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Nov 10, 2021

[Answer] 5. Constituency: Oldham (as well as Epping). This British wartime prime minister is known worldwide for his famous "V" gesture and his fondness for cigars. He was prime minister on more than one occasion.

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...1. Andrew Bonar Law 2. Anthony Eden 3. Winston Churchill 4. Neville Chamberlain Sir Winston Spencer-Churchill was the prime minister of the UK on two separate occasions; firstly from 1940-1945 (during WWII) and later in the post-war period of 1951-1955. Churchill was the face of the British wartime effort against the fascist movements of Germany and Italy. His heavily interventionist attitude was in stark contrast to the appeasing nature of his predecessor, Neville Chamberlain, which made the man with one of the most famous speech impediments in modern history a perfect choice for a wartime leader.




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Winston Churchill:


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