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File:Winston Churchill 1874 - 1965 Q113382.jpg

English: Winston Churchill 1874 - 1965
A half length portrait of Winston Churchill in 1900.
Date 1900 (Pre-1914)
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Foreign Office Political Intelligence Department (pid) Second World War Photograph Library-

classified Print Collection
  • Associated people and organisations
    Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer
  • Associated themes
    Great Britain pre-1914
  • Associated keywords
    Government, central, Politics
Category photographs


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