“Churchill´s Finest Hour 1940-1945” now moves on the Bristol Central Library after a successful run.
From July 11th – August 31th it will be put on show at Portsmouth Central Library at Guildhall Square.
Churchill had a long time “relationship” with Portsmouth The most important British Navel base in England. He visited the city many times during the Second World War.
A street had been named after him in Portsmouth; Winston Churchill Avenue.
“It is with great joy that Portsmouth Central Library had given me time to show the exhibition. Because of lack of space the exhibition will be smaller but it will not effect what people can see. It were planned from the beginning that it could be scaled up and down so it could fit in nearly everywere”, says exhabit creator Niels Bjerre.
After Portsmouth the exhibition will go on to Bletchley Park coincide with the 70th Anniversary of Churchill´s first “Most Secret” visit to “Station X” in the beginning of September 1941.
“I’m also very pleased that I has been invited by The Churchill Center for an exchusive exhibit at the 28th International Churchill Conference in London at The Marriott Hotel. It is a fantastic climax to end the first part of my trip at this conference,” ends Bjerre.