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Winston Churchill ( 1874 - 1965)



Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill was born on 30 November 1874 at Blenheim Palace in
Oxfordshire. His father was the prominent Tory politician, Lord Randolph Churchill. Churchill attended the Royal Military College,
Sandhurst, before embarking on an army career. He saw action on the North West Frontier of India and in the Sudan. While working as a
journalist during the Boer War he was captured and made a
prisoner-of-war before escaping.
In 1900, Churchill became Conservative member of parliament for Oldham. But he became disaffected with his party and in 1904 joined the Liberal Party. When the Liberals won the
1905 election, Churchill was appointed undersecretary at the Colonial
Office. In 1908 he entered the Cabinet as president of the Board of
Trade, becoming home secretary in 1910. The following year he became first lord of the Admiralty. He held this post in the first months of
World War One but after the disastrous Dardanelles expedition, for
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