YOUNG WINSTON CHURCHILL SPEAKING IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, October 1907
Winston Churchill (1874-1965) was first elected to Parliament as a Conservative in 1900 after serving in the army and as a journalist. This drawing appeared when, as Colonial Under-Secretary, he was about to leave on a tour of Africa. His "Parliamentary Mannerisms" were compared with those of Joseph Chamberlain, he had, however, left the Conservatives on the issue of Free Trade about which he disagreed with Chamberlain, and had .........
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