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Winston Churchill

Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill was a prominent politician and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.Created by: PICRYLDated: 2016
Crimean Conference--Prime Minister Winston Churchill, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Marshal Joseph Stalin at the palace in Yalta, where the Big Three met / /U.S. Signal Corps photo.
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill (30 November 1874 – 24 January 1965) was a Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955.
Churchill was born into the family of the Dukes of Marlborough, a branch of the Spencer family. His father, Lord Randolph Churchill, was a charismatic politician; his mother, Jennie Jerome, was an American socialite. As a young army officer and war correspondent, he fought campaigns in British India, Sudan, and a Second Boer War.
Before the First World War, he served as a President of the UK Board of Trade, Home Secretary, and First Lord of the Admiralty. During the WWI, he served as First Lord of the Admiralty until the disastrous Gallipoli Campaign. He then briefly resumed active army service on the Western Front as commander of the 6th Battalion of the Royal Scots Fusiliers. He returned to government under Lloyd George as Minister of Munitions, Secretary of State for War, Secretary of State for Air, then Secretary of State for the Colonies.
He served as Chancellor of the Exchequer in Baldwin's Conservative government of 1924–1929, controversially returning the pound sterling in 1925 to the gold standard at its pre-war parity, a move widely seen as creating deflationary pressure on the UK economy.
Out of office during the 1930s Churchill took the lead in warning about Nazi Germany and in campaigning for rearmament. At the outbreak of the Second World War, he was again appointed First Lord of the Admiralty. Following the resignation of Neville Chamberlain on 10 May 1940, Churchill became Prime Minister. His speeches and radio broadcasts helped inspire British resistance, especially during the difficult days of 1940–41 when the British Commonwealth and Empire stood almost alone in its active opposition to Adolf Hitler. He led Britain as Prime Minister until victory over Nazi Germany had been secured.
After the Conservative Party lost the 1945 election, he became Leader of the Opposition.
In one of the most famous orations of the Cold War period, former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill condemns the Soviet Union’s policies in Europe and declares, “From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the continent.” Churchill’s speech is considered one of the opening volleys announcing the beginning of the Cold War. The speech was given in Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, in the presence of President Harry S. Truman.
It opened a new era of closer “special relationship” between the United States and Great Britain and warned against the expansionistic policies of the Soviet Union. In addition to the “iron curtain” that had descended across Eastern Europe, Churchill spoke of “communist fifth columns” that were operating throughout western and southern Europe. Drawing parallels with the disastrous appeasement of Hitler prior to World War II, Churchill advised that in dealing with the Soviets there was “nothing which they admire so much as strength, and there is nothing for which they have less respect than for military weakness.”
Truman and many other U.S. officials warmly received the speech. Already they had decided that the Soviet Union was bent on expansion and only a tough stance would deter the Russians. Churchill’s “iron curtain” phrase immediately entered the official vocabulary of the Cold War. U.S. officials were less enthusiastic about Churchill’s call for a “special relationship” between the United States and Great Britain. While they viewed the English as valuable allies in the Cold War, they were also well aware that Britain’s power was on the wane and had no intention of being used as pawns to help support the crumbling British empire.
In the Soviet Union, Russian leader Joseph Stalin denounced the speech as “warmongering,” and referred to Churchill’s comments about the “English-speaking world” as imperialist “racism.” The British, Americans, and Russians-allies against Hitler less than a year before the speech—were drawing the battle lines of the Cold War.
After winning the 1951 election, Churchill again became Prime Minister. Churchill suffered a serious stroke in 1953 and retired as Prime Minister in 1955, although he remained a Member of Parliament until 1964. Upon his death aged ninety in 1965, Elizabeth II granted him the honor of a state funeral, which saw one of the largest assemblies of world statesmen in history. Named the Greatest Briton of all time in a 2002 poll, Churchill is widely regarded as being among the most influential people in British history, consistently ranking well in opinion polls of Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom.
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Blandford, John Churchill Marquess of
Portret van Sarah Churchill (geboren Jennings)
Marlborough, John Churchill 1. Duke of
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Marlborough, John Churchill 1. Duke of

Verlag: Bibliographisches Institut<Hildburghausen> Datierung: 1839 / 1855

Marlborough, John Churchill 1. Duke of

Marlborough, John Churchill 1. Duke of

Stecher: Bernigeroth, Martin

Marlborough, John Churchill 1. Duke of
Marlborough, John Churchill 1. Duke of
Marlborough, John Churchill 1. Duke of
Marlborough, John Churchill 1. Duke of

Marlborough, John Churchill 1. Duke of

Schabkünstler: Smith, John (1652) Verleger: Smith, John (1652) Datierung: 1700 / 1710 Verlagsort: London

John Churchill (1650-1722), hertog van Marlborough
Marlborough, John Churchill 1. Duke of

Marlborough, John Churchill 1. Duke of

Verleger: Daumont, ? Datierung: 1746 / 1755 Verlagsort: Paris

Marlborough, John Churchill 1. Duke of

Marlborough, John Churchill 1. Duke of

Radierer: Buchhorn, Ludwig Verlag: Gebrüder Schumann Datierung: 1818 / 1832 Verlagsort: Zwickau

Lady Randolph Churchill, actress, vintage photo card
Lady Randolph Churchill, portrait photo card
Mrs. Winston Churchill of England
Gen. Marlbrorugh Churchill
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, 1874-1965

Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, 1874-1965

3/4 length, standing, facing left; wearing hat and overcoat; left hand in pocket or behind back. Photoprint copyrighted by J.E. Purdy. No. 2. This record contains unverified data from caption card. Caption card... More

Winston Churchill
Mrs. Winston Churchill seated with book
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, 1874-1965

Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, 1874-1965

Head and shoulders, facing front. Photo copyrighted by J.E. Purdy, Boston. No. 3. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Exhibited: Churchill and the Great Republic, Library of Congress, 2... More

[Winston Churchill, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing right]
Lt. Earl R. Churchill
Winston Spencer Churchill, the famous war correspondent, Bloemfontein, South Africa

Winston Spencer Churchill, the famous war correspondent, Bloemfontein,...

Standing, full lgth., in doorway of tent. Stereo copyrighted by B.L. Singley (Keystone View Co.). No. 11819. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: South African War... More

Brig. Gen. Marlborough Churchill
CHURCHILL, M. COLONEL - Harris & Ewing, Studio Portrait
Mrs. Winston Churchill
[General Marlborough Churchill, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing slightly left] / photo. by Bain News Service, New York City.
Winston Churchill smiles at the camera (about 1912)

Winston Churchill smiles at the camera (about 1912)

British First Lord of Admiralty, Winston Churchill, is shown dressed in a top hat and a fur trimmed coat. Carrying a walking stick, he grins in the direction of the viewer where, according to the caption, a pho... More

Der englische Marineminister Churchill
Winston Churchill, englischer Marinestaatssekretär
Winston Churchill in plain clothes

Winston Churchill in plain clothes

Although a row of soldiers is just visible in the back left corner, this image is dominated by the mounted officers milling around a marker flag. They are chatting casually and look quite relaxed. Their horses ... More

Winston Churchill inspecting Canadian troops, during World War I

Winston Churchill inspecting Canadian troops, during World War I

Context: RLS Haig "Official Photographs" > Canadians..Page:H.226..Title:Winston Churchill inspecting Canadian troops, during World War I..Permanent URL:digital.nls.uk/74548564 ( http://digital.nls.uk/74548564 ... More

[Bildnis Winston Churchill]
Haig and Churchill, possibly France, during or just after World War I

Haig and Churchill, possibly France, during or just after World War I

Field Marshal (Earl) Haig (1861-1928) and other military and civilian officials, including a French general, standing on a station platform. They appear about to greet someone as the two main civilians have the... More

Mrs. Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill

Mrs. Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill

Wife of Winston Churchill; head and shoulders, facing right. J200375 U.S. Copyright Office No copyright renewal. This record contains unverified data from caption card. Caption card tracings: BI; Shelf.

Marlborough Churchill
[Winston Churchill with Kaiser Wilhelm at German Army maneouvers. Both standing, full lgth., in uniforms; Kaiser Wilhelm pointing with sword.]

[Winston Churchill with Kaiser Wilhelm at German Army maneouvers. Both...

J210139 U.S. Copyright Office Title devised by Library staff. Photoprint copyrighted by Underwood & Underwood in 1916. Exhibited: Churchill and the Great Republic, Library of Congress, 2004, and other venues, 2... More

[Men and women, including possibly Winston Churchill and Herbert Samuel, with Christian clergy in a military cemetery]
[Men and women, possibly Winston Churchill and Herbert Samuel, with Christian clergy in a military cemetery]
[Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill at Government House reception on March 28, 1921, Jerusalem]
[Sir Herbert Samuel and Winston Churchill at tree planting ceremony, on site of Hebrew University, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem]
Churchill, Lawrence & the Emir Abdullah

Churchill, Lawrence & the Emir Abdullah

Photograph shows T.E. Lawrence walking with Emir Abdullah in the garden of Government House, Jerusalem, as Winston Churchill walks ahead of them.

[Winston Churchill planting his tree at the site of Hebrew University, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem; Jewish rabbi in center, 1921]
Mr. Churchill with Bishop MacInnes of Jerusalem at the memorial service in the Military Cemetery on Mt. Scopus, March 26th

Mr. Churchill with Bishop MacInnes of Jerusalem at the memorial servic...

Title from item. In album: World War I and the British Mandate in Palestine, p. 67, no. 207 (http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ppmsca.13290) Forms part of: Visual materials from the papers of John D. Whiting (Library... More

Churchill visit
[Emir Abdullah of Transjordan shaking hands with Mrs. Churchill,  Winston Churchill standing next to Mrs. Churchill, Government House, Jerusalem]
[Emir Abdullah (third from left)and Sir Anton Bertram, Chief Justice of Ceylon coming down steps, during reception for Winston Churchill, Government House, Jerusalem]
[Winston Churchill speaking at tree planting ceremony on the site of Hebrew University, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem, Mar. 28th, 1921]
[Mr. Churchill with Bishop MacInnes of Jerusalem, at the memorial service in the Military Cemetery on Mt. Scopus. March 26th, 1921]
[Emir Abdullah (third from left) with Mrs. Churchill and Winston Churchill in doorway receiving Mousa Kasim Pasha el Husseini at reception at Government House, Jerusalem]
[Men and women, including possibly Winston Churchill and Herbert Samuel, in a military cemetery with Christian clergy]
[Emir Abdullah (third from left) and Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill greeting Bertha and Frederick Vester in doorway, during reception at Government House, Jerusalem]
[Winston Churchill, "Lawrence of Arabia," and Emir Abdullah walking in the gardens of the Government House, Jerusalem, during secret conference]

[Winston Churchill, "Lawrence of Arabia," and Emir Abdullah walking in...

Original negative: LC-M33-11692. Title and photographer name from caption card. Caption in Matson Registers, v 2. : Churchill, Lawrence & the Emir Abdullah, neg. taken 1921. Reference copy may be in Biog. File.... More

[Standing, left to right: Mr. Austen Chamberlain, Premier Stanley Baldwin, and Sir Winston Churchill] / Photo Central News from Underwood & Underwood.
Noted British statesman calls on President Hoover. Winston Churchill, noted British statesman who is visiting this country, called on President Hoover at the White House today
Winston Churchill, 10/18/29
United Nations exhibit put on by OWI in Rockefeller Plaza, New York, N.Y. Central motif was this frame containing copy of Atlantic charter, with amplifiers at each end broadcasting speeches by Roosevelt, Churchill and Chiang Kai-Shek every half hour, and surrounded by statues of the four freedoms
United Nations exhibit put on by OWI in Rockefeller Plaza, New York, N.Y. Central motif was this frame containing copy of Atlantic charter, with amplifiers at each end broadcasting speeches by Roosevelt, Churchill and Chiang Kai-Shek every half hour, and surrounded by statues of the four freedoms
Rockefeller Plaza, exhibit [for] United Nations by OWI, New York, N.Y. Between photographic displays is [the] Atlantic charter in frame with transmitters at each end and where voices of Roosevelt, Churchill and Chiang Kai-Shek are heard each half hour; surrounded by statues of the four freedoms
Prime Minister Winston Churchill and president of Turkey. Churchill talking to Menemencioglu, Turkish foreign minister, at the airport on Churchill's arrival at Adana for conference with Inonu, president of Turkey
Prime Minister Winston Churchill and president of Turkey. Churchill and Ismet Inonu, president of Turkey, exchange pleasantries on board the presidential train as they met in Adana for conference. Left to right: Marchal Fevsi Cakmak, chief of staff of Turkish army, Churchill, Inonu and Sukru Saracoglu, Turkish prime minister
Prime Minister Winston Churchill and president of Turkey. Churchill is greeted by Ismet Inonu, president of Turkish Republic, against the background of the presidential train on board which the conference was held by these two leaders at Adana
[Portrait of Tallulah Bankhead, with lion cub Winston Churchill]

[Portrait of Tallulah Bankhead, with lion cub Winston Churchill]

Title derived from information on verso of photographic print. Van Vechten number: XXIV V 15. Also available on microfilm. Gift; Carl Van Vechten Estate; 1966. Forms part of: Portrait photographs of celebrities... More

[Portrait of Tallulah Bankhead, with lion cub Winston Churchill]

[Portrait of Tallulah Bankhead, with lion cub Winston Churchill]

Title derived from information on verso of photographic print. Van Vechten number: XXIII V 14. Also available on microfilm. Gift; Carl Van Vechten Estate; 1966. Forms part of: Portrait photographs of celebritie... More

[Portrait of Tallulah Bankhead, with lion cub Winston Churchill]

[Portrait of Tallulah Bankhead, with lion cub Winston Churchill]

Title derived from information on verso of photographic print. Van Vechten number: XXIII V 11. Also available on microfilm. Gift; Carl Van Vechten Estate; 1966. Forms part of: Portrait photographs of celebritie... More

Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Prime Minister Winston Churchill is shown inspecting an M-3 American made tank during a visit to the Southern Command at the end of July 1941
Official pictures of meeting of Stalin, Churchill, Harriman. These are the first official pictures released in the United States of the recent meetings of Premier I.V. Stalin, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Britain; and W. Averrell Harriman, representing President Roosevelt. The three men met in the middle of August, 1942, at the request of the Soviet leader, and held a series of conversations concerned with the future conduct of the war. Also present was V.M. Molotov, Peoples' Commissar for Foreign Affairs, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The meetings lasted four days. Left to right, seated: Churchill, Harriman, Stalin and Molotov at the Kremlin. Unidentified man standing was the interpreter
Official pictures of meeting of Stalin, Churchill, Harriman. These are the first official pictures released in the United States of the recent meetings of Premier I.V. Stalin, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Britain; and W. Averrell Harriman, representing President Roosevelt. The three men met in the middle of August, 1942, at the request of the Soviet leader, and held a series of conversations concerned with the future conduct of the war. Also present was V.M. Molotov, Peoples' Commissar for Foreign Affairs, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The meetings lasted four days. Left to right, foreground: Molotov and Churchill at Moscow civil airport
Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Great Britain
Official pictures of meeting of Stalin, Churchill, Harriman. These are the first official pictures released in the United States of the recent meetings of Premier I.V. Stalin, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Britain; and W. Averrell Harriman, representing President Roosevelt. The three men met in the middle of August, 1942, at the request of the Soviet leader, and held a series of conversations concerned with the future conduct of the war. Also present was V.M. Molotov, Peoples' Commissar for Foreign Affairs, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The meetings lasted four days. Left to right, foreground: Molotov, Harriman, Churchill, reviewing troops at Moscow civil airport while Russian officials look on. Immediately behind Churchill is Admiral Miles, Chief of the British military mission to the Soviet Union
Adana, Turkey, Jan. 30, 1942. Churchill talking to Menemencioglu (Turkish Foreign Minister) at the airport on Churchill's arrival for conference with Inonu

Adana, Turkey, Jan. 30, 1942. Churchill talking to Menemencioglu (Turk...

On label: Please credit: Official photo from OWI. On label: D-8913 (CN). On mount: OWI copy neg. 8913. Title from item.

Official pictures of meeting of Stalin, Churchill, Harriman. These are the first official pictures released in the United States of the recent meetings of Premier I.V. Stalin, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Britain; and W. Averrell Harriman, representing President Roosevelt. The three men met in the middle of August, 1942, at the request of the Soviet leader, and held a series of conversations concerned with the future conduct of the war. Also present was V.M. Molotov, Peoples' Commissar for Foreign Affairs, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The meetings lasted four days. Foreground, left to right: Molotov, Harriman and Churchill at Moscow civil airport. Admiral William Harrison Stanley, American Ambassador to the Soviet Union, is behind Churchill at the right of the picture. British Admiral Miles is saluting behind Harriman
Official pictures of meeting of Stalin, Churchill, Harriman. These are the first official pictures released in the United States of the recent meetings of Premier I.V. Stalin, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Britain; and W. Averrell Harriman, representing President Roosevelt. The three men met in the middle of August, 1942, at the request of the Soviet leader, and held a series of conversations concerned with the future conduct of the war. Also present was V.M. Molotov, Peoples' Commissar for Foreign Affairs, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The meetings lasted four days. Commandant of the city of Moscow welcomes Churchill while Molotov and other Russian officials look on
Official pictures of meeting of Stalin, Churchill, Harriman. These are the first official pictures released in the United States of the recent meetings of Premier I.V. Stalin, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Britain; and W. Averrell Harriman, representing President Roosevelt. The three men met in the middle of August, 1942, at the request of the Soviet leader, and held a series of conversations concerned with the future conduct of the war. Also present was V.M. Molotov, Peoples' Commissar for Foreign Affairs, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The meetings lasted four days. Left to right, foreground: Molotov greeting Churchill at Moscow civil airport. Man in background is the interpreter
Official pictures of meeting of Stalin, Churchill, Harriman. These are the first official pictures released in the United States of the recent meeting of Premier I.V. Stalin, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Britain; and W. Averrell Harriman, representing President Roosevelt. The three men met in the middle of August, 1942 at the request of the Soviet leader, and held a series of conversations concerned with the future conduct of the war. Also present was V.M. Molotov, Peoples' Commissar for Foreign Affairs, U.S.S.R. The meetings lasted four days. Left to right, seated: Churchill, Harriman, Stalin, and Molotov, at the Kremlin
Official pictures of meeting of Stalin, Churchill, Harriman. These are the first official pictures released in the United States of the recent meetings of Premier I.V. Stalin, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Britain; and W. Averrell Harriman, representing President Roosevelt. The three men met in the middle of August, 1942, at the request of the Soviet leader, and held a series of conversations concerned with the future conduct of the war. Also present was V.M. Molotov, Peoples' Commissar for Foreign Affairs, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The meetings lasted four days. Left to right: Churchill and Stalin at the Kremlin
Official pictures of meeting of Stalin, Churchill, Harriman. These are the first official pictures released in the United States of the recent meetings of Premier I.V. Stalin, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Britain; and W. Averrell Harriman, representing President Roosevelt. The three men met in the middle of August, 1942, at the request of the Soviet leader, and held a series of conversations concerned with the future conduct of the war. Also present was V.M. Molotov, Peoples' Commissar for Foreign Affairs, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The meetings lasted four days. Left to right: Churchill and Stalin at the Kremlin
Official pictures of meeting of Stalin, Churchill, Harriman. These are the first official pictures released in the United States of the recent meetings of Premier I.V. Stalin, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Britain; and W. Averrell Harriman, representing President Roosevelt. The three men met in the middle of August, 1942, at the request of the Soviet leader, and held a series of conversations concerned with the future conduct of the war. Also present was V.M. Molotov, Peoples' Commissar for Foreign Affairs, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The meetings lasted four days. Plane which brought Churchill to Moscow
Official pictures of meeting of Stalin, Churchill, Harriman. These are the first official pictures released in the United States of the recent meetings of Premier I.V. Stalin, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Britain; and W. Averrell Harriman, representing President Roosevelt. The three men met in the middle of August, 1942, at the request of the Soviet leader, and held a series of conversations concerned with the future conduct of the war. Also present was V.M. Molotov, Peoples' Commissar for Foreign Affairs, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The meetings lasted four days. Churchill making address over radio while Russian officials look on at Moscow civil airport. Left to right, foreground: Molotov, Churchill, Harriman
Official pictures of meeting of Stalin, Churchill, Harriman. These are the first official pictures released in the United States of the recent meetings of Premier I.V. Stalin, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Britain; and W. Averrell Harriman, representing President Roosevelt. The three men met in the middle of August, 1942, at the request of the Soviet leader, and held a series of conversations concerned with the future conduct of the war. Also present was V.M. Molotov, Peoples' Commissar for Foreign Affairs, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The meetings lasted four days. Molotov, Churchill, and Harriman review Russian troops at Moscow civil airport. Note new type of jackets Russian soldiers are wearing
Official pictures of meeting of Stalin, Churchill, Harriman. These are the first official pictures released in the United States of the recent meetings of Premier I.V. Stalin, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Britain; and W. Averrell Harriman, representing President Roosevelt. The three men met in the middle of August, 1942, at the request of the Soviet leader, and held a series of conversations concerned with the future conduct of the war. Also present was V.M. Molotov, Peoples' Commissar for Foreign Affairs, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The meetings lasted four days. Left to right: Churchill, Stalin, Harriman at the Kremlin, Moscow
Food in England. A page from Winston Churchill's ration book. All food imported into England is government property and is distributed through an effective rationing plan
President's trip abroad meeting with Churchill. President Roosevelt is about to cut into birthday cake. Enroute in a big plane from Trinidad to Miami on his 61st birthday anniversary, he had to forego his customary personal address to celebrate at birthday balls throughout the United States for the benefit of infantile paralysis suffers. At his right is his chief military advisor, Admiral William D. Leahy. Looking on with deep interest from the other side of the table is Harry L. Hopkins. Lieutenant Cone, captain of the plane, is at Hopkins' left
Winston Churchill
[Subaltern Mary Spencer-Churchill of the British Auxiliary Territorial Service, daughter of the Prime Minister Winston Churchill, with members of the U.S. Women's Army Corps] / Official U.S. Army photo.

[Subaltern Mary Spencer-Churchill of the British Auxiliary Territorial...

Photograph shows Spencer-Churchill and WACs at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, or Daytona Beach, Florida. Title devised by Library staff. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division.... More

Casablanca Conference at Casablanca, French Morocco, Africa. The "unconditional surrender" announcement. President Roosevelt, with Prime Minister Winston Churchill at his side, reading to the assembled war correspondents
Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill on portico of Russian Embassy in Teheran, during conference--Nov. 28 - Dec. 1, 1943

Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill on portico of Russian Embassy in Tehe...

Title from item. U.S. Signal Corps photo. No. S.C. 183218.

Crimean Conference--Prime Minister Winston Churchill, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Marshal Joseph Stalin at the palace in Yalta, where the Big Three met / /U.S. Signal Corps photo.

Crimean Conference--Prime Minister Winston Churchill, President Frankl...

No. 199945-9. From the collections of Encyclopedia Britannica.

Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill at the rail of the Queen Elizabeth today with their daughter and son-in-law, Capt. and Mrs. Christopher Soames / World-Telegram photo by Ravenna.

Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill at the rail of the Queen Elizabeth toda...

Title from item. NYWT&S staff photograph. The b&w film copy negative (LC-USZ62-135298) is of a halftone newsprint copy attached to the original photograph. Date stamped on verso: Mar 23 1949. Forms part of: New... More

[Dwight D. Eisenhower addressing NATO, with Charles de Gaulle, and with Sir Winston Churchill] / [LAC].

[Dwight D. Eisenhower addressing NATO, with Charles de Gaulle, and wit...

Four copy photographs on one contact sheet from the NATO Photo Library showing Eisenhower addressing the NATO Conference; Eisenhower with de Gaulle; Eisenhower inspecting; and Eisenhower with Churchill. Frames ... More

Churchill Statue, British Embassy, Washington, D.C.
[Assignment: OS_DS_2005_1202_28] Office of the Deputy Secretary - Presentation of A Churchill Portrait to Deputy Secretary David Sampson [40_CFD_OS_DS_2005_1202_28_DSC_1670.JPG]

[Assignment: OS_DS_2005_1202_28] Office of the Deputy Secretary - Pres...

[Assignment: OS_DS_2005_1202_28] Office of the Deputy Secretary - Presentation of A Churchill Portrait to Deputy Secretary David Sampson