The Early Life of Winston Churchill, 1874 - 1914

Code: LH31505

Dates: September 28, 2022

Meets: 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Sessions: 1

Location: ONLINE

Course Fee: $41.00

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Winston Churchill had a turbulent youth. He endured an intensely unhappy childhood and was convinced that he would die before the age of 40. This, combined with his natural energy, motivated him to achieve as much as possible as fast as he could. His early life was packed with adventure and incident: he rode in a cavalry charge, escaped from a prisoner of war camp, achieved fame and fortune as an author, and eventually become one of Britain's youngest - and most controversial - politicians. Come hear the story of Churchill's early life.
Fee: $41.00
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Spencer Jones

Dr. Spencer Jones is a Senior Lecturer and is an award-winning historian and author. He is a Senior Lecturer in Armed Forces & War Studies at the University of Wolverhampton and serves as the Regimental Historian of the Royal Regiment of Artillery. He is the author of several books including From Boer War to World War and The Great Retreat of 1914: From Mons to the Marne. His most recent work is The Darkest Year: The British Army on the Western Front 1917.



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