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  1. Winston Spencer-Churchill (10 October 1940 – 2 March 2010), generally known as Winston Churchill, was an English Conservative politician and a grandson of former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill. During the period of his prominence as a public figure, he was normally referred to as Winston Churchill MP, in order to distinguish him ...

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      Churchill was the son of Randolph Churchill, the only son of...

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      Churchill lived in Belgravia, London, where he died aged 69...

  2. okręg zlikwidowany. Multimedia w Wikimedia Commons. Winston Spencer Churchill (ur. 10 października 1940 w Londynie, zm. 2 marca 2010 tamże) – brytyjski polityk, jedyny syn Randolpha Churchilla (jedynego syna brytyjskiego premiera Winstona Churchilla) i Pameli Digby, córki 11. barona Digby .

    • od 9 czerwca 1983, do 1 maja 1997
    • 10 października 1940, Londyn
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  4. Winston Churchill (1940–2010) Winston Spencer-Churchill, allmänt känd som Winston Churchill, född 10 oktober 1940 på Chequers, Buckinghamshire, död 2 mars 2010 i Belgravia, London, var en tidigare brittisk konservativ politiker, ledamot av underhuset 1970-1997 och sonson till sir Winston Churchill.

  5. Winston Churchill (1940–2010) Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. Winston Spencer-Churchill, geralmente conhecido como Winston Churchill ( 10 de outubro de 1940 — 2 de março de 2010 ), foi um político britânico do Partido Conservador e neto do ex-primeiro-ministro Sir Winston Churchill, sendo filho de Randolph Churchill. Referências

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    • St Martin's Church, Bladon
    • 2 de março de 2010 (69 anos), Belgravia
    • 10 de outubro de 1940, Chequers
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    • Journalism Career
    • The "Rommel Gag"?
    • Political Career - Questionable Statements

    Is there any reason that this page is at Winston Spencer Churchill and not Winston Spencer-Churchill, or can it be moved? Proteus (Talk)22:42, 8 May 2004 (UTC) 1. Is the correct version "Spencer-Churchill"? I thought there was no hyphen. However equally I can't recall this Churchill being called WSC - that name is more commonly associated with his ...

    Ref 2 Express says London; ref 7 Guardian obit says Chequers. Jim Michael (talk) 06:07, 3 March 2010 (UTC) From GROName: Winston S ChurchillMother's Maiden Surname: DigbyDate of Registration: Oct Nov Dec 1940Registration district: WycombeRegistration county: Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, MiddlesexVolume Number: 3aPage Number: 2870 (a...

    I'm sure many people would be interested to know the current state of the dynasty. His eldest son is not far off fifty. Do we know anything about him? Is there a new generation? 86.143.232.183 (talk) 22:57, 8 March 2013 (UTC) 1. I certainly agree with you. Time is getting on.--Brenont (talk) 04:59, 5 March 2018 (UTC) 1. 1.1. The younger younger Ran...

    The article currently says: 1. In the 1950s he covered conflict in Yemen and Borneo, and in the 1960s the Vietnam War. Churchill was born in 1940, so for the entirety of the 1950s he was either a child or a teenager. Was he really off covering foreign wars (in Yemen and Borneo) as a journalist? Perhaps the wording could be modified by someone who k...

    Under the heading "Early life: political career", the third sentence of the second paragraph states "When visiting an engineering firm he was again met by the Rommel gag, highlighting as his father had told him of the comparative disadvantage in his name." I am at a loss to understand what the phrase "the Rommel gag" means. A Google search turns up...

    There are a few statements in the "Political career" section of the article that could be seen as dubious. Firstly, the claim relating to his failure in the 1967 Manchester Gorton by-election "spite of the unpopularity of the incumbent Labour government, he lost, but only by 577 votes" suggests (perhaps unintentionally) that this was a poor result....

  6. Apr 17, 2022 · Winston Spencer-Churchill (10 October 1940 – 2 March 2010), generally known as Winston Churchill, was an English Conservative politician and a grandson of former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill. During the period of his prominence as a public figure, he was normally referred to as Winston Churchill MP, in order to distinguish him from his grandfather. His father Randolph ...