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Obituary of Sir Martin Gilbert »

Saturday Feb 21st’s Globe and Mail. Hugh Segal is quoted and identified with CSAPD.

Churchill: A Life on Film- Video archives- British Pathe »

Sir Winston Churchill dominated 20th century politics and in 2002 was named the greatest Briton of all time. During this time British Pathé’s cameras provided the world with a unique, visual insight into his character.

9 Things you (probably) didn’t know about Winston Churchill »

History Extra

[Video] Boris Johnson “The Churchill Factor” »

Fifty years after Churchill’s death, the leader’s actions continue to shape the world. In his survey of this multi-talented politician, military strategist, and writer, Johnson, the mayor of London since 2008 and himself a former journalist and author of the inimitable Johnson’s Life of London, argues that history can be made by strong individuals not impersonal forces.

Announcement: “Chasing Churchill” In Cuba on S/C Panorama Hosted by Celia Sandys & Hal Klepak- 4th-14th February 2015 »

The cruise tour will be hosted by Celia Sandys, who accompanied her grandfather, Sir Winston Churchill, on some of his later travels. Navigating the waters of Cuba to retrace Sir Winston’s steps from his visits in 1895 and 1946 we will bring a unique experience to those people lucky enough to join on this exciting educational trip.

The Churchill Bookshelf By John Plumpton »

It would require a long lifetime to read all the books about Winston Churchill but these books provide an overview of the diversity of a remarkable life. A preferred reading list is a very personal thing but there can be much fun and edification in challenging some of these titles and inserting one’s own choices. Books are listed in alphabetical order by author with additions of other books that will enhance the chosen title.

Announcement : A secret encounter that shaped world history

Article on Globe and Mail by Andrew Caddell and Peter Russell


Please be advised that The Lady Soames, Winston Churchill’s last surviving child, Lady Companion of the Order of the Garter and Patron of the Churchill Society for the Advancement of Parliamentary Democracy passed away in London on May 31st t at the age of 91. Lady Soames was a good friend of our Society and spoke at our Annual Dinners in 1987 and 1993. For all who met and knew her she was a remarkable and extraordinary person and her passing is a significant loss for all in the Churchill world. Obituary by David Reynolds of Cambridge University.

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