Winston Churchill’s Prime Spot in History
On May 10, 1940 — nearly eight decades ago — Winston Churchill became the Prime Minister of Great Britain by succeeding Neville Chamberlain. The world was never the same and we all look back with reverence for the hard work and vision of Prime Minister Churchill and his work alongside the Allies to heroically win World War II.
Gary Oldman brilliantly portrayed Winston Churchill in the film ‘Darkest Hour.’ It was a great movie. But there is still nothing better than the real deal himself. And with that introduction, here is a short video with footage from 1940 of Winston Churchill and his then new war cabinet.
Winston Churchill is an excellent example of the right person serving in the right position at the right time. And we are eternally grateful for Winston Churchill, whose tenure as Prime Minister of Great Britain cemented his prime spot in history.
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