A Man of Many Words

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Winston Churchill was said to be an accomplished speaker, author, painter, soldier and war reporter throughout the First World War and the Second World War. He was born in Great Britain November 30, 1874, and he died on January 24, 1965. He was married to his wife Clementine. He lived an adventurous life and wrote several literature masterpieces describing the life he led, the lives he witnessed, and the struggles of living and serving through two world wars. Winston Churchill began his career as an author after a career in the army as well as holding many government positions. The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Churchill in 1953,"for his mastery of historical and biographical description as well as for brilliant oratory in defending exalted human values" (Nobelprize.org, 2011). Churchill’s love for writing and love of education allowed him to write numerous stories that have helped define the life of his father, Lord Randolph Churchill, writing a biography of his life, as well as the history of the First World War, and his memoirs of the Second World War. Churchill wrote a biography on the life of his father and his service to the British government. This essay will depict several important milestones through out the life of Mr. Winston Churchill and educate those who are unaware of the accomplishments of Winston Churchill, as well as what led Churchill to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1953 based on several of his award winning writings.. The first paragraph will depict the background of Churchill’s life that led him to become the renowned author he was. As a child Churchill was sent to private school, and was considered the “lowest boy, in the lowest class” (u-s-history.com, 2011). As he progressed through school he de...

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...reat attributes. He devoted his entire life to his country in ways most men or women couldn’t even imagine. He had seen everything from the frontlines to the head seat in parliament. He lived his live through his literature, that at a young age he did not get any credit for. His father would be proud to see what he accomplished but never got the chance. Winston wanted nothing but to impress his mother and father. They would leave him for months and even years promising him a visit but never had the chance due to their busy lifestyle. He never gave up and showed his courage and tenacity throughout his 90 years.


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