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Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, British Prime Minister 1940-5 and 1951-5, Conservative. Born: 30 November 1874 at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire. Died: 24 January 1965 28 Hyde Park Gate, London.
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BBC On This Day: Last farewell to Churchill
News of Sir Winston Churchill’s funeral on 30 January, 1965. The page contains video footage, too.
Churchill Archives Centre
Built at Churchill College to house Sir Winston Churchill's papers in all some 2,200 boxes of letters and documents.
A central point of reference and information about Sir Winston Churchill’s life and legacy.
The Churchill Papers: A catalogue
The Churchill catalogue allows you to search for catalogue descriptions using free text, keyword and date range searching.
The Churchill Society London
Provides information and resources for Sir Winston Churchill.
Churchill: The Evidence
National Library of Scotland's educational and exhibition resource for the life and times of Sir Winston Churchill.
InfoBritain: Winston Churchill
Biographical article with photos of places significant in his life.
Leadership and Change: Prime Ministers in the Post-War World - Winston Churchill
Lecture given by Professor Vernon Bogdanor FBA CBE with a response a response by Philip Ziegler. Full text, audio and video files.
Library of Congress: Churchill and the Great Republic
This exhibition examines the life and career of Winston Spencer Churchill and emphasizes his lifelong links with the United States.
The Life and Times of Winston Churchill
Provided by the US-based Churchill Center and Societies.
Moreorless: Winston Churchill
A short biography and background notes.
National Churchill Museum
Historical information about Churchill and the place where he made his famous 'Iron Curtain' speech. Includes exhibitions, lecture series, visitor information and gift shop, tours and Scholar's Corner. Fulton, Missouri, USA.
Explore the complexity of the man who was soldier, adventurer, politician, author and arguably the greatest Englishman of the 20th century.
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