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British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and his daughter Mary Churchill walking in the garden of their residence during the Potsdam Conference, Germany, 23 Jul 1945; note British Scots Guards regiment honor guard. Source - United States National Archives

British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and his daughter Mary Churchill walking in the garden of their residence during the Potsdam Conference, Germany, 23 Jul 1945; note British Scots Guards regiment honor guard. Source - United States National Archives

M. et Mme Winston Churchill à leur descente de train à l'anse au Foulon, à l'occasion de la deuxième conférence du Québec

M. et Mme Winston Churchill à leur descente de train à l'anse au Foulon, à l'occasion de la deuxième conférence du Québec

Churchill Becomes Prime Minister. On May 10, 1940.  He was to lead the English people through the most terrible time in their history and was to go down as one of England's greatest war leaders.

Churchill Becomes Prime Minister. On May 10, 1940. He was to lead the English people through the most terrible time in their history and was to go down as one of England's greatest war leaders.

The Prime Minister Winston Churchill meets infantrymen manning a coast defence position near Hartlepool on 31 July 1940.

The Prime Minister Winston Churchill meets infantrymen manning a coast defence position near Hartlepool on 31 July 1940.

10/5/2015 Oggi è il 75° anniversario della nomina di Winston Churchill a Primo Ministro del Regno Unito. Churchill ispeziona i soldati della Home Guard.

10/5/2015 Oggi è il 75° anniversario della nomina di Winston Churchill a Primo Ministro del Regno Unito. Churchill ispeziona i soldati della Home Guard.

The state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill KG, London, 30 Jan 1965

The state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill KG, London, 30 Jan 1965

Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill visits the crew at the HMS George V, one of Britain's most formidable battleships during World War II. Carrying the flag of Admiral John Tovey, the HMS King George V played a crucial part in the sinking of the Bismarck.

Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill visits the crew at the HMS George V, one of Britain's most formidable battleships during World War II. Carrying the flag of Admiral John Tovey, the HMS King George V played a crucial part in the sinking of the Bismarck.

Battle-hardened: Standing alongside General Montgomery, Churchill speaks to British troops in the city of Caen, France, in July 1944 shortly after operations Goodwood and Atlantic saw British and Canadian forces take the town from the Germans

Churchill as you've never seen him before: Rare pictures of former PM from a young man to his state funeral released to mark 50th anniversary of his death

Battle-hardened: Standing alongside General Montgomery, Churchill speaks to British troops in the city of Caen, France, in July 1944 shortly after operations Goodwood and Atlantic saw British and Canadian forces take the town from the Germans

The Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, with his chiefs of staff in the garden of No. 10 Downing Street, London, 7 May 1945. Left to right: Air Chief Marshal Sir Charles Portal; Field Marshal Sir Alan Brooke; Winston Churchill, the Prime Minister; and Admiral Sir Andrew Cunningham.

The Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, with his chiefs of staff in the garden of No. 10 Downing Street, London, 7 May 1945. Left to right: Air Chief Marshal Sir Charles Portal; Field Marshal Sir Alan Brooke; Winston Churchill, the Prime Minister; and Admiral Sir Andrew Cunningham.

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