International Churchill Society
This is the Home Page of International Churchill Society, Washington, D.C., and its allied organizations. The Society was founded in 1968 to foster leadership, statesmanship, vision and courage among democratic and freedom-loving peoples worldwide, through the thoughts, words, works and deeds of Winston Spencer Churchill.
Other Canadian Churchill Societies
Sir Winston Churchill Society of Ottawa
Ronald I. Cohen, President
1351 Potter Drive,
Manotick ON K4M 1C3
Sir Winston Spencer Churchill Society of Calgary
Dr. Mark Milke, President
The Rt. Hon. Sir Winston Spencer Churchill Society of Edmonton
Dr. Edward Hutson, President
98 Rehwinkel Road,
Edmonton AB T6R 1Z8
The Rt. Hon. Sir Winston Spencer Churchill Society of Vancouver Island
Joan Robinson, President
International Churchill Society of Canada
Randy Barber, President
20 Honeybourne Crescent
Markham, ON L3P 1P3
US Churchill Societies
The Churchill Centre South Texas
- Churchill Archives Centre at Cambridge University, England – Houses 3,000 boxes of letters and documents ranging from Sir Winston’s childhood letters to his last writings in retirement.
- Churchill College at Cambridge University, England
- Franklin Delano Roosevelt FDR Library & Museum
For the most useful listing of the books of Winston S. Churchill anywhere, go to Savrola, a website created and maintained by Dave Turrell. Complete with summaries of all of Churchill’s books, details on different editions, photos of the editions and covers, and other pertinent information, it is a very useful and informative site.
- Pictures of the churchyard at Bladon, site of Churchill’s grave and those of his wife and parents. Part of a larger site including information on the village of Woodstock, adjacent to Churchill’s birthplace at Blenheim Palace.
- Blenheim Palace
- Chartwell, Churchill’s home in Kent
Churchill Image gallery at No. 10 Downing Street Official Website.
No. 10 Downing Street: See Magazine/History for a fascinating photo tour of the residence of Winston Churchill during his years as Prime Minister.
Quotes & Speeches
The family of Sir Winston Churchill has put one of his most famous speeches online in a project to bring new technology to history lessons. A new website combines the full audio recording of Sir Winston’s “Sinews of Peace” speech of 1946–also known as the “Iron Curtain” speech because Churchill used the phrase to describe the barrier enclosing the Soviet sphere of Europe–with his annotated transcript, background information and interpretation, maps and photographs. It breaks the 45-minute speech into themes and interprets them against both events of the time and their relevance today.
World War II
Learn about World War II Code breaking in England from Station X: the official Bletchley Park website
Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms in London
The Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms in London is the world’s leading museum dedicated to the great man. It welcomes all visitors interested in seeing for themselves the authentic surroundings in which Churchill conducted the war. Visitors are able to walk the corridors of the secret underground headquarters of the British government where Churchill himself walked, and view the rooms that formed the nerve centre of the British fight against Nazism. Visitors are now also able to visit the new award-winning Churchill Museum, which explores Churchill’s life and achievements. Opened in 2005, the £6m attraction has won awards for its original artefects, technological sophistication and intelligent interpretation.
- Churchill and the Great Republic is the online version of the exhibition that was on display at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., from February through June 2004. The Churchill Centre produced and funded an accompanying publication and two symposia.
- USS Winston S. Churchill Virtual Library and more and also click here for another site
- On Winston Churchill from BBC History
- The Imperial War Museum