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A Young Winston Churchill & his mother, Lady Randolph Churchill (Jenny Jerome), in 1876. Winston would be (roughly) 2 years old in this photo.

A Young Winston Churchill & his mother, Lady Randolph Churchill (Jenny Jerome), in Winston would be (roughly) 2 years old in this photo.

Winston and Clementine Churchill  on holiday at Sandwich in Kent. 1914.

Winston Churchill and his beloved wife, Clementine Churchill (née Hozier), on holiday at Sandwich, Kent, in 1914

Churchill as a young politician in a top hat in 1912.

Winston Churchill 'Politics is the ability to foretell what is going to happen tomorrow, next week, next month and next year. And to have the ability afterwards to explain why it didn’t happen.

Winston Churchill: Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965) served as Prime Minister of Britain from 1940-1945 and again from 1951-1955. (Photo Credit: Corbis)

Winston Churchill: Sir Winston Churchill served as Prime Minister of Britain from and again from (Photo Credit: Corbis)

Winston Churchill with His Mother, Lady Randolph Churchill Giclee Print by English Photographer at Art.co.uk

Winston Churchill and Aunt Lady Leslie, sister to Jennie Jerome Churchill

The Queen is a woman, but it’s easy to overlook that fact. Easy to forget that, besides being leader of the Commonwealth, head of state of 16 nations, head of the armed forces and head of the Church of England, she has been or continues to be a daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother. These other roles have always, at least publicly and perhaps rightly so, seemed less important than being the monarch.

Queen Elizabeth (ISTJ Inspector) talks to Sir Winston Churchill (ENTJ Fieldmarshall). with Prince Charles (ISFJ Protector).

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