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A las 11.15 h. del tres de septiembre de 1939, el primer ministro británico, Neville Chamberlain, se dirigió por radio a la nación para anunciar que estaban en guerra con Alemania. De inmediato comenzaron a sonar las sirenas. Winston Churchill y su esposa no sólo presenciaron este acontecimiento, sino que serían de los prim eros en prepararse para entrar en un refugio antiaéreo...

A las 11.15 h. del tres de septiembre de 1939, el primer ministro británico, Neville Chamberlain, se dirigió por radio a la nación para anunciar que estaban en guerra con Alemania. De inmediato comenzaron a sonar las sirenas. Winston Churchill y su esposa no sólo presenciaron este acontecimiento, sino que serían de los prim eros en prepararse para entrar en un refugio antiaéreo...

Royal Mail - Winston Churchill 1st Class Postage Stamp. 1968

A First Class Royal Mail Stamp featuring Winston Churchill. Part of the 'Influential Prime Ministers' Series. Released (This is the best of the lot I think)

A través de las peripecias vitales y espirituales de Cipriano Salcedo, Delibes traza con mano maestra un vivísimo retrato del Valladolid de la época de Carlos V, de sus gentes, sus costumbres y sus paisajes. En 1517, Martín Lutero fijó sus noventa y cinco tesis contra las indulgencias en la puerta de la iglesia de Wittenberg, hecho que desencadenaría el cisma de la Iglesia Romana de Occidente y la Reforma protestante.

A través de las peripecias vitales y espirituales de Cipriano Salcedo, Delibes traza con mano maestra un vivísimo retrato del Valladolid de la época de Carlos V, de sus gentes, sus costumbres y sus paisajes. En 1517, Martín Lutero fijó sus noventa y cinco tesis contra las indulgencias en la puerta de la iglesia de Wittenberg, hecho que desencadenaría el cisma de la Iglesia Romana de Occidente y la Reforma protestante.

About the photo: c1951, photograph of sculptor, Oscar Nemon, posing with Churchill's sculpted bust of Nemon, standing in front of Nemon' bust of Churchill. Although Nemon successfully fled Nazi persecution before the war, much of his family was not so fortunate. Nemon greatly admired Churchill, calling him "one of the most remarkable personalities of all time." Churchill Archives Centre, The Nemon Papers, NEMO 4/3b

Jerusalem Foundation to Honor Sir Winston Churchill November 2012

TIME Magazine Cover: Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard M. Nixon -- Nov. 10, 1952

Discover what the world looked like on Monday, 10 November 1952 on Takemeback. Which were the top Hits and the most popular Movies?

Joseph Chamberlain - He was instrumental in recognising the need to treat the "new" tropical diseases being brought back by travellers and sailors from the colonies. With Chamberlain's support, Patrick Manson founded the world's first medical facility dedicated to tropical medicine in 1899. The London School of Tropical Medicine was located in Albert Dock Seamen's Hospital, which itself had opened in 1890 and would later become known as the Hospital for Tropical Diseases. It continues to…

Joseph Chamberlain, Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamberlain July 1836 – 2 July was a British politician and statesman. Unlike most major politicians of the time, he was a self-made businessman who had not attended university.

Neville Chamberlain was British prime minister as England entered World War II and was known for his policy of 'appeasement' toward Adolf Hitler. Learn about the hard choices he faced on Biography.com.

Neville Chamberlain was British prime minister as England entered World War II and was known for his policy of 'appeasement' toward Adolf Hitler. Learn about the hard choices he faced on Biography.com.

PRIME MINISTER NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN : 1938

PRIME MINISTER NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN : 1938

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