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Jennie Jerome (1854-1921) of New York was married in the British Embassy in Paris to Lord Randolph Churchill in 1874. Lord Randolph was the second son of John Winston Spencer-Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough. And the mother of Winston Churchill.

Jennie Jerome of New York was married in the British Embassy in Paris to Lord Randolph Churchill in Lord Randolph was the second son of John Winston Spencer-Churchill, Duke of Marlborough. And the mother of Winston Churchill.

Winston Churchill on his way to his own wedding at St. Margaret's Church on 12…

Winston Churchill Churchill in Morning Dress on His Wedding Day

Pictures of the groom and groomsmen before the wedding: Winston Churchill on his way to his own wedding at St. Margaret's Church on 12 September 1908

Political Leaders, Winston Churchill, Interesting History, Royal Families, Success, Royal House

Sir Winston Churchill (1874 - 1965) with Sir Anthony Eden on the steps of 10 Downing Street, London. Sir Winston guided Great Britain through the crises of WW2, retired as Prime Minister, aged 81, handing over to Anthony Eden on this day 5th  April, 1955

Sir Winston Churchill - with Sir Anthony Eden on the steps of 10 Downing Street, London. Sir Winston guided Great Britain through the crises of retired as Prime Minister, aged handing over to Anthony Eden on this day April, 1955

Sir Winston Churchill's Life In Pictures

Sir Winston Churchill's Life In Pictures

‘Clementine’ tells the little-known story of Winston Churchill’s influential wife

Winston Churchill having his flying helmet removed after arriving at 615 Squadron at Royal Air Force Kenley.   WWII

Winston Churchill having his flying helmet removed after arriving at 615 Squadron at Royal Air Force Kenley. WWII (V)

Winston Churchill and Dwight Eisenhower. Of course Winston would be in his bathrobe...(*giggle*)

NA The Prime Minister Winston Churchill dressed in his siren suit and dressing gown stands beside General Dwight D Eisenhower with General Harold Alexander behind them at his headquarters in Tunis Tunisia on Christmas Day 25 December 1943

“No matter how enmeshed a commander becomes in the elaboration of his own thoughts, it is sometimes necessary to take the enemy into account.”    Winston Churchill

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“Politics are almost as interesting as war and quite as dangerous. In war you can only be killed once, but in politics – many times.” Winston Churchill British politician and statesman

"Even when Churchill turned in for the night at 2 am, his secretaries’ work was not yet finished. They had to type up his dictations so they ..."

The Libraries of 15 Famous Men

You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life. | I Like To Waste My Time

WINSTON CHURCHILL - "Radio Communicator" - became Britain's prime minister on the May His frequent radio communications made him the most-recognized voice of the BBC during the war years.

Postcard of Charlie at the Premiere of “City Lights” at London’s Dominion Theatre, 27th February 1931.  Winston Churchill is on the right.

The Nostalgia Postcard Feb 1931 Charlie Chaplin Listing in the Actors & Actresses,People,Postcards,Collectables Category on eBid United Kingdom

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