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What had Winston Churchill done to acclaim and respect over Britain?
What had Winston Churchill done to win acclaim and respect in Britain and the US before he gave his iron curtain speech in Missouri?
He served as Prime Minister for Britain during World War II
Great Britain was unsatisfied with the efforts of the previous Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain. Winston Churchill, who had a reputation as someone who knew the dangers of …the Nazis was Great Britain's next choice for Prime Minister.
Answer Yes. Sir Winston Churchill enjoyed many different types of cigars and was said to smoke approximately 10 cigars a day (or 250,000 during his lifetime)…. He was especially fond of large maduro cigars.. The Romeo Y Julieta brand was introduced by Alvarez y Garcia in 1875 and was later sold to "Pepin" Fernandez Rodriguez in 1903. Making a large selection of personalized cigar bands and styles for famous people of the era; it is he, Rodriguez, who is credited with the introduction of "The Churchill" cigar which measured 7" long with a ring gauge of 47. This cigar can still be obtained today in Cuba from the Romeo Y Julieta factory; is sold in tubes with a red & gold band and has a superb aroma with vanilla, coffee, tropicalfruit, wood, cocoa, nuts, herbs and floral flavours.
Winston Churchill was the prime minister of Britain since 1940 to 1945
Winston Churchill was the most powerful person in Britain because of the role he had, He was the Prime Minister of England, he was high in military forces and also he was the …only person in England who notices Hitler rise as the Nazis invaded Norway, Poland etc which was a point, he graduated from military schools, he had experience of war which is why he is the powerful weapon of England. He had the knowledge, the power, the quotes, the persuasion for the USA to participate which made the Allies win the WW2 and defeat Hitler
Churchill became British Prime Minister on May 10th 1940. In 1951 he was re elected PM after Attlee.
He was made a knight of the realm by Queen Elizabeth II in 1953
Winston Churchill was Prime Minister from 10 May 1940- 26 July 1945 and then re-elected from 26 October 1951 until 7 April 1955.
I think you mean CHURCHILL. Sir Winston Churchill was Prime Minister of the U.K. during WW2. For the first two years of the war, he led Britain as essentially th…e only country strongly resisting the Nazis. He formed a close bond with FDR, and made significant use of that political and personal friendship when the U.S. entered the war in December 1941. There are dozens of excellent books about Churchill - just go to your local library and ask at the reference desk. World War 2 started on 1 September 1939. Winston Churchill didn't become Prime Minister until 10 May 1940. Neville Chamberlain was his predecessor.
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill was born in Blenheim, England on the 30th November 1874. Winston Churchill was from England and was born in 1874, in Oxfordshire
Winston Churchill (1874-1965) was an award-winning author, a politician who was twice prime minister, and an army officer who fought in India and in World War I. Timeline o…f Churchill's life: 1895 Churchill is commissioned into the 4th Hussars. 1896 As a young cavalry officer Churchill is posted to India 1897 Winston becomes involved with the Malakand Field force fighting local tribesmen on the North west frontier 1898 Churchill takes part in a regimental cavalry charge with the 21st Lancers in the Sudan 1899 visits South Africa as a journalist covering the Boer War. Here captured but escapes. Commissioned into the South African Light Horse. 1900 Upon his return to Britain he is elected to parliament as a Conservative MP 1904 Leaves the Conservatives to join the Liberals 1905 Winston becomes Under Secretary of State for the Colonies 1908 Churchill is becomes President of the Board of Trade. 1911 Churchill is becomes the First Lord of the Admiralty for the first time 1915 Winston resigns from the Cabinet and rejoins the army 1916 Churchill leads the men of the 6th Battalion Royal Scots fusiliers in the trenches of France. Later resumes his political career 1917 Churchill becomes as Minister for Munitions 1919 Winston becomes Secretary of State for War and Air 1921 Churchill becomes Colonial Secretary 1924 Is reelected to parliament as a conservative and is made the Chancellor of the Exchequer 1939 Britain declares war on Germany - and reinstalls Churchill as First Lord of the Admiralty 1940 He becomes Prime Minister Prime Minister leading Britain through the times of Dunkirk, the Battle of Britain and the Blitz 1942 Churchill meets with Stalin and Roosevelt, approving the policy of saturation bombing of German cities. 1945 After Victory in Europe Churchill's government looses in the general election. 1946 Churchill gives his "Iron Curtain" speech in Missouri 1951 Winston Churchill becomes Prime minister again 1953 Churchill wins the Nobel Prize for Literature 1955 Winston resigns as Prime Minister 1964 Churchill leaves the House of Commons 1965 24th January - Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill dies in London Winston had 1 son and 5 girls
He was the Prime minister from may 10th 1940-1945 then was voted off because Churchill was more of a war leader than a peace leader. then in October 1951 he became prime minis…ter once again but he could never relive the glory days.
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill he was conservative prime minister of Britain on two occasions once 1940-1945 and again in 1951-1955, the only prime minister to serve tw…ice. He was an officer in the army, a politician, writer, historian and artist. He won the Nobel prize in literature, and is widely regarded as the greatest prime minister in British history
Because he gave inspirational speeches to the British people and convinced them that Britain would eventually win the war when many people believed that it couldn't be done.
Because Neville Chamberlain resigned.
In World War 2
Answer . It was Churchill's sheer force of will that saw Britain through the dark days of 1940. After the loss of the BEF in Europe, and then Dunkirk, Churchill would stil…l not think about treating with Hitler. He realized that Hitler was evil incarnate. \nFurthermore, Churchill also knew that to maintain the British Empire, it had to be from a position of strength. If Britain had sued for peace, then India would surely have rebelled and left. Other elements of the British Empire would have followed. \nChurchill also fostered a very close friendship with FDR. This would turn out to be very advantageous throughout the war