Winston Churchill

April 14th, 2014 | Posted in Famous People Biography    
Winston Churchill

Winston Churchill

Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill

Winston Churchill who is prime minister of UK full name was Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill. He was worked as Order of the Garter, Order of Merit, Order of the Companions of Honour, Territorial Decoratio and Deputy Lieutenant. Winston Churchill was a great politician in Britain and he was the prime minister for 2 times for UK from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955. In British army Churchill was great officer and he was a great historian, a good writer and an artist. He was only won the nobel prize for literature in the list of UK prime ministers.

Winston Churchill was born on 30th November 1874 at Woodstock, England, United Kingdom and died on 24th January 1965 at the age of 90 years old in London, England, United Kingdom. His resting place was at St Martin’s Church, Bladon. Churchill earlier life spent in Dublin. One nurse called Mrs Elizabeth Anne Everest appointed to take care of Churchill education like reading, writing and arithmetic. He was called her nurse as “Old Woom”. Together they spent happy hours playing in Phoenix Park. But Churchill was poor academic record in school life. He was studied at 3 schools, they are St. George’s School, Brunswick School and at Harrow School from 17th April 1888.

On 12th September 1980, Churchill was got married with Clementine Hozier, and marriage was held in St. Margaret’s, Westminster. She was given born to 5 children. In the year 1900, he won in the elections as Conservative member of parliament for Oldham. At the time of second world war, Britain declared war on Germany. At this time Churchill was selected as first lord of the Admiralty.

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