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Horton (Cpt) -- Winston Churchill reads a newspaper on the platform at St Andrews railway station, during a tour of defences and naval forces in Scotland, 23 October 1940. -- High quality art prints, canvases -- Imperial War Museum Prints

H The Prime Minister Winston Churchill reads a newspaper on the platform while waiting for a train at St Andrews during a trip to Scotland to visit Polish troops inspect coastal defences and tour a Naval Establishment in Fife on 23 October 1940

16. Winston Churchill, his daughter, Mary, and General Sir Frederick Pile (GOC Anti-Aircraft Command) watch a demonstration of measures used to combat flying bombs in the south of England on 1 july 1944

Winston Churchill with his daughter Mary and General Sir Frederick Pile (GOC Anti-Aircraft Command) watch anti-aircraft guns in action against flying bombs, 30 June

The OMG letter. Heard about it on On Point NPR: How we're talking,

OMG! First Use of Abbreviation Found in a 1917 Letter to Winston Churchill

Prime Minister Winston Churchill and General Sir Bernard Montgomery & his dog (named Rommel) in Normandy at Montgomery's caravan at his headquarters at Chateau Creully, 7 August 1944

Prime Minister Winston Churchill and General Sir Bernard Montgomery & his dog (named Rommel) in Normandy at Montgomery's caravan at his headquarters at Chateau Creully, 7 August 1944

Winston Churchill

French Armistice Day Parade-Winston Churchill and Charles de Gaulle walking along the Champs-Elysee

Winston Churchill in the turret of a Churchill I tank during a demonstration of the new vehicle at Vauxhall's at Luton, 23 May 1941.

Winston Churchill in the turret of a Churchill I tank during a demonstration of the new vehicle at Vauxhall's at Luton, 23 May

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