Winston Churchill (1874 - 1965) at the RAF pageant at Hendon Aerodrome, London, 1920. With him are Lord and Lady Sykes (left) and Hugh Trenchard (1873 - 1955, right).
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Prime Minister David Cameron speaks at a memorial service for Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster Hall on January 30, 2015 in London, England. The service marks a day of tributes to Sir Winston Churchill commemorating the 50th Anniversary Of his state funeral.
Crown Prince Akihito (L) is seen off by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, after the luncheon hosted by the Prime Minister at 10 Downing Street on April 30, 1953 in London, United Kingdom. Crown Prince Akihito makes a trip to Great Britain to attend the Queen Elizabeth II Coronation in 1953, during the 7-month travel, Crown Prince visited 14 countries.
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Historic moulds featuring Prime Minister Winston Churchill sit in the attic of the Middleport Pottery as the process of moving them continues on October 16, 2012 in Stoke on Trent, England. The Prince's Regeneration Trust have begun work on the regeneration of this historic industrial site to include a cafe, gallery and heritage visitor centre. Over 19,000 pottery moulds are being removed for safe keeping to the old Spode pottery site in Stoke town centre. The dust covered moulds by pottery firm Burgess, Dorling and Leigh, date from 1888 and removal is expected to take up to 12 weeks. The factory was in danger of closure until June last year when it secured 7.5 million GDP of funding from the Prince of Wales's Regeneration Trust creating over 50 jobs for the area.