winston churchills dad was called Lord Randolph Churchill.
Mr and Mrs Churchill
Winston Churchills favourite colour was as far as i think-WHITE,because he loved peace.
Winston Churchill won the war for Britain.
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill
Winston Churchill was English, he was born in Woodstock, Oxfordshire.
Winston Churchill.His goal was to do whatever he could to be victorous
What are some of Winston Churchills hardship he overcame
Yes they were.
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Winston Churchill's hobbies were reading, writing, painting, and sketching
I think it was poker
yes all of Winston churchill's children were girls
Winston Churchill's mom was Jenny Jerome, an American socialite.
Winston Churchills home in Kent was called Chartwell.
lord randolph churchill
June 29, 1921
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"We shall never surrender"
it was winston churchills idea
winston churchills wife looked like well did he have a wife i dono
V for Victory CC :)
roast beef with Yorkshire pudding
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Diana, Sarah, Marigold, and Mary.
Lord Randolph Churchill and Jenny Jerome.
arty type things like sketching
A large cigar and a glass of whisky.
Winston Churchill was the son of Randolph Churchill and Jennie Jerome (Lord and Lady Randolph Churchill)
Winston Churchill was Prime Minister of Britain during WW2.
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill
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Her maiden name was Jenny Jerome.
The resignation of Neville Chamberlain.
Winston Churchill was a prolific author so he didn't have much time for hobbies but he enjoyed landscape painting.
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Prime minister of Great Britain
Catherine di Medici, Billy Pilgrim, and Hugo Chavez
Prime Minister Churchill FOLLOWED the US's lead.
Do you mean cremation? Churchill was buried, I'm quite certain.
never never never give up
One main bad habbit of Churchill was his chain soking of cigars.
He was Prime Minister of Britain at the time.
Clementine Hozier: they married on September 12, 1908, and had five children.
He called that period his 'wilderness years'. He was a Member of Parliament but not in government.
Churchills most famous speech was known as the Iron Curtain.