|Birthname||Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill|
|born on||30 November 1874 at 01:30 (= 01:30 AM )|
|Place||Woodstock, England, 51n52, 1w21|
|Timezone||GMT h0e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||07°43' 29°37 Asc. 29°56'|
British politician, a descendant of the 1st Duke of Marlborough (1650 to 1722). His father, Lord Randolph, was the second son of the 7th Duke of Marlborough and his mother, the notorious beauty, American-born Lady Jennie Jerome. Winston graduated from military college in 1895 and as a member of the peerage, entered the House of Commons in 1901. Though a member of Parliament he was excluded from the Cabinet until the war came to Britain.
In 1940 and 1951 he was elected as Prime Minister of Great Britain until 4/05/1955, when he resigned. One of the greatest statesmen in world history, Churchill is known as the great WW II Prime Minister.
Churchill was also a noted speaker, historian, soldier, war reporter and author-biographer. By the age of 57, he was a renowned writer. He wrote a six volume history of WW II which earned him the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953. The same year, he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II.
His further interests included hunting, history, architecture, philosophy, landscaping and painting. He once told a friend, "Were it not for painting, I couldn't bear the strain of things." His intense commitment to painting began in 1915, when he was 41 years old. After playing a key role in the ill-conceived and disastrous invasion of the Dardanelle's, he was removed from his post as first lord of the Admiralty and believed his career was over. During frustrating days, he found that he "knew everything and could do nothing." As an escape, he rented Hoe Farm in Surrey as a place to hide and lick his wounds. He paced and worried until, one weekend, his sister-in-law came to visit, and with no ado, set up an easel and proceeded to sketch. Winston was intrigued and lady Gwendeline handed him a watercolor set. He had found his escape and with typical Churchillian intensity, he pursued it with zeal.
On 9/12/1908 he married Clementine Hozier. They had five children; Diana, Randolph, Sarah, Mary, and Marigold who died in 1921 at three years of age. A well-to-do man, on 3/30/1959 thieves broke into his home and stole three diamond necklaces that belonged to his wife.
Born prematurely, Churchill suffered delicate health. He was troubled by a speech impediment, lisping and stuttering. At times his secretary's would guess at a word rather than interrupt, as he found it intolerable to have an interruption of his creative flow. He survived several strokes, bouts of bronchitis, pneumonia and jaundice throughout his long life. He called his periodical spells of depression "the black dog on my back." During his final decade, he gave up reading, writing, seldom spoke and when he did, was difficult to understand. Just after Christmas 1965, he suffered another stoke and developed a bad cough. He died peacefully at 8:00 AM of 1/25/1965 at the age of 90, London.
Churchill is often quoted, due to his exacting and stirring rhetoric. In 1940, days after Hitler began to march on Holland, Belgium and France, he called for "victory in spite of all terror, victory, however long and hard that road may be." Forthright and morally unflinching, he stood as the masthead of England, a figure of nobility and leadership.
- associate relationship with de Gaulle, Charles (born 22 November 1890)
- associate relationship with George V, King of England (born 3 June 1865)
- associate relationship with George VI, King of England (born 14 December 1895)
- associate relationship with Roosevelt, Franklin D. (born 30 January 1882)
- associate relationship with Stalin, Joseph (born 18 December 1878)
- associate relationship with Truman, Harry S. (born 8 May 1884)
- opponent/rival/enemy relationship with Attlee, Clement (born 3 January 1883)
- opponent/rival/enemy relationship with Hitler, Adolf (born 20 April 1889)
- opponent/rival/enemy relationship with Mussolini, Benito (born 29 July 1883)
- child->parent relationship with Churchill, Lady Randolph (born 9 January 1854)
- child->parent relationship with Churchill, Randolph (born 13 February 1849)
- (has as) worker relationship with Eden, Anthony (born 12 June 1897)
- (has as) worker relationship with MacMillan, Harold (born 10 February 1894)
- (has as) worker relationship with Montgomery, Bernard (born 17 November 1887)
- Other Family 1921 (Youngest daughter died at three)
- Work : New Career 1940 (First term as P.M.)
- Work : Gain social status 1951 (Second term as P.M.)
- Work : Gain social status 1953 (Knighted by Queen Elizabeth)
- Work : Prize 1953 (Nobel Prize in Literature)
T. Pat Davis quotes R.G. Martin "Jennie," rectified to 1:19 AM. John Addey quotes his dad's letter for 1:30 AM, AJ/67
- Traits : Personality : Principled strongly
- Diagnoses : Psychological : Depression (Periods of black depressions, called it "my black dog.")
- Diagnoses : Psychological : Dyslexia
- Diagnoses : Psychological : Stutter, Tics (Stuttered, lisped)
- Family : Childhood : Family noted (Dad)
- Family : Relationship : Marriage more than 15 Yrs (Long term relationship)
- Family : Relationship : Number of Marriages (One, lasting)
- Family : Parenting : Kids more than 3 (Five kids)
- Family : Parenting : Kids -Traumatic event (Youngest child died)
- Passions : Criminal Victim : Financial crime victim (Diamond necklaces stolen)
- Personal : Death : Long life more than 80 yrs (Age 91)
- Vocation : Art : Fine art artist (Painter)
- Vocation : Military : Military service
- Vocation : Politics : Heads of state (P.M.)
- Vocation : Writers : Autobiographer
- Vocation : Writers : Textbook/ Non-fiction
- Notable : Extraordinary Talents : For Leadership
- Notable : Extraordinary Talents : For Meritorious achievement
- Notable : Awards : Knighted
- Notable : Awards : Nobel prize (Literature)
- Notable : Famous : Historic figure (World leader during WW II)
- Notable : Famous : Top 5% of Profession
- Notable : Book Collection : American Book