Winston Churchill was widely regarded as a strong, capable leader in large part owing to his ability to inspire others, as well as his gift as an orator and his sustained courage and insight into military and political s... More »

The role of Winston Churchill in WWII was to lead Great Britain in their fight against the Germans. He was Prime Minister of Great Britain and was able to rally the people of Great Britain during the war. More »

Winston Churchill and his wife Clementine had five children: Diana, Randolph, Sarah, Marigold and Mary. Of the five children, four were girls. Diana was the oldest of the Churchill children, born in 1909, followed by Ran... More »

Winston Churchill and his wife Clementine had five children: Diana, Randolph, Sarah, Marigold and Mary. Of the five children, four were girls. Diana was the oldest of the Churchill children, born in 1909, followed by Ran... More »

Winston Churchill owned brown miniature poodles. These poodles were named Rufus and Rufus II, but Churchill insisted that "the II is silent" in the second poodle's name. More »

The famous speech where Winston Churchill spoke of never giving up was delivered at Harrow School on October 29, 1941. Many of Churchill's speeches were memorable, but this speech is most remembered for the lines that st... More »

Neville Chamberlain was prime minister of the United Kingdom before Winston Churchill. Chamberlain took office on May 28, 1937, and his tenure was ended on May 10, 1940. More »