Wednesday, April 22, 2015

The Sir Winston Churchill

This is a flash about Sir Winston Churchill's life in some photos 

Winston Churchill
Born in 30 November 1874 in   Woodstock, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom .
Dead in 24 January 1965 in London, United Kingdom .

Winston Curchill

Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, belongs to an aristocratic family which lived in Blenheim Palace in Woodstock. He was the son of Lord Randolph Churchill and Lady Randolph Churchill and the big brother of John Churchill.

Lord and Lady Randolph Churchill

Lord Randolph Churchill, Born in 13 February 1849 in Belgravia, London, and dead in 20 January 1895 in London.
Lady Randolph Churchill (Jennie Jerome), Born on 9 January 1854 in New York, and dead in London in 20 June 1921.

John Churchill, Born on 4 February 1880 in Dublin, Ireland, and dead in 23 February

The lady Jennie Jerome with the little Winston onthe right and  the little John on the left . 

January 24, 1895, the father of Winston died at the age of 46 suffering from syphilis

February 20, 1895, Winston graduated from Sandhurst. It is placed at its request in the 4th Queen's Own Hussars of the Colonel Brabazon at Aldershot camp because he knows that this division will leave for India in 1896

In 1895, after obtaining a commission from the Daily Graphic, He was travelled to Cuba, to participate in Cuban war of independence as a correspondent.

Churchill was transferred to Egypt in 1898, and joining after that a detachment of the 21st Lancers serving in the Sudan.

In 12 October 1899, he obtained a commission to act as war correspondent for the Morning Post, during the Second Boer War between Britain and the Boer republics.

In 1895 He was travelled to Cuba, to fellow officer Reginald Barnes to participate in Cuban war of independence .

12 September 1908 , He married Clementine Hozier and had five children (Diana, Randolf, Sarah, and Mary Frances).
Winston Churchil and Clementine Hozier

Political Career:
Sir Winston Churchill

·        19 February 1910 to 24 October 1911 he was taken a post of aHome Secretary”.

·        6 November 1924 to 4 June 1929, he was taken a post of a “Chancellor of the Exchequer”.

·        9 November1940 to 6 April 1955, he was taken a post of a “Leader of the Conservative Party”.

·        10 May 1940 to 26 July 1945, he was taken a post of a “Prime Minister of the United Kingdom” and he occupied the same office again from 26 October 1951 to 6 April 1955.

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