RMFDGX1D–Winston Churchill. Portrait of British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill, c.1941
RMAWAKCA–WINSTON CHURCHILL (1874-1965) giving his famous V for Victory sign as British Prime Minister in April1945
RMGG2BAD–Portrait of British Prime minister Winston Churchill 1952 Great Britain
RMHRNXN0–Winston Churchill, English Politician
RMG7P7A9–Winston Churchill arrives at Church House to receive the Honorary Freedom of the City of Westminster.
RMFKJYWC–Sir Winston Churchill wartime image with a 'Tommy' gun. From the archives of Press Portrait Service - formerly Press Portrait Bureau.
RMCPHXMX–Winston Churchill, 1939
RMBWN8RJ–1944 Operation Overlord Winston Churchill Field Marshal Alan Brooke General Montgomery Head quarter France Euro
RMBMN1M4–Vintage 1920s photo of Winston Churchill (1874 - 1965) - Conservative (formerly Liberal) statesman and twice UK Prime Minister.
RMF2B5CP–Former Prime Minister Prime Winston Churchill, at his desk in Werterham, Kent. April 1948. - (BSLOC 2014 17 51)
RMEX6P91–Winston Churchill as British wartime prime minister 1941
RMHGF9HJ–Winston Churchill at his desk at Chartwell. 1947
RM2C21D5R–WINSTON CHURCHILL WITH CIGAR BOW TIE AND HOMBURG HAT Great Britain's greatest and revered wartime leader, whose magnificent speeches galvanised a nation to successfully resist Nazi Germany aggression in World War II. This post war image 1949/1950 finds him smoking his favourite and signature cuban cigar. Churchill was knighted for his services to Great Britain, as Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill. A great English statesman writer and keen artist painter (1874-1965).
RMCT65KK–Portrait of Winston Churchill
RM2A4TJA1–Young Sir Winston Churchill
RME0KNMA–Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill
RMCYPRD0–Winston Churchill (1874-1965), British Statesman, Soldier & Author, Prime Minister of Great Britain 1940-45 & 1951-55, Portrait
RMFDGX22–Winston Churchill. Portrait of British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill, c.1942
RMAKCX96–WINSTON CHURCHILL gives his famous V for Victory sign on the steps of No 10 Downing Street in 1945
RMHRNXN1–WWII, Winston Churchill, U.K. Prime Minister
RMDRFJX6–Winston Churchill at Chelmsford, Essex
RMF56MYG–Winston Churchill refers to the nation's first month of the war on 8 October 1939, UK
RMCRXNAK–British wartime leader Winston Churchill with his famous V for victory sign. From the archives of Press Portrait Service (formerly Press Portrait Bureau)
RMC4616C–Winston Churchill, 1932
RMBWN8F8–Yalta Conference 1945 Winston Churchill Franklin D. Roosevelt Joseph Stalin Castle Liwadija British prime minist
RMKFD77D–Winston Churchill, ( Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, ) 1874 –1965 was a British statesman, army officer, and writer. He served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 . World War II
RMF2B5CB–Conservative Party Leader Winston Churchill gives his familiar victory sign. He was making a last-minute campaign tour before the General Election. Woodford, Essex. Feb. 23, 1950. - (BSLOC 2014 17 60)
RMC5NCCD–winston churchill, 1895
RMEX6WPJ–Winston Churchill the World war two British prime Minister with soldiers 1942
RFRW3K2P–Winston Churchill as Chancellor of the Exchequer. May 1928
RMDJ4P0X–1940's wartime portrait of Winston Churchill in Royal Air force uniform
RMERH09F–Sir Winston Churchill as a young man, British Prime Minister, 1874-1965.
RMCRYBKW–Sir Winston Churchill, 1874 – 1965. British politician and statesman. Here seen in uniform during World War One.
RME0KNMB–Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill
RMETFP11–Winston Churchill waving his new gray top hat while being driven through the welcoming crowds in Metz, France where the British Prime Minister was guest of honor at the Fortress City's Bastille Day (July 14th) celebration.
RMRB7H1H–British Prime Minister Winston Churchill
RMAWAKC9–WINSTON CHURCHILL (1874-1965) British Prime Minister gives his V for Victory sign in April 1945 outside 10 Downing Street
RMBNGWW5–Portrait of Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister, (1874-1965)
RMHRNXN2–WWII, Winston Churchill, U.K. Prime Minister
RMA4AHFD–A letter from the archives of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, detailing a dining invitation from Winston Churchill.
RMCC0XCH–British wartime leader Winston Churchill with his famous V for victory sign. Image from the archives of Press Portrait Service (formerly Press Portait Bureau) 1941 image
RMC45H4T–Winston Churchill, 1939
RMD142YN–Winston Churchill portrait by Douglas Chandor, 1946
RMG0P72F–British statesman Winston Churchill departs the White House after meeting with U.S President Herbert Hoover October 19, 1929 in Washington, DC.
RMF2B5DG–First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill leaves 10 Downing Street, April 7, 1940. He was leaving to address the House of Commons on the state of the French Navy during the 'Phony War' lull. The real war began 2 days later with German invasions of Denmark and Norway on April 9, 1940. - (BSLOC 2014 17 33)
RMGG29GN–Winston Churchill speaking at the BBC 20th century Great Britain - World War II
RMG39RT9–Winston Churchill electioneering
RMDDMTB9–Winston Churchill, former British Prime Minister, withIsraeli Prime Minister David Ben Gurion. Artist: Unknown
RMCXR61W–British wartime leader Winston Churchill with his famous V for victory sign. Image from the archives of Press Portrait Service (formerly Press Portait Bureau) 1941 image
RMCPJ9FN–Winston Churchill During the Boer War
RM2BGK5E6–The 'Terrible Twins' David Lloyd George and Winston Churchill in 1907 during the peak of their 'radical phase' as social reformers.
RM2CKNWPR–In the Western Desert, August 1942. Winston Churchill viewing the El Alamein positions. In August 1942, after the German advance in the Western Desert had been halted, Sir Winston flew out to Cairo and visited the Alamein positions. He wanted to see for himself the cause of the reverse which had befallen our superior forces and what changes, if any, were needed in the command of that vast theatre of war. Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, 1874 – 1965. British politician, army officer, writer and twice Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
RMF7NH8C–Photograph of Winston Churchill (1874-1965) British politician who was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Dated 1943
RMHGF9CH–Winston Churchill inspects British Army of Occupation. Cologne 1919
RMMHC65B–1945 LIVADIA PALACE Winston Churchill smoking his ever present signature cigar at the entrance of the Livadia Palace during the Yalta Conference in 1945. British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (1874-1965) at the entrance to the Livadia Palace during the Yalta Conference of the leaders of the countries of the anti-Hitler coalition.
RMERH09N–Winston Churchill - portrait of the British politician and Prime Minister making the victory gesture outside of 10 Downing
RMBPWFAR–WINSTON CHURCHILL PRIME MINISTER OF ENGLAND 01 May 1943
RMH28HB9–Young 'Winston Churchill' in 1900
RMBNJE7F–SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL about 1945
RMRKFT6X–Portrait of 2nd Lieutenant Winston Churchill of the 4th Queen's Own Hussars in 1895 as a young man
RMGG29GG–Winston Churchill, Secretary of the Admiralty 1915 Great Britain - World War I Brussels. Musée de la guerre
RMRHDYJC–Sir. Winston Churchill, former British Prime Minister, reviewing troops in Metz, France with French statesman Robert Schuman, a leader in the European Integration following World War II, on July 17, 1946.
RMCXR5KT–Sir Winston Churchill British wartime leader. 1940's image. From the archives of Press Portrait Service (Formerly Press Portrait Bureau)
RMC45H3P–Winston Churchill, 1939
RM2A4TJ99–Young Sir Winston Churchill
RME4C7XN–William Randolph Hearst, Winston Churchill, Louis B. Mayer, Portrait, 1930s
RMDYF2N8–Winston Churchill. Black and white photograph of British politician who was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955.Dated 1929
RF2BC07HR–Winston Churchill at his Epping constituency offices. Election day1935
RM2C21B7E–Chiang Kai Shek and Prime Minister Winston Churchill Propaganda Poster illustration of 'Unity of Strength' Propaganda Poster featuring Chiang Kai Shek and Prime Minister Winston Churchill in foreground with British and Chinese armies marching behind. China Hong Kong Winston Churchill World War II 1940's
RMERHF9Y–Winston Churchill - portrait. British politician, 1874-1965. Prime Minister (1940-1945 and 1951-1955). c.1920s
RMG83H6P–Winston Churchill arrives at Church House to receive the Honorary Freedom of the City of Westminster.
RMBPWFFM–WINSTON CHURCHILL PRIME MINISTER OF ENGLAND 01 June 1950
RMR9MC25–Winston Churchill, seen here as a schoolboy. Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, 1874 –1965. British politician, statesman, army officer, and writer, who was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955.
RMBN2W2R–WINSTON CHURCHILL with US President Roosevelt
RMRKFT6W–Portrait of Winston Churchill in 1900 as a politician in the Lower House of the Houses of Parliament as a young man
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