On July 16, 1945, after being defeated in the elections the previous day, Winston Churchill resigned as Prime Minister of Britain. However, he was to become Prime Minister again.
Here’s a quick test about milestones in the life of Winston Churchill your students should know.
- In what year was he born?
- When did he first become Prime Minister?
- When did he become Prime Minister for the second time?
- What year was he knighted and by whom?
- He won a Nobel prize – what for and in what year?
- What date and year did he die?
Remembered by many, as one of the greatest British leaders of the 20th Century, Winston Churchill had an inherent drive to achieve his highest potential throughout his life. In this fascinating title from The Amazing People Club®, get an insight into the extraordinary life of the man who held the post of Prime Minister of Britain. He had a great thirst for adventure which led him to pursue journalistic travels, where he penned great writings. He also had a keen interest in art and used it as his saviour for when he experienced some of his darker and depressed moments, which he described as ‘the black dog’.
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- 1953 by Queen Elizabeth II
- Literature in 1953
- Jan 24, 1965
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