Explore W Churchill, Winston Churchill and more!

Explore related topics

Does that speech not remind you of Trump- when the press report facts he calls it fake news and tries to control the newspapers in his favour!

Does that speech not remind you of Trump- when the press report facts he calls it fake news and tries to control the newspapers in his favour!

20 month old Winston Churchill, grandson of the Prime Minister was sent to the countryside during the war, he is pictured on a visit with his mother during a lull in the bombing. June 5, 1942. London. [685 x 942]

20 month old Winston Churchill, grandson of the Prime Minister was sent to the countryside during the war, he is pictured on a visit with his mother during a lull in the bombing. June 5, 1942. London. [685 x 942]

Winston Churchill II, grandson of Britain's Prime Minister Winston Churchill, returns to bomb-free London for a visit with his mother, 1942 ~

Las mujeres no deben votar por sus deficiencias psicológicas y fisiológicas, decía un eminente científico

Las mujeres no deben votar por sus deficiencias psicológicas y fisiológicas, decía un eminente científico

Winston Churchill as a Conservative candidate for Oldham in 1899, the first to be fought by the future Prime Minister.

Winston Churchill as a Conservative candidate for Oldham in 1899, the first to be fought by the future Prime Minister.

Google Image Result for http://cache2.allpostersimages.com/p/LRG/30/3012/IU8BF00Z/posters/winston-churchill-british-prime-minister-with-wife-clementine-churchill-about-to-board-a-train.jpg

Google Image Result for http://cache2.allpostersimages.com/p/LRG/30/3012/IU8BF00Z/posters/winston-churchill-british-prime-minister-with-wife-clementine-churchill-about-to-board-a-train.jpg

King George VI and his wife in 1940 with Winston Churchill, who ordered the BBC to cut stammers and pauses out of the monarch's speeches because the king suffered from stuttering.

Revealed: How Churchill ordered BBC to remove King George VI's stutters in recorded wartime speeches

King George VI and his wife in 1940 with Winston Churchill, who ordered the BBC to cut stammers and pauses out of the monarch's speeches because the king suffered from stuttering.

Pinterest
Search