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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'.

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)

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Clementine Churchill

Winston and Clementine Churchill “My darling Clemmie, in your letter from Madras…

THE CHURCHILLS: A FAMILY PORTRAIT BY CELIA LEE AND JOHN LEE

Mistress of a prince, mother of a hero: THE CHURCHILLS BY CELIA LEE AND JOHN LEE

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Standing Desk: Its Benefits and History

Winston Churchill at his stand up desk. Clearly the man was ahead of his time. Good on ya Winston!

President Franklin Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill - most important and most influential men of the 20th century

Russian Army Repels Hitler's Forces: August 1942-January 1943

President Franklin Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill - most important and most influential men of the century

Winston Churchill, candidato tra conservatori ad Oldham nel 1899

1899 Winston Churchill as a Conservative candidate for Oldham, the first to be fought by the future Prime Minister. He was 25 years old.

Cecil Beaton- Winston Churchill au 10 Downing Street, 1941

1941 Prime Minister Winston Churchill at 10 Downing Street, London, England. Photograph by English fashion, portrait and war photographer Cecil Beaton.

Winston Churchill as First Lord of the Admiralty Entering Admiralty House, September 1939.

Winston Churchill as First Lord of the Admiralty Entering Admiralty House, September

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Winston Churchill when he was young and irresponsible, just like the rest of us

21 Sep 38: Winston Churchill warns of the futility of appeasing Adolf Hitler, saying "The belief that security can be obtained by throwing a small state to the wolves is a fatal delusion."

21 Sep Winston Churchill warns of the futility of appeasing Adolf Hitler, saying 'The belief that security can be obtained by throwing a small state to the wolves is a fatal delusion.