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Q: Why did Winston Churchill go into World War 2?
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Who is churchill Winston?

I think you mean CHURCHILL. Sir Winston Churchill was Prime Minister of the U.K. during WW2. For the first two years of the war, he led Britain as essentially the only country strongly resisting the Nazis. He formed a close bond with FDR, and made significant use of that political and personal friendship when the U.S. entered the war in December 1941. There are dozens of excellent books about Churchill - just go to your local library and ask at the reference desk. World War 2 started on 1 September 1939. Winston Churchill didn't become Prime Minister until 10 May 1940. Neville Chamberlain was his predecessor.


Was Winston Churchill prime minister in World War 1?

Yes. Churchill was the First Lord of the Admiralty, the civilian head of the Royal Navy. As such he championed the Gallipoli campaign in Turkey, which ended in disaster. As a result he had to resign from the Admiralty. Churchill had been educated at Sandhurst, the British equivalent of West Point. He obtained a commission as a battalion commander and went to France and served in the trenches for about a year. Then he became Minister of Munitions, a different cabinet position, overseeing production of the vast amounts of war materials and equipment necessary. Few men contributed more to the war effort than Churchill.