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30th Annual Churchill Conference Fast Approaches

Program Now Finalized For November Gathering in Washington, D.C.

DCCapitol3Join the Washington-by-Night TourThere is still time to register for the conference that begins Thursday, October 31 at the Park Hyatt Hotel with conference sessions taking place on Friday & Saturday, 1-2 November on the campus of The George Washington University.  The concluding Black Tie Gala Dinner will be held in the Grand Ballroom of the Fairmont Hotel located directly across from the conference hotel.  David Eisenhower will be the Key Note Speaker.  Other speakers include Jean Edward Smith, Elizabeth Edwards Spalding and Raymond Callahan. Click link for registration details:

Conference_LogoYou can register for the conference up to and including the day of the event.  However, please be aware that there is a $50 late fee applied after October 1st.  To register online please CLICK HERE. For printable registration form CLICK HERE. Additionally, the Park Hyatt Hotel has set aside a set of rooms at a special conference rate, but this special offer will end October 1st.  To make hotel reservations online please CLICK HERE.  In addition to the speakers noted above, the program will include Andrew Roberts, Sir David Cannadine, Randolph Churchill, Christopher Bell, Williamson Murray, Jonathan Rose, Mark A. Stoler and Richard Toye.  For the full program, please CLICK HERE.

The Churchill Centre has also arranged three special tours to take place the first day of the conference.  These will be of the National Cryptologic Museum, Dodona Manor (home of Gen. George C. Marshall) and Washington-by-Night. For details about the Crytologic Museum, please CLICK HERE.  For more about Dodona Manor and the Marshall Center, please CLICK HERE.british-visits-whitehouse-01Churchill & FDR at the White House

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