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The Churchill Society
London.

Let us build wisely,
let us build surely,
let us build faithfully,
let us build for the years that are to come,
and so establish here below what we hope to find above-
a house of many mansions,
where there shall be room for all.

Winston Churchill
Dundee, May 4th,1908.

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A Churchill Chronology.

1874.

Born at Blenheim Palace on 30th November 1874.

1888-92.

Educated at Harrow School.

1893-94.

Cadet at Royal Military College, Sandhurst.

1895.

Commissioned in the Fourth Hussars.

 

1896-9.

 

 

Military service in India and the Sudan.

 

1898.

Publishes The Story of the Malakand Field Force.

1899.

Publishes The River War and Savrola.

1891-1900.

War Correspondent in South Africa.

1900.

MP for Oldham.

1900.

Publishes Ian Hamilton's March, and London to Ladysmith.

1904.

Leaves the Conservative Party and joins the Liberals.

1903.

Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies.

1906-8.

 

MP for North-West Manchester.

 

1906.

Publishes Lord Randolph Churchill.

1906.

Publishes My African Journey.

1908.

Marries Clementine Hozier.

 

1908-10.

 

 

President of the Board of Trade.

 

1908-12.

 

MP for Dundee.

 

1910-11.

 

Home Secretary.

 

1911-15.

 

First Lord of the Admiralty.

 

 

1915.

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.

 

1915-16.

On active war service in France.

1917-18.

Minister of Munitions.

 

1919-21.

Secretary of State for War and Air.

 

1921-22.

Secretary of State for the Colonies and bought Chartwell.

1992-24.

Out of Parliament.

1923-31.

Publishes The World Crisis.

1924-29.

Chancellor of the Exchequer.

1924-25.

MP for Epping.

 

1925.

 

Rejoins Conservative Party.

 

1930's.

The Wilderness Years - Life at Chartwell in the 30's.

1930.

Publishes My Early Life.

1932.

Publishes Thoughts and Adventures.

1933-38.

Publishes Marlborough:   His Life and Times.

1937.

Publishes Great Contemporaries.

1939.

Publishes Step by Step.

1939-40.

First Lord of the Admiralty again.

1940-45.

Prime Minister and Minister of Defence.

1945.

I945-51.

Rejected by the elecortate!

Leader of the Opposition.

1945-64.

MP for Woodford.

1946.

Receives the Order of Merit.

1948-54.

Publishes The Second World War.

1951-55.

Prime Minister.

1953.

Appointed a Knight of the Garter.
Awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.

1956-58.

Publishes A History of the English-Speaking Peoples.

1963.

Proclaimed the first Honorary Citizen of the United States.

 

1964.

Celebrates his ninetieth birthday.

1965.

Dies on 24th January.
State Funeral in St Paul's Cathedral.

 

 

...................Ladybird.

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