Winston Churchill's Role in WW2?

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Winston Churchill is greatly recognized as having led Great Britain for most of World War II, after his appointment as the Prime Minister of Britain. He was the most dominant figure in British politics during the war and he had a firm stand against Nazism, which was the primary reason behind the war.
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Winston Churchill
Soldier, politician and finally a prime minister, Winston Churchill was one of Britain's greatest 20th-century heroes. He is particularly remembered for his indomitable spirit while leading Great Britain to victory in World War II. Churchill fought... More »
Born: November 30, 1874, Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, England
Died: January 24, 1965
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Throughout the Second World War, Sir Winston Churchill played a civil leaders' and military role. From the start, he had negative views about the Nazi's manifesto and led his army and country against them. He also played a uniting role for the English, including visiting the bombed areas during the blitz.
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