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In his lifetime, Churchill published more than 40 books in 60 volumes, plus hundreds of artciles. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953.

International Churchill Society Canada

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Bloomsbury Publishing

Bloomsbury Publishing Plc

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International Churchill Society

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National Churchill Leadership Center

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Churchill Family

The Churchill Family and Curtis Brown (London)

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Churchill College, Cambridge

Churchill College, Cambridge

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Winston and Clementine's country home Chartwell

Chartwell, The National Trust

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America’s National Churchill Museum

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Churchill Archives Centre

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Blenheim Palace

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The Benefice of Blenheim and Bladon

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Winston Churchill Memorial Trust

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The English Speaking Union

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International Churchill Society United Kingdom

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Churchill Archive for Schools

The entire Churchill Archive has been digitised and is online. The archive is available free of charge to high schools worldwide due to the generous donation by International Churchill Society Chairman, Laurence Geller CBE.

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Finest Hour

Search online archives for articles, documents and more..

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Writing, Articles & Books

In his lifetime, Churchill published more than 40 books in 60 volumes.

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Young Churchillians

Working to celebrate the life and achievements of a great leader.

Young Churchillians

Publications

In his lifetime, Churchill published more than 40 books in 60 volumes.

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