Winston Churchill with a Bowler Hat

Winston Churchill Pictured as a Child and Wearing a Bowler Hat

Winston Churchill pictured as a child and wearing a bowler hat -- Photographic Print

The Queen and Winston Churchill 24 Nov 1954.    Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill beams down upon Princess Anne, her hands demurely folded in a velvet muff, as she waited with her mother, Queen Elizabeth II, and brother, Prince Charles, at Waterloo Station, London, to welcome home the Queen Mother from the tour of the United States and Canada.

Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, & Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill waited at Waterloo Station to welcome home the Queen Mother (London)

Coco Chanel with Winston Churchill, who, it is believed, helped her escape to Switzerland, from Paris.  Coco's real name was Gabrielle.

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Winston Churchill dog walking with Coco Chanel- two of my favorite people plus a dog- trifecta

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"Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential", Winston Churchill

Confident pose: Winston aged seven. He went on to serve as Prime Minister from 1940-1945, during World War II, and again from 1951-1955

Young Winston: Unseen photographs of Churchill as a teenager revealed

Winston Churchill aged seven before he went on to serve as Prime Minister. Looks similar at seven as he did as an older man. How early we are formed!

Winston Churchill We need to have someone step up to the plate here to stop cutting funding on the arts for our children!  Music class now goes to 3rd grade, but last year when my son was in 3rd grade, he and his classmates did not get music, and art has dropped to every other week, if that :/

When Winston Churchill was asked to cut art funding in favour of the war effort, he simply replied, "then what are we fighting for"

Winston Churchill: So true, once something is said you have to live with that forever, you can't take it back.

Winston Churchill: So true, once something is said you have to live with that forever, you can't take it back. Speak kind words to each other.

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This is a short, yet powerful quote explaining why Social Studies is important for schools. I would use this in my classroom because it shows a reason for teaching Social Studies.

Winston Churchill, age 7 - he was full of himself even then - a great man in the making.

Winston Churchill before he looked how we all picture him [15 pictures]

Winston Churchill (1874-1965) with fiancée Clementine Hozier (1885-1977) shortly before their marriage in 1908 - Winston Churchill - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Winston Churchill with fiancée Clementine Hozier shortly before their marriage in 1908 - Winston Churchill - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Winston Churchill, 20 years old, February 1895

fymeninolduniforms: “That’s Churchill? Behold the power of the Hussar jacket! chagalov: “ Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill at in the uniform of the Fourth Queen’s Own Hussars “ A.

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