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Andrew Roberts Returns

Churchill Biographer Joins 36th International Conference

Early-Bird Ticket Sales End This Month

Award-winning author Andrew Roberts, author of the best-selling biography Churchill: Walking with Destiny, has joined our lineup of speakers for the 36th International Churchill Conference, which will take place in Washington, D.C. at the Georgetown Marriott October 29–31. Early-Bird ticket sales continue until the end of this month. To register, please CLICK HERE.

This year’s conference will have the theme “Churchill: Masters of our Fate.” Having widely toured Britain and North America to speak about his acclaimed Churchill biography, Roberts will be speaking about the public perception of Churchill today.

The conference event schedule will include an opening night reception at Anderson House, the historic headquarters of the Society of the Cincinnati, on Tuesday, Oct. 29. The conference will conclude on the 31st with a screening of Churchill and the Movie Mogul, a brilliant new documentary by filmmaker John Fleet about Winston Churchill’s relationship with Alexander Korda, the primary founder of the British film industry. Fleet, who wrote about this subject in Finest Hour 179, will speak directly after the screening.

More program details will be posted during the coming months. We look forward to seeing you in Washington this fall!

Take advantage of Early-Bird ticket pricing to get the best rates. Prices will increase starting in June. To register, please CLICK HERE.

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