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Essay | Winston Churchill: a True Hero

This student essay consists of approximately 9 pages of analysis of Winston Churchill.
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Winston Churchill: a True Hero

Summary: Essay discusses the heroic things Churchill did while in power.
No one wanted to fight another world war. The first World War was to be the last. The existing mood and popular opinion gave license to men to look for a policy in which British interests were protected as much as possible without England's involvement in another war. Through all of this the political intelligence and heroic insights of Winston Churchill laid the foundation for his eventual rise to power.

Winston Churchill, son of Rudolph Churchill, was born in Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, on 30 November 1874. His mother Jennie Jerome, was the daughter of Leonard Jerome, a New York Businessmen. After being educated at Harrow, where he intiated a passion for polo, he went into the Royal Military College at Sanhurst. Churchill joined the Fourth Hussars in 1895 and saw action on the Indian north-west frontier and combat in the Sudan. (Gilbert 75-82)

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