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Previous Printed Editions of Chartwell Bulletin

From Churchill’s beloved country home (1922-65) he would occasionally issue “Chartwell Bulletins” to convey happenings and events. The Chartwell Bulletin began in 2001 as a single sheet to announce Churchill Centre events. In 2006, it was expanded to include all organizational, educational international, national and local news and the Annual Report in mid-year. This allows Finest Hour to devote itself strictly to Churchill topics. In mid-2010 the printed edition was replaced with a digital edition.

March 2010
Bulletin 23
June 2010
Bulletin 24
Churchill Statesmanship Award to Lady Thatcher; Leadership Award to Bill Marriott, Jr.; New Churchill Crossword Puzzle by Larry Kryske; Third High School Teacher Institute; Vancouver Speaker’s Bureau; Regional and National News. Last print edition of Chartwell Bulletin; How Bad a Student was Churchill?; WSC, Taxes, 1940 and the Vote; Honorary Members 1968-2010; Local News; Critiques from members-and non-members; Churchill’s
1941 warning to Japan.

September 2009
Bulletin 21
December 2009
Bulletin 22
Annual Report for 2008-09: Auditor, Executive, Development, Education, Website and Publications Reports. Student Essay, “What I Admire about Churchill.” Local events. Long-Range Permanence: Keeping the Churchill Centre Dedicated to Churchill. 2009 San Francisco International Churchill Conference with George Shultz, Michael Beschloss and Justice Clarence Thomas; 2009 Awards; Editorial Board; Churchill Tribute Gifts; Churchill Museum events; Local, Regional and National news.

July 2009
Bulletin 20
April 2009
Bulletin 19
“Churchill for Today”: 2009 International Conference, San Francisco. “Churchill and Ireland”: 2008 Conference, Boston. Teacher/student seminars: Arizona State, Williams and Hillsdale Colleges. Churchill at National Council for History Education. Local and regional events.
Churchill Tours XVI (Morocco) and XVII (Mediterranean on the Onassis yacht Christina) with WSC’s granddaughter Celia Sandys. San Diego and Pittsburgh seminars. Preview, 2009 International Churchill Conference, San Francisco. Successful 2008 Heritage Fund appeal.
December 2008
Bulletin 18
September 2008
Bulletin 17
First Annual Churchill Polo Cup, Connecticut. Summer Institute for high school teachers, Cambridge and London, UK. 2008 Annual Appeal. Churchill wedding centenary celebration, London. “Churchill and France” Paris conference. Applying Churchill: a Personal Experience. Annual Report for 2007-08. Churchill Tour XV: “Churchill’s Scotland.” New website. Student/teacher programs at Vanderbilt and Baylor Universities and the College of William and Mary. Sir Martin Gilbert Essay Contest. Advance Placement History in Michigan.
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August 2003
Bulletin 4
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March 2004
Bulletin 5

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