Winston Churchill

Prime Minister of England During WWII

by Gabriel Richner

Mini BIO - Winston Churchill

"Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm."

About Winston Churchill

Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill Was born on November 30, 1874, at Blenheim Palace in the United Kingdom. Winston Churchill grew up in a noble family. As a child, he was considered an independent and rebellious student and did not do well at the first two of the schools he went to. Later on, he decided to take a career in the military.'Never, never, never give up." He once said as It took him three tries to pass the exam to the British Royal Military College.

Winston Churchill's greatest accomplishment was when he was prime minister during WWII.Winston Churchill became Prime minister during WWII because The People thought he was the right person for the job. In 1940, Churchill said his famous "We shall fight on the beaches" speech. "You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life." He said this to address that it is a good thing that they were going against Nazis Germany to stop their world and wanted other nations to join in the fight.When he joined he hoped America would join the war which they did when the Japanese bombed pearl harbor. Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin worked together to stop the axis powers, Germany, Italy and Japan. In 1945, The allies beat German which marked the end of WWII and his time for prime minister until 1951 where he became prime minister again.

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Winston Conflicts

"Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm." is what Winston Churchill once said. He himself has had many failures and challenges he had to face in order to be successful. One Conflict he had with-in himself was his speech disability. Winston Churchill had Lisp which causes words with s to sound like Th like in thick and z is pronounce Th in words like this. He also had dyslexia which is also a reading disability. This was one of his challenges that he overcome. His example of overcoming it was in his "Their Finest Hour" speech. His 'Their Finest Hour" was one of the greatest speeches said during WWII and he practice his pronunciations of words which help him execute the speech greatly Winston Churchill had other conflicts like passing the exam to get into the British Royal Military College.

Winston's Life Message

I believe that Winston Churchills message is that There are many failures and obstacles in your way to success. The only way to get there is if you are confident and not losing hope or enthusiasm. Eventually, you will get your success, you just got to be patient.


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