Winston Churchill - SR 1894
   On February 20, 1895, Winston Churchill received his first commandment as a second lieutenant in the 4th Queen's Own Hussars. It was his own choice, because he honorably finished his military studies at 20th position. He had just lost his father on January 24, 1895. That day, he lost significant support for his career because in reality, he was raised by a nurse and by the age of seven he was placed in boarding schools as willed the aristocratic uses. His father looked him a long time as a belated because he had a speech impediment and because his grades were below its expect...

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Winston Churchill - SR 1898
   Winston Churchill resigned from the army - In October 1896, Winston Churchill was transferred to Bombay, in British India. An accomplished athlete, he became an indispensable member of the polo team of his regiment. He also used his free time to read history books, Greek philosophers and French authors. In 1897, Churchill was again war correspondent. Then he volunteered to go and fight against the Pashtun tribes in Pakistan. His reports about the battles were his first stories published in the Daily Telegraph. He also wrote for the newspaper The Pioneer. He began to get a goo...

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Winston Churchil 11 06 1899
   On November 6, 1899 Winston Churchill published The River War, an account of the Sudan campaign and the Battle of Omdurman in two volumes. After his electoral defeat, Churchill became a war correspondent for the Morning Post during the Second Boer War that began on October 12, 1899 between Britain and the Boer republics in South Africa. Always seeking notoriety, he did stressful experiences. Following scouts on the forehead, he was taken prisoner and held in captivity near Pretoria. Then he managed to escape and to travel 480 km. This escape has brought him fame in Britain be...

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Winston Churchill - SR 1907
   Winston Churchill married at 33 years and nine months after realizing his ambition to become an MP. He thought not having the right to distractions so long as this goal was not achieved. "And if I could not do it! What a horrible thing! I should have a broken heart, because I have only ambition for myself to hook up." Elected in 1900, he met his future wife, Clementine Hozier, four years later in 1904 in the planetary period Mercury-Moon (from 30 June 1903 to 2 August 1905). Moon in male subjects in nocturnal birth chart represents the mother and also the wife. They took fo...

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Winston Churchill - SR 1910
   Winston Churchill First Lord of the Admiralty - After his first election victory as member Churchill sat with members of the Conservative party in Parliament. From 1903, the Conservatives decided to support protectionism to promote domestic trade. In March 1904, Churchill was remarked in a speech in favor of free trade, which led to the break with his party. He left it the end of 1904 to support the program of the Liberal Party. This is this party that won the elections in December 1905. The leader of the Liberal Party became prime minister and appointed Churchill, Under-Secr...

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Winston Churchill - SR 1916
   After serving five months on the West Front in France, Winston Churchill returned in March 1916 to intervene to the House of Commons in London, where he was still a member. He was appointed Minister of Munitions on July 17, 1917 in a liberal-conservative coalition government. His role was to ensure the supplies of arms for troops. He thought that the tanks could make a difference. The armistice was signed on November 11, 1918 ending four years of war that saw the mobilization of more than 42 millions of Allied soldiers and 25 millions of hostile soldiers. In January 1919, he ...

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Winston Churchill - SR 1921
   Winston Churchill lost his parliamentary mandate in the elections of November 15, 1922. His wife Clementine had to represent him during the campaign because he fell seriously ill and was operated on for an appendectomy. He supported the Liberal Party was divided between two leaders. He traveled for his convalescence on the French Riviera where he indulged in his hobby, painting pictures. He lost re-election in Leicester on 6 December 1923. Winston Churchill left the Liberal Party because he formed a new government with Labour. He chose to be an independent and after another f...

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Winston Churchill SR 1938
  Winston Churchill was Chancellor of the Exchequer until the elections of 30 May 1929, which saw the defeat of the Conservative Party. He participated at conferences in the United States which led him to be present at the New York Stock Exchange on October 24, 1929 famous day called Black Thursday. Then he went through ten years of erasure because it disagreed with the views of the majority of his party. He defended energetic options when the time was to moderation. It was the spirit anti-war that dominated into public opinion. He devoted his time to pursue his literary work.  ...

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Winston Churchill - SR 1939
  Winston Churchill was appointed Prime Minister by King George VI May 10, 1940 at 18:30. The same morning, Adolf Hiter had ordered the invasion of France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Netherlands ending the phoney war, the first eight months of the war that saw no offensive against France. This appointment was the result of the disowning outgoing Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain, by the members of Labour and the Liberals after his hesitations. Facing him, Churchill argued a more aggressive strategy that of preventive even in neutral countries of Europe interventions.   ...

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Winston Churchill SR 1944
   On 7 May 1945, in a school of Reims, France, the German general staff of the Western Front signed its unconditional surrender. Winston Churchill was able to proclaim the surrender of Germany and the cessation of hostilities at midnight one minute. The next day, the Nazi general staff at Berlin confirmed its surrender.   On 19 May 1945, the Labour Party left the government for ending the period of national unity of wartime. New elections were held on July 5. The surprising result gave victory for the first time since its foundation, to the Labour Party. After le...

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Winston Churchill - SR 1952
   After his defeat in 1945, Winston Churchill devoted himself to his two passions of writing and painting. He accepted the responsibility of Leader of the Opposition obtained through his experience and his popularity. He oriented his communication on international issues. The victory of 1945 had the effect of strengthening the communist dictatorship of Stalin. Many European countries, such as Poland sacrificed, found themselves behind the "Iron Curtain" under the domination of the Bolsheviks. Winston Churchill positioned the Conservatives political line to the center-right. At ...

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   While working at 10 Downing Street, Winston Churchill suffered a stroke on June 23, 1953. His secretariat announced that he was very tired and weak to justify several weeks of absence and recovering from this event kept secret. He had a passing language impairment and difficulty in movement. He have attended a meeting of the Conservative Party in October of the same year. Following this attack, he decided to retire in 1955 at eighty years. In the Horoscope of Winston Churchill:   On June 23, 1953 is positioned at 13° 18' of Pisces. This degree of the...

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Winston Churchill - 10 15 1953
   Winston Churchill accepted the Nobel Prize in literature on October 15, 1953 "for his mastery of historical and biographical description as well as for brilliant oratory in defending exalted human values". Its most famous works are six volumes of memories, The Second World War, and four volumes of history, A History of the English-Speaking Peoples, that cover the period from Caesar's invasions of Britain (55 av. J.-C.) to the beginning of the First World War (1914).   In 1953, the queen Elizabeth II named him Knights of the Garter. In 1958, General de Gaulle ap...

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