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Winston Churchill was one of the most influential figures of the Second World War and led Britain through some of her darkest times. Born in 1874 his career included time in the military, a period as a journalist and ultimately a long and illustrious career in politics. He entered parliament in 1900 and held a number of positions including Minister for War and the chancellor of the Exchequer before becoming Prime Minister in 1940. An impressive orator he is best remembered for his "Blood, tears, toil and sweat" speech and for the often quoted "Never, never, never, never, never give in" statement made to a group of students. His determination to overcome obstacles was best illustrated by his constant battle with depression (something he called his "little black dog") which he never let affect his outcome. Winston Churchill died in 1965 and was given a state funeral.
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