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Winston Church Hill

            Title: The Story of Winston Churchill.
             This story tells of Winston Churchill's life from birth until he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth, II.
             Winston Churchill was born November 30, 1874. He went to St. James School near Ascot when he was 7 years old. At school he lived in a dorm. Winston had one brother named Jack. His mother and father were always gone for great periods of time. He always had a hard time in Latin. He could remember it, but he didn't understand what the words meant. He was in trouble a lot at school. His greatest pleasure was reading. He liked to read poetry. He hated Math and Latin, but loved History, Poetry and butterflies. At the age of 12, he was transferred from St. James School to Brighton Harrow. He was treated poorly by the older boys because he wasn't afraid to speak his mind and stand up for himself.
             He was a kid that always dreamed of being a soldier. He loved looking at armor. At age 15, he passed his military exam and went to Sandhurst. He graduated with honors at age 18 and became an officer in the Calvary. His father died after the new year. In 1895, he became a war correspondent during the Cuban Rebellion. In 1896, he was sent to India. While there, he realized how much stuff he didn't learn in school. He started studying and reading to get knowledge. In 1889, they went to war with the Boars, and Winston and sixty British Soldiers were imprisoned. They wanted to escape. Winston climbed the bathroom wall, snuck aboard a train, and returned to England. About a month later, he ran for office. He was elected into Parliament. In 1901, at the House of Commons, he made his first parliamentary speech. Seven years later, in 1908, he married Clementine Hosier. A couple of months later, he got kicked out of office. In 1911, he was elected first Lord of Admiralty, during World War I. When one of his strategies failed, he was again kicked out of office and blamed for the failure.

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