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    Winston Churchill

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    Winston Churchill was a legendary orator‚ a prolific writer‚ an earnest artist‚ and a long-term British statesman. Yet Churchill‚ who twice served the as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom‚ is best remembered as the tenacious and forthright war leader that led his country against the seemingly undefeatable Nazis during World War II. Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill was born in 1874‚ at his grandfather’s home‚ Blenheim Palace in Marlborough‚ England. His father‚ Lord Randolph Churchill

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    Winston Churchill Introduction In this report I will be profiling Winston Churchill‚ I chose Winston Churchill because when I think of a leader (political or otherwise) Churchill always springs to mind. In this report I will be identifying and examining the the different traits that Winston Churchill has displayed and differentiate between them as to whether they are traits of a leader or of a manager. Winston Churchill was born in Woodstock‚ England in 1874 to a wealthy aristocratic

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    Biography of Winston Churchill The Right Honourable Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (1874-1965)‚ the son of Lord Randolph Churchill and an American mother‚ was educated at Harrow and Sandhurst. After a brief but eventful career in the army‚ he became a Conservative Member of Parliament in 1900. He held many high posts in Liberal and Conservative governments during the first three decades of the century. At the outbreak of the Second World War‚ he was appointed First Lord of the Admiralty -

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    Winston Churchill had many major influences on Europe and the United States‚ especially during World War II. He served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom two different times. Born and raised in Ireland‚ Winston Churchill grew up to be a major figure in history‚ on the account of the efforts and effects he had on the Second World War. He not only aided the European war efforts‚ but also the American efforts‚ and thus caused many points of World War II. Winston Churchill was born in Dublin

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    this weight was bestowed upon the shoulders of two memorable individuals. By and large Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt can be labelled as beacons of democracy and leaders of the free world in their time. Winston Churchill‚ the son of Lord Randolph Churchill‚ became an officer in the 4th cavalry in 1894. Between 1895 and 1899 he served in Cuba‚ India and South Africa as a reporter. Churchill entered politics in 1900 and held many government posts until he was appointed First Lord

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    Winston Churchill-a Hero

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    Winston Churchill-A Hero Heroes are people who help others despite their own health and wellness. Discipline‚ Fortitude and Dedication are traits important in heroes‚ because discipline (an orderly mind) is necessary for achieving mental peace and having a clear head for difficult situations. Fortitude is the mental strength needed to go through emotional times without breaking and dedication is necessary for reaching any goal. Furthermore‚ one hundred percent effort is the only thing that will

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    Winston Churchill Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill was born on November 30‚ 1874 ("Winston Churchill Biography"). He grew up in Dublin‚ Ireland where his father was employed by his grandfather ("Winston Churchill Biography"). Churchill was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and from 1951 to 1955 (Draper‚ Ben‚ and Jak Brown). He was the Prime Minister during WWII. He is most recognized for his speeches and his persistence (“Winston Churchill”). He has made a strong impact

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    Winston Churchill once said‚ “Come than‚ let us go forward with our united strength”. Churchill‚ throughout his life‚ not just successfully completed each task that faced him‚ but flourished at it. Including being leader of Great Britain. He was‚ and is‚ the symbol of strength. By using the sources “Sir Winston Churchill Biography: A British Minister’s Life”‚ “Blood‚ Toil‚ Tears‚ and Sweat: Address to Parliament on May 13th‚ 1940”‚ “Excerpt from An essay on the American Contribution and the Democratic

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    Quote Essay Winston Churchill once said‚ “Only a man with no heart would be conservative when he is young; only a man with no brain would be liberal when he is older” and this proved to be very true. Winston Churchill is directly saying that young people are liberals while old people are conservatives. This Quote implies that liberals are not very smart and young people are generally liberal and that conservatives are not very kind and genuine and old people are generally conservative. This Quote

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    Winston Churchill In perhaps his most moving speech during World War II‚ British Prime Minister Winston Churchill delivered this address in the House of Commons on June 18‚ 1940‚ vowing to lead the British people in a fight against the Nazis‚ Winston Churchill’s: Their finest hour‚ rallied the British nation in mounting a formidable defense against the Nazi’s control. Churchill is able to do this through his tone‚ organization and syntax. Winston Churchill was perhaps one of the greatest public

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