Margaret Thatcher 2 11 1975
   February 11, 1975, Margaret Thatcher became head of the Conservative party. Party lost two consecutive elections. It is thanks to this first victory she became the first woman prime minister of a Western government, four years later on May 3, 1979. In the Horoscope of Margaret Thatcher:   February 11, 1975 is positioned at 29°51' Virgo in House XI. It is the point of convergence of the Moon at 1°13' (28°38' for native Moon). This degree has also a conjunction with the Part of Fortune (24°24' Virgo). It has a Very Powerful force.   The...

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Indira Gandhi SR 1965
   Indira Gandhi was born on November 19, 1917 in Allahabad near Agra in India about 200 km southeast of New Delhi. She fought for the independence of India alongside her father Jawaharlal Nehru, who became the first Prime Minister of independent India in 1947. Teenager, she organized the youth movement of her party. So she forged of unbreakable relationships with those who became future leaders and members of her party. She became president of the electoral commission of the party and Minister of Information in 1964 at the death of her father. Then, Indira Gandhi was elected pr...

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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 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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