Wiston Churchill

Events

Born

30 November 1874

join's the Fourth Hussars

February 1895

In February 1895, Churchill was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Fourth Hussars regiment of the British Army

rote first book

1898

The Story of the Malakand Field Force

get's captured in the bore war

1899

he accompanied a scouting expedition in an armoured train, leading to his capture and imprisonment in a POW camp in Pretoria

rote second book

1899

The River War

ran for the seat of Oldham

1900

Churchill stood again for the seat of Oldham at the 1900 general election and won.

rote third book

1900

London to Ladysmith via Pretoria

rote forth book

1900

Ian Hamilton's March

rote fifth book

1906

Lord Randolph Churchill

rote sixth book

1908

My African Journey

joined the British Army full-time

1915

After his resignation from the government in 1915, Churchill returned to the British Army full-time, attempting to obtain an appointment as brigade commander, but settling for command of a battalion.

rote seventh

1923 - 1931

The World Crisis

rote eighth book

1930

My Early Life

rote ninth

1932

Thoughts and Adventures

rote tenth book

1933 - 1938

Marlborough: His Life and Times

rote eleventh book

1937

Great Contemporaries

Churchill was appointed First Lord of the Admiralty again

3 september 1939

On 3 September 1939, the day Britain declared war on Germany following the outbreak of the Second World War, Churchill was appointed First Lord of the Admiralty

Winston Churchill becomes prime minister

May 1940

Churchill resigned from politics

23 may 1945

Churchill resigned as Prime Minister on 23 May.

rote thirteenth book

1948

Painting as a Pastime

rote twelfth book

1948 - 1953

The Second World War 1948-53

rote final book

1956 - 1958

A History of the English-Speaking Peoples

Wiston Churchill death

24 January 1965

(aged 90)