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Churchillcentral.com

New Website Brings Together All Things Churchill

10520700 1474034449508615 27271953994122197 oThe fiftieth anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill sees the launch of a new website commemorating his life work and achievements. Churchill Central will further advance Sir Winston’s legacy for future generations.

Churchillcentral.com is a hub for Churchill-related organizations to collaborate and share content that is of great value to all those interested in the life and legacy of Winston Churchill. It is a unique resource for users that informs and inspires.

You can learn about the different stages in Churchill’s life, from the time he was a child through to his years as an elder statesman. You can also explore themes based on aspects of his multi-faceted character. A unique interactive timeline allows users to navigate their way through all the key years in his long and varied life, as well as exploring events and developments taking place elsewhere in the world.

The Churchill Central website has been funded by The Churchill Centre UK and developed by Bloomsbury Publishing Plc. on behalf of the Churchill 2015 organizations including: The National Churchill Library and Center of the United States, The National Churchill Museum of the United States, The International Churchill Society of Canada, The Churchill Archives Centre, The Churchill War Rooms, Churchill College, Blenheim Palace, The National Trust, and more.

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The International Churchill Society (ICS), founded in 1968 shortly after Churchill's death, is the world’s preeminent member organisation dedicated to preserving the historic legacy of Sir Winston Churchill.

At a time when leadership is challenged at every turn, that legacy looms larger and remains more relevant than ever.