The savior of Britain during the World War II! Know Winston Churchill and his achievements as a Prime Minister, army officer, and writer!

The savior of Britain during the World War II! Know Winston Churchill and his achievements as a Prime Minister, army officer, and writer!

Facts of Winston Churchill

Full Name: Winston Churchill
Age: 147 years 10 months
Birth Date: November 30, 1874
Horoscope: Sagittarius
Lucky Number: 5
Lucky Stone: Turquoise
Lucky Color: Orange
Best Match for Marriage: Leo, Aquarius
Death Date: January 24, 1965
Birth Place: Blenheim Palace, UK
Father's Name: Lord Randolph Churchill
Mother's Name: Lady Randolph Churchill
Marital Status: Not Known
Gender: male
Profession: politician, army officer, and writer
Nationality: British
Hair Color: Grey
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The aristocratic beginnings

Winston Churchill was a famous statesman of the UK who was responsible for some of the major decisions that involved the British Empire before World War II. He is considered a leader who saved his country during this War. He was born on 30 November 1874 in Blenheim Palace which was the residence of his grandfather who was the Duke of Marlborough.

Winston Churchill(Source: Spiegel Online)

Winston Churchill’s father was Lord Randolph Churchill and his mother Jennie Jerome was the daughter of an American financier. His childhood lacked warmth and it is said that his relations with his father were cold and distant while with his mother he was very close.

He studied at famous English public schools and later joined the army which was his long-cherished dream. In school, he had a minor speech impairment. He graduated in 1894.

Churchill’s political career and achievements

Winston Churchill served the army for many years. He fought for the British Empire and had been to various places of the world for it. He used to write during this time and was a military journalist as well. At the turn of the century in 1900, Churchill fought in the elections and won a Conservative seat in Oldham. For the next 29 years, he held various posts in the British Parliament.

Winston Churchill as an army officer(Source: Inc)

In the 1930s, Adolf Hitler had risen to power and had controlled most of Europe. When France along with the UK called on for war against the German Nazis, the PM of UK was Neville Chamberlain. He was felt to be a weak leader and people wanted a more forceful person who could keep Britain safe.

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Hitler was progressively growing powerful and invading the surrounding countries. Hence Churchill who was the First Lord of the Admiralty was selected to be the next PM of the nation. He took charge and at that time he was already 65 years of age. The energy he infused in the army and the country was great and saved the UK from Nazi attack. His power-packed speech made wonders. He said:

“You ask: ‘What is our policy?’ I will say: ‘It is to wage war by sea, land and air, with all our might and with all the strength that God can give us: to wage war against a monstrous tyranny, never surpassed in the dark lamentable catalog of human crime.’ That is our policy. You ask: ‘What is our aim?’ I can answer in one word: ‘Victory! Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be; for without victory there is no survival.’”

Winston Churchill and his victory sign(Source: The Telegraph)

The US too entered the War and Nazi forces were pushed to the wall. This was great news for Churchill and his nation. Churchill could not win the 1945 General Elections but came back with a thumping victory in 1951. His health was taking its toll on him and his working. Hence he decided to retire in 1955.

Churchill’s death

Winston Churchill had led a glorious life and on 24 January 1965, he breathed his last at the ripe old age of 90 and at Hyde Park Gate, London. His daughter Mary wrote:

“I owe you what every Englishman, woman, and child owes you – liberty itself.”

Winston Churchill(Source: Supply Chain 24/7)

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A robotic tour guide named Betty was also trailed at his birthplace in January 2019.

His married life

Winston Churchill was a one-woman and family man. He was married to Clementine and the two had a happy married life. They had five children; Mary, Randolph, Marigold, Diana, and Sarah.

Winston Churchill and family(Source: Daily Mail)

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