Randy Otto as Winston Churchill
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Randy Otto returns as Winston Churchill and Painting As A Past Time. Mr. Otto will take us back to one of the darkest periods in Churchill’s life, the early days of WWI and the fallout from the Dardanelles & Gallipoli campaigns and the forces that drew him to the artist’s easel.
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Winston Churchill in his uniform of an honorary RAF Air Commodore
Churchill Society of Tennessee Conference in Nashville and Franklin, Tennessee
The Churchill Society of Tennessee, an affiliate of the International Churchill Society, presents the Churchill Society of Tennessee Conference on Sir Winston S Churchill. The keynote address for the conference will be given by Winston and Clementine’s great-grandson Randolph Churchill.
The themes of the 2018 Regional Conference are Churchill’s appreciation of music, classical, marches, bands, hymns and the songs of Harrow School and the World Wars and also, his fascination with the American Civil War.
Randolph Churchill, Sir Winston Churchill’s great-grandson and President of the International Churchill Society, will be the honoured guest and speaker at the Saturday evening Black Tie Banquet. Mr Churchill will also be on the programme at the Schermerhorn Symphony Hall at the start of the evening concert of the Nashville Symphony Orchestra (NSO) reading two of his great-grandfather’s speeches to the accompaniment of a string quartet with music composed by Don Cusic.
The NSO will also perform its program on the Holocaust that evening. Each registration includes one ticket to the NSO on Friday night.
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Author and Historian Andrew Roberts
Dinner event with The Churchill Society of Wisconsin in Milwaukee
Join The Churchill Society of Wisconsin as celebrated British historian, journalist and Bradley Prize winner Andrew Roberts arrives in Milwaukee to discuss his newest Churchill biography, Walking With Destiny. Based on 43 new sources that have been donated to the Churchill Archives, this is the first significant bio since the last major work in 2001. Queen Elizabeth II allowed Mr. Roberts to be the first Churchill biographer to use her father King George VI’s diaries.
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