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Winston Churchill

Winston ChurchillAKA Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill

Born: 30-Nov-1874
Birthplace: Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, England
Died: 24-Jan-1965
Location of death: London, England
Cause of death: Stroke
Remains: Buried, St. Martin Churchyard, Bladon, Oxfordshire, England

Gender: Male
Religion: Anglican/Episcopalian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Head of State

Nationality: England
Executive summary: WWII Prime Minister of England

Military service: British Army

Father: Lord Randolph Churchill (politician, b. 13-Feb-1849, d. 24-Jan-1895)
Mother: Jeanette Jerome ("Jennie")
Brother: John Strange Churchill (b. 9-Feb-1880)
Wife: Clementine Ogilvy Hozier (m. 12-Sep-1908)
Daughter: Diana Churchill (b. 11-Jul-1909, d. 1963)
Son: Randolph Frederick Edward Churchill (b. 28-May-1911)
Daughter: Sarah Churchill (b. 7-Oct-1914)
Daughter: Marigold Frances Churchill (b. 15-Nov-1918)
Daughter: Mary Churchill (b. 15-Sep-1922)

    High School: Harrow School
    University: Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (1895)
    Administrator: University of Bristol

    UK Prime Minister (1951-55)
    UK Minister of Defence (1951-52)
    UK Member of Parliament for Woodford (1945-64)
    Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports (1941-65)
    UK Prime Minister (1940-45)
    UK Minister of Defence (1940-45)
    Chancellor of the Exchequer (1924)
    UK Member of Parliament for Epping (1924-45)
    UK Secretary of State for the Colonies (1921-22)
    UK Minister of Munition (1917-19)
    Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1915)
    UK Home Secretary (1910-11)
    UK Member of Parliament for Dundee (1908-22)
    UK Member of Parliament for Manchester North West (1906-08)
    UK Member of Parliament for Oldham (1900-06)
    Athenaeum Club (London)
    Carlton Club
    Conservative Party (UK)
    Freemasonry Studholme Lodge, London (1901)
    Pilgrims Society
    Nobel Prize for Literature (1953)
    Congressional Gold Medal
    Knight of the British Empire
    Kentucky Colonel
    Time Person of the Year 1940
    Time Person of the Year 1949
    Sonning Prize 1950
    Taken Prisoner of War
    Traveled to the USSR Aug-1942
    Traveled to the USSR 9-Oct-1944
    Traveled to the USSR Yalta Conference (Feb-1945)
    Hitler's Bunker
    Hernia Operation (11-Jun-1947)
    Stroke (Jun-1953)
    Stroke (15-Jan-1965)
    Naturalized US Citizen 1963 (honorary)
    Huguenot Ancestry
    Risk Factors: Depression, Smoking, Dyslexia, Obesity, Stuttering, Appendicitis

    Ethos (10-Feb-2011) · Himself
    Tunisian Victory (16-Mar-1944) · Himself

Appears on the cover of:
Life, 21-May-1945, DETAILS: Part I of a close-up

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