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Winston Churchill - A Fascinating Biography of a British Prime Minister That Led Britain Through World War II
Winston Churchill was a man who held a powerful, consistent display of influence in the written word, artistry and important orations in his time. His world-renowned status was a result of his various public roles, military know-how and political prowess.
All of it created a lengthy term of service to the British Crown and a role as an unwavering strategist and leader against the Nazis during World War II. The biographical account you are about to read will not only provide a reminder of what he did in his short life, but will underscore the power of the pen, an independent voice, a strategic mind, a creative rebellious nature, and personal ingenuity…before his world-wide impact took full root.
Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill was born on November 30, 1874. The aristocratic life he was born into had him displaying the characteristics of his father, Lord Randolph Churchill, a statesman of Britain, and of his mother, Jeannie Jerome, a New York born cosmopolitan. Churchill grew up in Dublin, Ireland while his father was employed at the time by his grandfather, John Spencer-Churchill, the 7th Duke of Marlborough.
During the late 1800's, televisions, radios, computers or electronics did not exist. Hardly enjoying any contact with his own father, Winston grew up with various toys and creative “play” to keep busy. Upon being more active his mother hired in...
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