring (the great) Winston Churchill and his speech, "Come then...Let us to the Task, to the Battle and the Toil...."

British WWII propaganda poster featuring Winston Churchill and his speech, "Come then.Let us to the Task, to the Battle and the Toil.

Sir Winston Churchill - "A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty."

LIFE: Famous Figures That Shaped the 20th Century (32 photos)

~~Sir Winston Churchill - "A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.

Winston Churchill in front of his portrait by Graham Sutherland, which he loathed. The portrait was destroyed by Lady Churchill, after her husband's death. She also destroyed a Sickert portrait of her husband...

Depicted in 'The Crown', the occasion in 1954 when Churchill was presented with his portrait - which was later destroyed in what artist Graham Sutherland described as an 'act of criminal vandalism'.

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