British Offices and Honours
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The Right Honourable Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, K.G., O.M., C.H., T.D.

  • Born: 30 November 1874
  • Died: 24 January 1965

Known as[]

  • 1874-1900: Winston Spencer Churchll, Esq.
  • 1900-1907: Winston Spencer Churchill, Esq., M.P.
  • 1907-1922: The Rt. Hon. Winston Spencer Churchill, M.P.
  • 1922-1922: The Rt. Hon. Winston Spencer Churchill,  C.H., M.P.
  • 1922-1924: The Rt. Hon. Winston Spencer Churchill, C.H.
  • 1924-1924: The Rt. Hon. Winston Spencer Churchill, C.H., T.D.
  • 1924-1946: The Rt. Hon. Winston Spencer Churchill, C.H., T.D., M.P.
  • 1946-1953: The Rt. Hon. Winston Spencer Churchill, O.M., C.H., T.D., M.P.
  • 1953-1964: The Rt. Hon. Sir Winston Spencer Churchill, K.G., O.M., C.H., T.D., M.P..
  • 1964-1965: The Rt. Hon. Sir Winston Spencer Churchill, K.G., O.M., C.H., T.D.

Education[]

  • Harrow School
  • Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

Offices[]

Honorary Offices[]

  • Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, 1941-1965
  • Rector of the University of Aberdeen, 1914-1918
  • Rector of the University of Edinburgh, 1929-1932
  • Chancellor of the University of Bristol, 1930-1965

Chivalric Orders[]

Other Honours[]

Privy Council[]

Parliamentary Seats[]

  • Member of Parliament for Oldham, 1900-1906
  • Member of Parliament for Manchester North-West, 1906-1908
  • Member of Parliament for Dundee, 1908-1922
  • Member of Parliament for Epping, 1924-1945
  • Member of Parliament for Woodford, 1945-1964

Parliamentary Positions[]

Party Positions[]

  • Leader of the Conservative Party, 1940-1955


Preceded by:
Herbert Gladstone
Home Secretary
1910–1911
Succeeded by:
Reginald McKenna
Preceded by:
Reginald McKenna
First Lord of the Admiralty
1911–1915
Succeeded by:
Arthur Balfour
Preceded by:
The Viscount Milner
Secretary of State for War
1919–1921
Succeeded by:
Sir Laming Worthington-Evans, Bt.
Preceded by:
Secretary of State for Air
1919–1921
Succeeded by:
Frederick Guest
Preceded by:
The Viscount Milner
Secretary of State for the Colonies
1921–1922
Succeeded by:
The Duke of Devonshire
Preceded by:
Philip Snowden
Chancellor of the Exchequer
1924–1929
Succeeded by:
Philip Snowden
Preceded by:
The Earl Stanhope
First Lord of the Admiralty
1939–1940
Succeeded by:
A. V. Alexander
Preceded by:
Neville Chamberlain
Prime Minister
1940–1945
Succeeded by:
Clement Attlee
Preceded by:
Minister of Defence
1940–1945
Succeeded by:
Clement Attlee
Preceded by:
Clement Attlee
Prime Minister
1951–1955
Succeeded by:
Sir Anthony Eden
Preceded by:
Manny Shinwell
Minister of Defence
1951–1952
Succeeded by:
The Earl Alexander of Tunis