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35th International Churchill Conference November 9-11, 2018

Location: Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia

The International Churchill Society is pleased to announce that the Thirty-fifth International Churchill Conference will be held at the historic Williamsburg Lodge at Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia on November 9-11, 2018. Hotel reservations can be made here.

The conference will get underway with a reception on Friday, November 9th at 6 PM and conclude Sunday, November 11th  at 12 noon. The final day of the conference will mark the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice agreement that brought to an end the First World War.

The keynote for our thirty-fifth international conference will be by Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy (ret.), Supreme Court of the United States.

This year’s speakers will include Emma Soames, Andrew Roberts, David Cannadine, Edward Lengel, Daniel Todman, John Bew, Mitchell Reiss, Brough Scott and Felix Klos.

During the conference, historian Andrew Roberts will speak about his major new Churchill biography Walking with Destiny, which will be published in the autumn of 2018.

Williamsburg Lodge Hotel Reservations

Online

Reservations can be made online here.

By Phone

Attendees may call toll-free number +1 800-261-9530 to make reservations.

The conference reservations office is open Monday-Friday, 8:30-5:00.  Please use the Booking ID 761203 when calling.

Visit the Colonial Williamsburg website for more information on what to see and do.

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