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By this time Churchill was not so cordial toward moving Poland westward as he had been at Teheran, where he and Eden had both heartily approved the idea.
Believing devoutly as they did in Anglo-Saxon institutions, it was important to both Roosevelt and Churchill that the Poles should have them.
It was a matter of principle with Churchill, since Britain had declared war in behalf of Poland.
Failing to heed the lesson so clearly contained in the satellite treaties, President Truman re-declared the Cold War on March 12, 1947, in the Truman Doctrine, exactly one week after the Herald Tribune editorial was written, and a year after the Cold War had been announced by Churchill at Fulton, Missouri, in Truman's presence.
He believes that greatness is a marriage between the man and the times as was aptly represented by Churchill, who would very possibly have gone down in history as a political failure if it had not been for Hitler's war.
During the Second Boer War on 15 November 1899, Winston Churchill, then a war-correspondent, was travelling on board an armoured train when it was ambushed by Boer commandos.
Tank or " landship " development, originally conducted by the British Navy under the auspices of the Landships Committee was sponsored by the First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill and proceeded through a number of prototypes culminating in the Mark I tank prototype, named Mother.
The AVRE version of the Churchill Tank was armed with a Spigot mortar that fired a HE-filled projectile ( nicknamed the Flying Dustbin ).
Winston Churchill was one of its occupants.
Stroustrup has a master's degree in mathematics and computer science ( 1975 ) from the University of Aarhus, Denmark, and a Ph. D. in computer science ( 1979 ) from the University of Cambridge, England, where he was a student at Churchill College.
After Gott was killed flying back to Cairo Churchill was persuaded by Brooke, who by this time was Chief of the Imperial General Staff to appoint Montgomery, who had only just been nominated to replace Alexander as commander of the British ground forces for Operation Torch.
Montgomery prepared meticulously for the new offensive after convincing Churchill that the time was not being wasted.
By now Blenheim was under assault from every side by three English generals: Cutts, Churchill, and Orkney.
Lloyd George succeeded Asquith at the Exchequer, and was in turn succeeded at the Board of Trade by Winston Churchill, a recent defector from the Conservatives.
John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough was one of the first generals in the British Army, fighting campaigns in the War of the Spanish Succession.
He was also the first person to hold the office of Deputy Prime Minister, under Winston Churchill in the wartime coalition government, before leading the Labour Party to a landslide election victory over Churchill's Conservative Party in 1945.
Attlee was his regular deputy in these committees, and answered for the government in parliament when Churchill was absent.
As Churchill was most concerned with executing the war, the arrangement suited both men.
These benefits had been legislated for the previous year by Churchill ’ s Family Allowances Act 1945, and was the first measure pushed through parliament by Attlee ’ s government.

Churchill and saved
He was approaching two years on half pay ( which would trigger automatic retirement from the navy ) when on January 8, 1912 his career was saved by the new First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill.
Maritime aviation and the valuable lessons of the First European war were cast aside, but crucially the appointment of Trenchard and his views, the removal of the weaker personalities such as CAS Frederick Sykes, and the continued support of Winston Churchill saved the Air Ministry from being disbanded.
" A RAF Intelligence report in late October 1940 circulated to all pilots and their squadrons, with copies to Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, and the War Cabinet, declared: ' The manoeuvrability of the CR. 42s, in particular their capacity to execute an extremely tight half roll, has caused considerable surprise to other pilots and undoubtedly saved many Italian fighters from destruction.
Churchill won the argument, and the BEF was saved at Dunkirk.
The poor performance of the Churchill nearly caused production to be ceased in favour of the upcoming Cromwell tank ; it was saved by the successful use of the Mk III at the Second Battle of El Alamein in October 1942.
When these superheroes saved the life of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill from Master Man, the thankful Churchill suggested that they should become a team, known as the Invaders.
Although Montagu was saved largely due to a strong speech in his defence by Winston Churchill, Lloyd George's secretary reported that some of the Tories could have assaulted him ( Montagu ) physically they were so angry.

Churchill and by
He did not mind the Line itself, which Churchill declared in the House of Commons, on February 27, 1945, he had always believed to be `` just and right '', but he did not want it called by a hated name.
Professor McNeill thinks that at Yalta, Stalin did not fully realize the dilemma which faced him, that he thought the exclusion of the anti-Soviet voters from East European elections would not be greatly resented by his allies, while neither Roosevelt nor Churchill frankly faced `` the fact that, in Poland at least, genuinely free democratic elections would return governments unfriendly to Russia '', by any definition of international friendliness.
This divergence between American English and British English once caused George Bernard Shaw to say that the United States and United Kingdom are " two countries divided by a common language "; a similar comment is ascribed to Winston Churchill.
* 1953 – Winston Churchill is knighted by Queen Elizabeth II.
The army ( assembled by the Duke's brother, General Charles Churchill ) consisted of 66 squadrons, 31 battalions and 38 guns and mortars totalling 21, 000 men ( 16, 000 of whom were English troops ).
The centre, commanded by the Duke's brother, General Charles Churchill, consisted of 18 battalions of infantry arranged in two lines: seven battalions in the front line to secure a foothold across the Nebel, and 11 battalions in the rear providing cover from the Allied side of the stream.
John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough ( 1650 – 1722 ) by Sir Godfrey Kneller.
In February 1922, Winston Churchill telegraphed Herbert Samuel asking for cuts in expenditure and noting: In both Houses of Parliament there is growing movement of hostility, against Zionist policy in Palestine, which will be stimulated by recent Northcliffe articles.
Blackridge is defined as the territory bounded on the West by Graham Boulevard, on the South by William Penn Highway, on the East by Beulah Road and the Churchill Country Club property, from the Churchill Country Club property along Orlando Place to Atkinson Place, Atkinson Place to Pine Way, and Pine Way to Graham Boulevard, and shall include the properties fronting on both sides of said portions of Country Club Drive, Orlando Place, Atkinson Place and Pine Way.

Churchill and Lord
The conversion of the Conservative Party into a modern mass organisation was accelerated by the concept of Tory Democracy attributed to Lord Randolph Churchill, father of Britain's wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
The dukedom was created in 1702 by Queen Anne ; John Churchill, whose wife was a favourite of the queen, had earlier been made Lord Churchill of Eyemouth in the Scottish peerage ( 1682 ), which became extinct with his death, and Earl of Marlborough ( 1689 ) by King William III.
: Other titles: Lord Churchill of Eyemouth, in the county of Berwick ( Sc 1682 ) and Baron Churchill of Sandridge, in the county of Hertford ( En 1685 )
: Other titles ( 1st Duke ): Lord Churchill of Eyemouth, in the county of Berwick ( Sc 1682 )
" Churchill – who was himself only thirty-eight years old in 1912 – took to him immediately and he was appointed Private Naval Secretary to the First Lord against the advice of First Sea Lord Sir Arthur Wilson.
After 1924 Beatty, supported by the First Lord of the Admiralty Bridgeman, clashed with the new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Winston Churchill, over the number of cruisers required by the Royal Navy.
In 1914, due to the growing anti-German sentiments that swept across Europe during the first few months of World War I, Prince Louis of Battenberg was removed from his position as First Sea Lord in the Admiralty and publicly humiliated by King George V and Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill.
* 1849 – Lord Randolph Churchill, British statesman ( d. 1895 )
This campaign also put a dent in the armour of Winston Churchill, then the First Lord of the Admiralty, who had commissioned the plans to invade the Dardanelles.
At the start of World War I, 4 August 1914, Admiral George Callaghan, Commander-in-Chief of the Home Fleet, was removed by First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill.
Meanwhile in Britain, First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill made a speech describing the German navy as a ' luxury ', which was considered an insult when reported in Germany.
This support came from the British press in the form of Viscount Astor, Lord Beaverbrook and former WW1 Prime Minister David Lloyd George, who were trenchant critics of the autocratic style of Winston Churchill and favoured replacing Winston with Menzies.
* 1885 – Lord Randolph Churchill makes a speech in Ulster in opposition to Home Rule.
Eventually, he became notorious for this activity, prompting Lord Randolph Churchill to observe ' For the purposes of recreation he has selected the felling of trees ; and we may usefully remark that his amusements, like his politics, are essentially destructive.
* January 24 – Lord Randolph Churchill, British statesman ( b. 1849 )
* February 13 – Lord Randolph Churchill, British statesman ( d. 1895 )

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