How Did Winston Mr Churchill Influence The World

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“A prisoner of war is a man who tries to kill you and fails, and then asks you not to kill him.”(Churchill, Winston) Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill is known as one of the greatest war time heroes of the twentieth century. He was also a British officer, author, historian, artist, and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. He had a strong influence in not just the United Kingdom, but all over the world. People have been inspired by his books, and his work in the army.
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill was born on November 30, 1874 to Lord Randolph Churchill and Jennie Jerome. He arrived two months early, were his mother gave birth to him in a bedroom. Churchill was born at Blenheim Palace in Woodstock, Oxfordshire. His Father, Lord Randolph, was a politician who served for Chancellor of the Exchequer. His mother, Jennie Jerome, was an American socialite. He was born into the Spencer family, which is part of the
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He thought the British leaders should have done something when Hitler first started make threats in 1930. Although he blames British leaders, he also takes blame for not speaking up when he had the chance. Despite the fact that he thought the war could have been stopped, he did everything he could to help. Churchill did everything in his power to help the Allies, although he was not expecting Allies. He finally got his first act of Allied cooperation with North Africa, when Italy was invaded. He also realized that America needed help, not just military, but also economically. Churchill created the Great Alliance, which was the alliance between Great Britain, Soviet Union, and America. Frank D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill met at sea in August, 1941, signing the Atlantic Carter, which was a joint deceleration. They also had other meetings afterwards to talk about strategy, which brought the alliance closer

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