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37th International Churchill Conference

Churchill in Adversity

this ONLINE conference is free of charge*

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23 and 24 OCTOBER 2020

Broadcast Live From Churchill College, Cambridge

*Registration is Required

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Conference Start Times
2:00 PM London (BST)
9:00 AM Washington/Toronto (EST)
6:00 AM Los Angeles/Vancouver (PST)

This conference has been GENEROUSLY sponsored by

Laurence Geller CBE

Jean-Paul & Isabelle Montupet

Ron and Eleanor Luke

Dr Ron & Eleanor Luke

Robert & Regina Muehlhauser

Gretchen B Kimball

Philip & Erin Boeckman

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We would like to thank our generous sponsors which is allowing us to bring this conference to you online–entirely for free*. 

*Registration is required.

we would also like to thank our event partners

Royal United Services Institute, London

America's National Churchill Museum

National Churchill Library

and Center

Join Us Online from London for the 2020 Virtual

37th International Churchill Conference

23 - 24 OCTOBER 2020

Portrait of Winston Churchill at the RAF Club bar, London



Conference sessions will begin at 2:00 PM London (BST) and run though until 6:00 PM.

During the day distinguished speakers will include former British Prime Minister Sir John Major in conversation with former Foreign Secretary Lord Hague. Speakers will also include Randolph Churchill, Admiral Chris Parry, Karen von Hippel, Paul Rafferty, Barry Phipps, Lord Boateng and Andrew Roberts.

Churchill's favourite Champagne Pol Roger



Conference sessions will begin at 2:00 PM London (BST) and run though until 6:15 PM.

During the second day, sessions will include Mitchell Reiss in conversation with current US National Security Advisor Robert C O'Brien, Katherine Carter introducing a selection of videos remembering Churchill though a female lens, plus David Reynolds and Catherine Katz. The day will conclude with remarks by Lord Dobbs, best known as the author of the House of Cards trilogy. 

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We hope that you will be able to join us for this special online event live from London.


Chartwell Trellis

Chartwell, in the Kent countryside

America's National Churchill Museum

America's National Churchill Museum


Churchill College, Cambridge

National Churchill Library and Center

National Churchill Library and Center


During the conference we will bring you exclusive interviews from historic Churchill sites.

Further conference details, speaker profiles and updates will be announced in Finest Hour, Churchill Bulletin and here on our conference page.

Join Us from London for the 2020 Virtual

37th International Churchill Conference

23 - 24 OCTOBER 2020

Winston Churchill

The Life of Churchill

'I am always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught…'

Sir Winston S Churchill 

Winston Churchill was born at the family's ancestral home, Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, on 30 November 1874, he was a British politician, army officer, and writer. He was the prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945, when he led Britain to victory in the Second World War, and again from 1951 to 1955. Churchill represented five constituencies during his career as a Member of Parliament (MP). In his lifetime Churchill published more than forty books in sixty volumes, as well as hundreds of articles. In 1953 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature for his contribution to the written and spoken word.

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The International Churchill Society (ICS) is an international non-profit educational association dedicated to preserving the thoughts, words and deeds of Sir Winston Churchill.

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The International Churchill Society (ICS), founded in 1968 shortly after Churchill's death, is the world’s preeminent member organisation dedicated to preserving the historic legacy of Sir Winston Churchill.

At a time when leadership is challenged at every turn, that legacy looms larger and remains more relevant than ever.