Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill was born on November 30, 1874 in Marlborough, England. He was born the son of Lord Randolph Churchill and Jennie Jerome. His father was a member of the British Parliament and his mother was an American successor. Several years later, Winston Churchill’s brother, Jack, was born. Churchill spent most of his early life with his baby-sitter, Elizabeth Everest, because his parents led a busy lifestyle. Elizabeth Everest became a motherly figure to Winston Churchill. She was his caretaker during and after his numerous illnesses. Once Winston Churchill started to grow up, he no longer needed a baby-sitter or caretaker. Throughout the majority of his lifetime, he and Elizabeth Everest kept in touch. In 1882, at the young age of 8, Churchill was sent off to a boarding school. In 1887, he was given the opportunity to attend Harrow School. In 1893, Churchill was accepted to the Royal Military College. He gladly accepted and when he graduated, he did so near the top of his class. He then received the task of being a cavalry officer. This is the beginning of Winston Churchill’s military career. (Rosenberg, 2014)
The start of Winston Churchill’s military career began with months of basic training. He used his first leave from the military to start writing for a newspaper. He made arrangements to be a war journalist for London’s The Daily Graphic. He wro...
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...e led people in the right direction and encouraged them to keep a positive look on things.
In conclusion, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill was a role model for others around him. Throughout his life, he was appointed numerous political offices, was praised for his ability to write, and impacted and had an influence on military, government, and war. He was always energetic, willing to do any task given to him, determined, confident, and always maintained a positive attitude even when situations did not vote in his favor.
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