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Seller: Top-Rated Seller anddownthewaterfall (20,188) 99.7%, Location: Manchester, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 312740469825 1965 Commerative Crown Winston Churchill This is a Uncirculated British Commerative Winston Churchull Coin from 1965 It has a image of the great leader and his name on the back is the queen It is Silver Coloured and made of Cupro Nickel Winston Churchill was vote the Greatest Britian Ever after he won World War II beating Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany In Very Good Conditon I have a lot of old coins on Ebay so Please.... ....Check out my other items! Bid with Confidence please read my 100% Positive feedback from over 14,000 satisfied customerRead how quickly they receive their items - I post all my items within 24 hours of receiving payment International customers are welcome. 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Interesting factsChurchill was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1953 for his many published works. More information including archive footage can be found at the Churchill War Rooms. Winston Churchill was an inspirational statesman, writer, orator and leader who led Britain to victory in the Second World War. He served as Conservative Prime Minister twice - from 1940 to 1945 (before being defeated in the 1945 general election by the Labour leader Clement Attlee) and from 1951 to 1955. PlayRewindForwardMute- Volume Down+ Volume Up100%The timeline slider below uses WAI ARIA. Please use the documentation for your screen reader to find out more. 00:00:00Winston Churchill was born on 30 November 1874, in Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire and was of rich, aristocratic ancestry. Although achieving poor grades at school, his early fascination with militarism saw him join the Royal Cavalry in 1895. As a soldier and part-time journalist, Churchill travelled widely, including trips to Cuba, Afghanistan, Egypt and South Africa. Churchill was elected as Conservative MP for Oldham in 1900, before defecting to the Liberal Party in 1904 and spending the next decade climbing the ranks of the Liberal government. He was First Lord of the Admiralty (the civil/political head of the Royal Navy) by the time of the disastrous Gallipoli campaign, which he created. Heavily criticised for this error, he resigned from this position and travelled to the Western Front to fight himself. The interwar years saw Churchill again ‘cross the floor’ from the Liberals, back to the Conservative Party. He served as Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1924, when he controversially opted for Britain to re-join the Gold Standard. Following the Tory electoral defeat in 1929, Churchill lost his seat and spent much of the next 11 years out of office, mainly writing and making speeches. Although he was alone in his firm opposition to Indian Independence, his warnings against the Appeasement of Nazi Germany were proven correct when the Second World War broke out in 1939. Following Neville Chamberlain’s resignation in 1940, Churchill was chosen to succeed him as Prime Minister of an all-party coalition government. Churchill, who also adopted the self-created position of Minister for Defence, was active both in administrative and diplomatic functions in prosecuting the British war effort. Some of his most memorable speeches were given in this period, and are credited with stimulating British morale during periods of great hardship. However, Labour leader Clement Attlee’s unexpected General Election victory in 1945 saw Churchill out of office and once again concentrating on public speaking. In his 1946 speech in the USA, the instinctive pro-American famously declared that “an iron curtain has descended across the Continent”, and warned of the continued danger from a powerful Soviet Russia. By his re-election in 1951, Churchill was, in the words of Roy Jenkins, “gloriously unfit for office”. Ageing and increasingly unwell, he often conducted business from his bedside, and while his powerful personality and oratory ability endured, the Prime Minister’s leadership was less decisive than during the war. His second term was most notable for the Conservative Party’s acceptance of Labour’s newly created Welfare State, and Churchill’s effect on domestic policy was limited. His later attempts at decreasing the developing Cold War through personal diplomacy failed to produce significant results, and poor health forced him to resign in 1955, making way for his Foreign Secretary and Deputy Prime Minister, Anthony Eden. Churchill died in 1965, and was honoured with a state funeral. The 100 Greatest Britons was broadcast in 2002 by the BBC. The programme was based on a television poll conducted to determine whom the United Kingdom public considered the greatest British people in history.[1][2] The series, Great Britons, included individual programmes featuring the individuals who featured in the top ten, with viewers having further opportunities to vote after each programme.[3] It concluded with a debate. All of the top 10 were dead by the year of broadcast. The poll resulted in nominees including Guy Fawkes, who was executed for trying to blow up the Parliament of England; Oliver Cromwell, who created a republican England; Richard III, suspected of murdering his nephews; James Connolly, an Irish nationalist and socialist who was executed by the Crown in 1916; and a surprisingly high ranking of 17th for actor and singer Michael Crawford (the second highest-ranked entertainer, after John Lennon). Diana, Princess of Wales was judged to be a greater historical British figure than William Shakespeare by BBC respondents to the survey. One of the more controversial figures to be included on the list was occultist Aleister Crowley. His works had a direct influence on the rise in popular occultism and some forms of neopaganism in the 20th century. In addition to the Britons, some notable non-British entrants were listed, including two Irish nationals, the philanthropic musicians Bono and Bob Geldof. The top 19 entries were people of English origin (though Sir Ernest Shackleton and Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, were both born into Anglo-Irish families when what is now the Republic of Ireland was part of the United Kingdom). The highest-placed Scottish entry was Alexander Fleming in 20th place, and the highest Welsh entry was Owain Glyndŵr in 23rd place.[4] Sixty had lived in the 20th century. The highest-ranked living person was Margaret Thatcher, placed 16th.[5] Ringo Starr is the only member of The Beatles not on the list. Isambard Kingdom Brunel occupied the top spot in the polls for some time thanks largely to "students from Brunel University who have been campaigning vigorously for the engineer for weeks."[6] However, a late surge in the final week of voting put Churchill over the top.[6] Of the top 100, 13 are women. The opening and closing ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Olympics featured the two greatest Britons, Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Winston Churchill as main characters, played by Kenneth Branagh and Timothy Spall, each of them reading a monologue from William Shakespeare's The Tempest.[7][8] The ceremony also included a personal appearance by Tim Berners-Lee,[9] who was placed 99th on the list. There were no black Britons on the list, prompting a separate three-month survey to find the 100 greatest black Britons.[10][11] Contents [hide] 1Top 10 on the list2Full list3See also4References5External linksTop 10 on the list[edit]Due to the nature of the poll used to select and rank the Britons, the results do not claim to be an objective assessment. They are as follows: RankNameNotabilityNomination defended byRef.1Sir Winston ChurchillSir Winston S Churchill.jpgPrime Minister (1940–1945, 1951–1955). Historically ranked as one of the greatest British prime ministers. Kept the nation's spirit up during World War II, when the country had to defend itself against Hitler's attempts to invade. He was an important figure in post-war international and national politics as well. Received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1953.Mo Mowlam, British politician.[12][13]2Isambard Kingdom BrunelIKBrunelChains.jpgDesigner of the Great Western Railway, Clifton Suspension Bridge, SS Great Britain and numerous significant ships, tunnels and bridges. A prominent figure during the Industrial Revolution which began in Britain, he revolutionised public transport and modern engineering.[14]Jeremy Clarkson, TV presenter.[12][13]3Diana, Princess of WalesМеждународная Леонардо-премия 18 (cropped 2).jpgFirst wife of Charles, Prince of Wales (marriage 1981–1996), and mother of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Harry. Admired for her philanthropic deeds.Rosie Boycott, journalist and feminist activist.[12][13]4Charles DarwinCharles Darwin seated crop.jpgBiologist. Originator of the theory of evolution through natural selection and author of On the Origin of Species.Andrew Marr, journalist and TV presenter.[12][13]5William ShakespeareShakespeare.jpgPoet and playwright. Creator of Hamlet, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, and many more. Thought of by many as the greatest of all English writers. He is still an internationally admired and influential figure in the field of theatre.Fiona Shaw, actress and theatre and opera director.[12][13]6Sir Isaac NewtonGodfreyKneller-IsaacNewton-1689.jpgPhysicist, mathematician, astronomer, natural philosopher. Originator of universal gravitation and laws of classical mechanics and laws of motion. His Principia is one of the most influential works in the history of science.Tristram Hunt, historian.[12][13]7Elizabeth IElizabeth I Rainbow Portrait.jpgQueen of England and Ireland. (1558–1603). Brought a period of relative internal stability. She is associated with the defeat of the Spanish Armada. Her reign is known as the Elizabethan era.Michael Portillo, journalist and politician.[12][13]8John LennonJohnLennonpeace.jpgPop/rock singer-songwriter, musician, activist and member of music quartet The Beatles. One of the most famous, successful, influential, covered and admired pop artists of all time. Hailed for his peace activism.Alan Davies, comedian and actor.[12][13]9Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount NelsonHoratioNelson1.jpgNaval commander, famous for his service in the Royal Navy, particularly during the Napoleonic Wars. His victory during the Battle of Trafalgar was significant in preventing an invasion by Napoleon Bonaparte's army.Lucy Moore, historian.[12][13]10Oliver CromwellOliver Cromwell by Samuel Cooper.jpg1st Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland (1653–1658). Commander of the New Model Army during the English Civil War against King Charles I. Admired for moving the country to a more democratic stateform, though his nomination was controversial due to allegations of genocide in Ireland.Richard Holmes, military historian.[12][13]Full list[edit]Winston ChurchillIsambard Kingdom BrunelDiana, Princess of WalesCharles DarwinWilliam ShakespeareSir Isaac NewtonElizabeth IJohn LennonHoratio Nelson, 1st Viscount NelsonOliver CromwellSir Ernest Shackleton, explorer. Made important contributions to the exploration of Antarctica.Captain James Cook, explorer. Made maps of Newfoundland prior to making three voyages to the Pacific Ocean, during which he achieved the first recorded European contact with the eastern coastline of Australia and the Hawaiian Islands, and the first recorded circumnavigation of New Zealand.Robert Baden-Powell, soldier and activist. Founder of Scouting.Alfred the Great, king of Wessex (871–899). Successfully stopped the Viking advance in England, encouraged education, proposing that primary education be taught in English, and improved his kingdom's legal system, military structure and people's quality of life.Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, general during the Napoleonic Wars (defeated Napoleon at Waterloo) and Prime Minister (1828–1830, 1834).Margaret Thatcher, Prime Minister (1979–1990). First woman to have held the office.Michael Crawford, TV, film and theatre actor (Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em on television, and originated the title role in The Phantom of the Opera on the West End).Queen Victoria, queen (1837–1901). Her reign is known as the Victorian era.Sir Paul McCartney, musician (The Beatles).Sir Alexander Fleming, physician and chemist. Discovered penicillin. Received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1945.Alan Turing, mathematician and pioneering computer scientist. Invented the Turing Test and devised cryptanalytical techniques, including those which cracked the Enigma machine.Michael Faraday, physicist. Discovered electromagnetic induction, diamagnetism and electrolysis.Owain Glyndŵr, Welsh ruler, the last native "prince of Wales"Elizabeth II, queen (1952–).Stephen Hawking, astrophysicist. Achieved groundbreaking work in the field of quantum gravity and theoretical cosmology. Author of A Brief History of Time.William Tyndale, scholar. Translated the Bible into English.Emmeline Pankhurst, activist for women's rights. Helped achieve women's right to vote in the United Kingdom.William Wilberforce, politician and activist. Led the anti-slavery movement.David Bowie, musician (Space Oddity, Ziggy Stardust, Heroes, Let's Dance)Guy Fawkes, member of the Gunpowder Plot. Tried but failed to blow up the English Parliament. The event is the origin of the annual Bonfire Night.Leonard Cheshire, military pilot and philanthropist.Eric Morecambe, comedian and actor (Morecambe and Wise).David Beckham, association football player.Thomas Paine, philosopher (The Age of Reason).Boudica, Celtic queen of Britannia. Led resistance against the Roman army.Sir Steve Redgrave, rower. Won gold medals at five consecutive Olympic Games (1984–2000).Sir Thomas More, author and philosopher (Utopia).William Blake, poet and painter (Songs of Innocence and Experience, Jerusalem: The Emanation of the Giant Albion, Milton: A Poem in Two Books).John Harrison, inventor of the marine chronometer.Henry VIII, king (1509–1547).Charles Dickens, novelist (Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, Great Expectations, David Copperfield).Sir Frank Whittle, engineer and inventor. Invented the turbojet engine.John Peel, radio presenter.John Logie Baird, engineer and inventor. Invented the television.Aneurin Bevan, politician. Minister of Health (1945–1951). Spearheaded the establishment of the National Health Service, providing medical care to all UK citizens regardless of wealth.Boy George, pop singer (Culture Club).Sir Douglas Bader, military aviator.Sir William Wallace, knight and resistance leader during the Wars of Scottish Independence.Sir Francis Drake, explorer and admiral. Defeated the Spanish Armada.John Wesley, religious activist. Founder of Methodism.King Arthur, mythical king.Florence Nightingale, humanitarian activist and founder of modern nursing. Nursed wounded soldiers during the Crimean War.T. E. Lawrence, better known as "Lawrence of Arabia", military.Robert Falcon Scott, explorer. Failed to reach the South Pole before Roald Amundsen and died on the way back. Became a national hero to the British because of his perseverance.Enoch Powell, politician.Sir Cliff Richard, pop singer.Alexander Graham Bell, inventor. Invented the telephone.Freddie Mercury, rock singer (Queen).Dame Julie Andrews, film actress (Mary Poppins, The Sound of Music).Sir Edward Elgar, composer (Pomp and Circumstance Marches).Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, queen during WWII.George Harrison, rock guitarist (The Beatles).Sir David Attenborough, biologist and TV documentary presenter.James Connolly, activist, politician and Marxist insurgent leader.George Stephenson, civil engineer. "Father of the Railways". Invented the first practical steam locomotive and built the first public railway.Sir Charlie Chaplin, comedian, actor and film director (The Kid, The Gold Rush, City Lights, The Great Dictator, Modern Times)Tony Blair, Prime Minister (1997–2007).William Caxton, printer. Introduced the printing press in England.Bobby Moore, association football player. Captain of the England team that won the 1966 World CupJane Austen, novelist (Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility).William Booth, humanitarian activist. Founder of the Salvation Army.Henry V, king (1413–1422). Against all odds defeated the French at the Battle of Agincourt.Aleister Crowley, poet, novelist and occultist.Robert the Bruce, king of the Scots (1306–1329).Bob Geldof, pop singer (The Boomtown Rats) and humanitarian activist (Live Aid, Live 8). Born in Dún Laoghaire and thus technically an Irishman.The Unknown Warrior, soldier whose remains are buried at Westminster Abbey.Robbie Williams, pop singer (Take That).Edward Jenner, physician. Inventor of the smallpox vaccine.David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor, Prime Minister (1916–1922).Charles Babbage, mathematician, philosopher, mechanical engineer and inventor. Invented the first programmable mechanical computer.Geoffrey Chaucer, poet (The Canterbury Tales).Richard III, king (1483–1485).J. K. Rowling, novelist (Harry Potter).James Watt, inventor. Improved the steam engine, making it economical for use in factories, which was fundamental to the Industrial Revolution which originated in Great BritainSir Richard Branson, businessman (Virgin).Bono, rock singer (U2). Born in Dublin, Ireland, so is an Irishman.John Lydon (Johnny Rotten), rock/punk singer (The Sex Pistols, Public Image Ltd.)Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein ('Monty'), WWII general.Donald Campbell, speed record breaker. Only person to set both world land and water speed records in the same year (1964).Henry II, king (1154–1189).James Clerk Maxwell, physicist. Developed the theory of electromagnetic radiation.J. R. R. Tolkien, novelist (The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings).Sir Walter Raleigh, explorer. Explored North America.Edward I, king (1272–1307). The "Hammer of the Scots". Edward turned the longbow into England's most deadly weapon against the Scottish and French with devastating results most notably at the Battle of Falkirk.Sir Barnes Wallis, engineer and inventor. Invented the bouncing bomb, earthquake bomb and geodetic airframe.Richard Burton, theatre and film actor.Tony Benn, politician.David Livingstone, explorer. Discovered the origins of the Nile.Sir Tim Berners-Lee, computer scientist. Inventor of the World Wide Web.Marie Stopes, eugenicist and campaigner for women's rights. Pioneer in the field of birth control.Although the BBC's original ranked list has been removed from their web server and what remains is only an alphabetical list of the Top 100,[15] several other sources[16][17][18] have preserved the original ranked list. There was some question as to whether the Richard Burton listed at #96 is the actor or the explorer. A BBC press release makes it clear that they intended it to be the actor.. Prime ministers ranked by The Times and its correspondents#NamePartyTerm in officeThe Times overall[11]Matthew Parris [12]Peter Riddell [13]Ben MacIntyre [14]11Robert WalpoleWhig1721–17420914160722Spencer Compton, 1st Earl of WilmingtonWhig1742–174350514233Henry PelhamWhig1743–175429193420446Thomas Pelham-Holles, 1st Duke of NewcastleWhig1754–17561757–17624140324155William Cavendish, 4th Duke of DevonshireWhig1756–17574435444767John Stuart, 3rd Earl of ButeTory1762–17634644494078George GrenvilleWhig1763–1765485148398913Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of RockinghamWhig1765–1766178232304238910William Pitt, 1st Earl of ChathamWhig1766–1768162514181011Augustus FitzRoy, 3rd Duke of GraftonWhig1768–1770494250491112Frederick North, Lord NorthTory1770–1782504937441214William Petty, 2nd Earl of ShelburneWhig1782–178326294105131520William Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke of PortlandWhig17831807–180939274337141618William Pitt the YoungerTory1783–18011804–1806041205031517Henry Addington, 1st Viscount SidmouthTory1801–1804393639361619William Grenville, 1st Baron GrenvilleWhig1806–1807433940351721Spencer PercevalTory1809–1812363847331822Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of LiverpoolTory1812–1827192222151923George CanningTory1827310836232024F. J. Robinson, 1st Viscount GoderichTory1827–1828375251212528Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of WellingtonTory1828–18301834241830172226Charles Grey, 2nd Earl GreyWhig1830–183408091006232730William Lamb, 2nd Viscount MelbourneWhig18341835–184125262132242931Robert PeelConservative1834–18351841–184606060808253238John Russell, 1st Earl RussellWhig1846–18522115291426333639Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of DerbyConservative18521858–18591866–1868182319162734George Hamilton-Gordon, 4th Earl of AberdeenPeelite1852–185542413143283537Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount PalmerstonWhigLiberal1855–18581859–186513112011294042Benjamin DisraeliConservative18681874–1880100706093041434547William Ewart GladstoneLiberal1868–18741880–188518861892–18940304020431444649Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of SalisburyConservative1885–18861886–18921895–1902111012253248Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of RoseberyLiberal1894–1895454646503350Arthur BalfourConservative1902–1905302838313451Henry Campbell-BannermanLiberal1905–1908222426303552H. H. AsquithLiberal1908–1916112109263653David Lloyd GeorgeLiberal1916–1922020203023754Bonar LawConservative1922–19233447352438555759Stanley BaldwinConservative1923–19241924–19291935–193714201113395658Ramsay MacDonaldLabour19241929–1935334833294060Neville ChamberlainConservative1937–194035452852416163Winston ChurchillConservative1940–19451951–1955010101014262Clement AttleeLabour1945–1951070507224364Anthony EdenConservative1955–1957474345484465Harold MacmillanConservative1957–1963151713214566Alec Douglas-HomeConservative1963–196436322734466769Harold WilsonLabour1964–19701974–1976203317194768Edward HeathConservative1970–1974231318464870James CallaghanLabour1976–1979273124274971Margaret ThatcherConservative1979–1990050304105072John MajorConservative1990–1997281623285173Tony BlairLabour1997–2007163415125274Gordon BrownLabour2007–2010365225455375David CameronConservative2010–2016N/AN/AN/AN/A5476Theresa MayConservative2016—N/AN/AN/AN/A Condition: In Very Good Condtion, Composition: Metal, Collections/ Bulk Lots: Churchilll, Period: 20th Century, Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom

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