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Churchill’s Daimler takes a leading role

IT is not often that a car can claim to have shaped history but the importance of a distinguished Daimler appearing on The Grand Avenue at the London Classic Car Show (February 15-18) should not be underestimated. 330 more words


Renfield Speaks Out On America's Proposed Mandatory National Biometric ID Program

Renfield Speaks Out On America’s Proposed Mandatory National Biometric ID Program

British MP Renfield R. Renfield stood up in the House of Commons and said, “I’ve been alerted by one of my friends (Renfield did not bother mentioning to his Parliamentary colleagues that friend was the ghost of the late Sir Winston Churchill who appeared to Renfield every time Renfield drank from his Churchillian bottle of brandy) about the dangers inherent in U.S. 346 more words

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Cinephile Stock: Darkest Hour


Sir Winston Churchill is one of the most recognisable figures of modern history. The short, stout, cigar-chomping, hat-donning and cane-wielding Conservative-Liberal-Conservative again politician is the kind of person whose picture you see once and then it never leaves you. 1,253 more words


Sir Renfield and Sir Winston On New Year's Day

Sir Renfield and Sir Winston On New Year’s Day

Sir Renfield R. Renfield (who called himself that even though he hadn’t been officially knighted yet) had taken his oil painting of Sir Winston Churchill home with him from his MP’s office to his bedroom in the colossal London mansion of the billionaire ancient Egyptian vampire Set. 501 more words

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Gallipoli Lone Pine

Samuel has more than a fleeting fascination with war.

I had to steel myself to this concept as War World Ι and War World ΙΙ represented casualties beyond belief and it saddens me to listen to those stories. 177 more words


Sir Winston Churchill

I loved watching “Fantastic Beast And Where to Find Them”  – J.K Rowlings.  I also love ‘Sherlock Holmes’ movies with Robert Downey Jnr and Jude Law. 94 more words


History Nuggets: 1941 FDR and Winston share war and Christmas Eve dinner

As the United States celebrated Christmas for the first time as combatants in WWII (while still climbing out of the Great Depression), the dinner menu at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue  reflected the country’s wartime sacrifice. 35 more words

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