Winston Churchill's Most Inspiring and Motivating Quotes
Winston Churchill is best-remembered as Great Britain’s wartime prime minister, who helped lead the allies to victory during World War II.
This Place is the Polar Bear Capital of the World
But in the frozen tundras of Canada, a small town called Churchill attracts nature photographers and documentary film crews from all around the world, because here one can easily find polar bears, roaming outside and inside the town. Would you like a polar bear as a neighbor?
22 Facts That Will Change What You Think You Know
Here are 22 interesting facts on a variety of topics, from Facebook to Winston Churchill: H/T: ebaumsworld.com 22 Interesting & Random Facts animals, funny, science, interesting, facts, Facebook From Facebook to Winston Churchill, these 22 surprising facts are very interesting.
Chef Creates Desserts You Wouldn't Eat at First Glance
Chef Ben Churchill specializes in creating stunning desserts that look like other foods and everyday objects. At first glance, you wouldn’t think about eating these items for dessert, but that would be foolish on your part as they’re still absolutely delicious.
QUIZ: Can You Identify the Historical Figure?
Winston Churchill was of course the prime minister of England during WWII. Winston Churchill Neville Chamberlain Dwight D. Eisenhower Harold Wilson Who is this painter? Michelangelo Rembrandt Picasso Caravaggio Who is the figure in the pink robe?
Peek Inside This Historical Photo Album of Famous Faces
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These History Facts Sound Unlikely But They’re Accurate!
The Unbelievable Life of Mad Jack Churchill Jack Churchill after the war (colorized) Image Source: Cassowary Colorizations/ Flickr The man in the photograph above is a WWII hero like no other, as he is known as the only British soldier to hit a target from a longbow during World War II.
History Really Starts to Come Alive When You Add Color
Winston Churchill with his son and grandson on Queen Elizabeth II’s Coronation Day, 1953 18. A group photo from the 5th Solvay Conference on quantum mechanics, 1927 19. A young Winston Churchill when he was in the 4th Queen's Hussar's Cavalry, 1895 20.
When World Leaders Paint...
Winston Churchill, former British Prime Minister Dwight Eisenhower , former U.S. President When World Leaders Paint... art, paintings, surprising, leaders These are not the kind of people you'd expect to actually pick up a paint brush. But they have...
Do You Power Nap? If Not, Here's Why You Should!
JFK, Edison, and Churchill were all fond of napping in between running their respective countries and laboratories, and after you have watched this video, you'll understand why.
The Innovation That Helped the Allies Win World War II
The Churchill Tank was one of the allies’ biggest assets in World War II but it also posed a problem. These vehicles weighed at least 40 tons each, a massive weight that would cause many bridges to buckle.
17 Iconic Celebrities with Famous Grandchildren
Winston Churchill And Arabella Churchill Image Source: Wikimedia Commons , Wikipedia \ Winston Churchill's granddaughter, Arabella Churchill, is the founder of the charity organization Children's World. Interestingly, she is also one of the developers of the annual Glastonbury Music Festival.
13 Quotes From the Greatest Minds of the 20th Century
(Winston Churchill) 2. " If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." (Albert Einstein) 3. "Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less."
QUIZ: Did These Events Take Place During WWI or WWII?
In the words of Winston Churchill, "never, never, never give up!" Try Again Show my mistakes Close Victory... Share Result Nice job!
10 Artistic Masterpieces That We Will Never Know
Portrait of Winston Churchill , Graham Sutherland In 1954, the artist Graham Sutherland was commissioned to paint a full-length portrait of Winston Churchill in celebration of is 80th birthday.
Quiz: Who Said These Famous Quotes?
Winston Churchill Joseph Stalin John Kennedy Franklin D. Roosevelt "Life is what happens when you're busy making other plans." John Lennon Elvis Presely David Bowie Johnny Cash "Don't let schooling interfere with your education."
These Animals Rock Their Hats As Well As My World!
Churchill? Is that YOU? Somehow I don't think she feels the whimsy... Now that is one cool customer. This hamster is on his way to a carrot fiesta. Is this considered one hat, or three? Pirates need hats, and so do their dogs. These Animals Rock Their Hats As Well As My World!
Was Coco Chanel a Nazi Spy? Evidence Would Suggest So!
She delivered a personal letter to a close friend, Winston Churchill, who was the Prime Minister of England at that time. It appears that the letter tried to persuade Churchill to end all hostilities with Germany.
Everyone Loves Pets, Including These Famous People.
Dean With Marcus, Gift He Received From Elizabeth Taylor Frank Sinatra With His Dog Ringo Humphrey Bogart And Mac, the Scottish Terrier John Lennon and Yoko Ono With a Black Feline Friend Marilyn Monroe And Maf Pablo Picasso With His Cat and Wiener Dog Lump Stephen King And His Corgi Marlowe Winston Churchill
20 Savage Burns That Will Live on into Eternity
What the British Prime Minister Winston Churchill said to Lady Astor, the first female Member of Parliament, after she called him “disgustingly drunk.” “Bill Clinton is a man who thinks international affairs means dating a girl from out of town.”
If Only I Could Step Back in Time to These Glorious Days
A young Winston Churchill. 6. Can you guess who this is? Alice Lidell, who played Alice in 'Alice in Wonderland'. 7. A tricky game of lights and shadows. Walt Disney, 1939. 8. Willard Scott, the first Ronald McDonald. 9. The first Michelin man. 10. The famous Bonnie and Clyde. 11.
The Fascinating Last Words of Famous Historical Figures
Winston Churchill Leonardo da Vinci Lord Nelson, dying on the deck of his ship HMS Victory during the Battle of Trafalgar, 1805. Oscar Wilde, playwright and novelist Charles Darwin Pablo Picasso Thomas Edison Voltaire, satirist, when asked by a priest to renounce Satan.
From the Photo Albums of Very Famous People...
Winston Churchill in his school uniform, age 14, 1889. Marilyn Monroe, then still Norma Jean Baker, age 19, 1945. George Clooney with his family, Age 7, 1968. Bill Clinton, aged 12, plays the saxophone, 1958. High school senior Robin Williams, age 18, 1969.
These 11 Quotes Don’t Belong to Those You Think They Do
If you're not a conservative by the time you're 35, you have no brain. " (not Winston Churchill) Churchill never said the above-mentioned quote.