October 30, 2021

2022 Churchill Conference in Kansas City

The International Churchill Society and the National World War I Museum and Memorial are pleased to announce that the 39th International Churchill Conference will be held at the museum in Kansas City, Missouri next October 6-8, 2022.

“We are so pleased to be hosting our next annual conference at the National World War I Museum and Memorial, an unrivaled historical institution in one of America’s best cities,” Society Chairman Laurence Geller CBE said. “Beyond the deep ties between Churchill and the Great War, this conference hosted in joint partnership with the Museum and Memorial will provide a fresh look at the legacy of the Great War on the world we live in today.”

“It is a privilege to host the International Churchill Conference,” said Dr. Matthew Naylor, President and CEO of the National WWI Museum and Memorial. “The Conference will be an exciting opportunity to explore the legacy of this iconic leader who was profoundly shaped by WWI, and we look forward to welcoming attendees from across the globe to Kansas City.”

More details will be provided as the date draws near. Activities will include conference sessions and events at the Museum and Memorial, plus programming at America’s National Churchill Museum in Fulton, Missouri.

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About the International Churchill Society:

Formed in 1968, the International Churchill Society exists to foster and support interest in the life, times, and legacy of Sir Winston Churchill; ensuring that his history and heritage survive to inform and educate future generations, while using his memory to inspire the leaders of tomorrow. To learn more please visit winstonchurchill.org.

About the National World War I Museum and Memorial:

The National WWI Museum and Memorial is America’s leading institution dedicated to remembering, interpreting and understanding the Great War and its enduring impact on the global community. The Museum and Memorial fulfills its mission by:

  • Maintaining the Liberty Memorial as a beacon of freedom and a symbol of the courage, patriotism, sacrifice, and honor of all who served in World War I
  • Interpreting the history of World War I to encourage public involvement and informed decision-making
  • Providing exhibitions and educational programs that engage diverse audiences
  • Collecting and preserving historical materials with the highest professional standards

“I might take a train; I might take a plane; But if I have to walk, I’m going just the same.
I’m going to Kansas City; Kansas City here I come!”

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