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English general considered one of the greatest generals in history (1650-1722)

British statesman and leader during World War II

a Canadian town in northern Manitoba on Hudson Bay

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Yet the Churchills, in fact, had been concerned about Prohibition when they left Canada.
By late that afternoon or early evening, the Churchills reached the mansion of banker William H.
On September 13 the Churchills continued south to the palatial San Simeon estate of fabled publisher William Randolph Hearst, where they stayed four nights and Hearst's wife, Millicent, presided as hostess.
Winston and Clementine, The Personal Letters of the Churchills (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1999), 344.
Although Churchill referred briefly to the slopes of the Rockies, he was, after all, really discussing California.
A recollection of the trip is in John Spencer Churchill's A Churchill Canvas (Boston: Little, Brown, 1961), hereafter cited as John Churchill, Canvas.
Pilpel, Churchill in America, 1895-1961, An Affectionate Portrait (New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976) is a lively book about Churchill's many U.
Churchill to William Crocker, 29 July 1929, in Gilbert, Companion, 30.
For Churchill as an author, see Manfred Weidhorn, Sword and Pen, A Survey of the Writings of Sir Winston Churchill (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1974), esp.
WSC's grandson], The Great Republic, A History of America, Sir Winston Churchill (New York: Random House, 1999).
Churchill Revised, A Critical Assessment (New York: Dial Press, 1969), esp.
Churchill had certainly met civic and political leaders and tried to sway opinion toward Anglo-American partnership.
SHIFT has a proven track record and clearly understands the vital role that the Churchill Club plays in Silicon Valley and beyond," said Raymond Nasr, President of The Churchill Club.
The Churchill Club is Silicon Valley's premier business and technology forum.
The official biography of Winston Churchill began in 1961 under the leadership of Churchill's son, Randolph, and Sir Martin Gilbert, who for several years was the Grewcock Distinguished Fellow in History at Hillsdale College.