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Sir Winston Churchill

    Sir Winston Churchill was courageous and farsighted leader as well as a writer. During the Second World War, Churchill gave steadfast and courageous leadership to his country. He became famous for his heroic and successful leadership of the allied countries during the Second World War (1940-1945).

    Winston Churchill was born in 1874 at Blenheim Palace. His father was Randolph Churchill, a descendant of Duke of Marl bough. He was not good at studies but managed to join the army. Then, he proceeded to South Africa as a war correspondent of the Morning Post. There, he was taken as prisoner, but managed to escape and came back to England as a hero.

    Now, Churchill's heart was full of confidence. He wanted do more for his country and so joined politics. He got married to his lover, who proved to be a good wife for him. Churchill succeeded in politics and became home secretary. Soon he resigned and applied for a command in the Expeditionary force. Then Churchill led his country in the world war. He assumed the prime minister ship of Britain at a very critical point, when the whole Europe along with Britain was at the receiving end of the German Nazi attacks.

    Churchill showed immense courage and confidence and declared that the English would fight the enemy everywhere - on land, in air and on water - but they would not surrender to the unjust forces. This statement instilled much confidence in the troubled hearts of army as well as his countrymen. Then, after six years of fierce fighting, Churchill led his country victory.

    Churchill made his famous speech "blood, tears and sweet" in 1940 to the British House of Commons. He was the author of some popular books. He also wrote his 'Memories of the Second World War' and was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature.

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