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Winston Churchill Deserve #Victory

Winston Churchill Deserve #Victory

This pin is more as a reminder to myself than anything else.  I've learned a little about Churchill, and have always meant to read and learn more. What I know really makes me want to learn more, but I keep reading other things. Maybe on vacation, when I actually take one...

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Yousuf Karsh’s 1941 portrait of a scowling Winston Churchill – reportedly reacting to Karsh snatching Churchill’s cigar – graced the cover of Life magazine and cemented the British prime minister’s.

Churchill making his famous "V for victory" sign in 1943.

British Prime Minister WINSTON CHURCHILL -- Winston Churchill giving his famous 'V' sign – On 20 May just ten days after Churchill became Prime Minister, German troops reached the English Channel.

A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.

Pessimist Optimist Winston Churchill Quote

Alfred Eisenstaedt Winston Churchhill gives the victory sign at a political rally, Liverpool, 1951

Winston Churchill's wartime speech

We shall never surrender was the speech by Sir Winston Churchill that encouraged the British Nation to fight on to Victory during the dark days of World War

Winston Churchill introduces his 'V for Victory' campaign on this day 19th July, 1941. It rapidly spread through Europe and the BBC took the first four notes of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, which matched the dot-to-dot dash Morse code for the letter V and played it before news bulletins

Winston Churchill introduces his 'V for Victory' campaign on this day July,

Winston Churchill, the greatest Briton of all time.

Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill smoked up to 10 cigars a day. Cigar of choice: Romeo y Julieta (Churchill size of course!

Winston Churchill giving his signature "V", which, given how it's facing, I imagine would mean both "Victory" and something far ruder (aimed at the Axis).

Winston Churchill making his famous V for Victory sign, Artist: Unknown