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History of Winston Churchill - Part 2

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In this post I will consolidate history of young Winston Churchill and his marriage and children.

Timeline of Young Winston Churchill
1893Winston Churchill applied to join the Royal Military College at Sandhurst. He chose to join the calvary.
1894Churchill graduated from Royal Military College of Sandhurst. He was appointed as a cornet in the British military and became a Second-Lieutenant in the 4th Queen’s Own Hussars.
1895His father, Lord Randolph Churchill, died on 24th Jan, 1895
1896The young cavalry officer Churchill is posted to India
1897Winston becomes involved with the Malakand Field force fighting local tribesmen on the North west frontier
1898Churchill participates in a regimental cavalry charge with the 21st Lancers in the Sudan
1899Churchill left the British Army on 5th May 1899.
1900Back again in England, Sir Winston stood again for Parliament from Oldham and this time he won the seat for Oldham as the Conservative MP in this year. He became the member of Conservative Party.
1901He took his seat in the House of Commons for the first time on Jan. 23, 1901.
1904Leaves the Conservatives to join the Liberals

Timeline of Winston Churchill - Marriage and Children
1905Winston is made Under Secretary of State for the Colonies
1908Winston Churchill married love of his life Clementine Ogilvy Hozier on 12the Sep, 1908. Clementine was decade younger than him. Also in this year he introduced a Britain's first minimum wages bill. Churchill also became President of the Board of Trade.
1909His daughter was born whose name was Diana Churchill. She was born on 11th July 1909.
1910Winston becomes Home Secretary
1911His son Randolph Frederick Edward Churchill was born on 28th May, 1911. Winston Churchill was made First Lord of the Admiralty in 1911. In this role, Churchill set about modernizing Britain’s battleships.
1914His second daughter and third child Sarah Churchill was born on 7th Oct, 1914.
1915He was forced to resign from his post in 1915 because he had been heavily involved in planning the Battle of Gallipoli (World War 1) – which was a massive disaster.
1916Churchill leads the men of the 6th Battalion Royal Scots fusiliers in the trenches of France. Later resumes his political career
1917Churchill works as Minister for Munitions
1918Marigold Frances Churchill, third daughter of Winston Churchill was born on 15th Nov, 1918
1919He establishes the ten year rule.
1921The Anglo-Irish Treaty was signed by Winston Churchill which replaced Third Home Rule Bill and the Ireland Act and would result in a much more independent South Ireland, or Irish Free State as the new country was called.
1922Last child of Winston Churchill, Mary Churchill, was born on 15th Sep 1922.

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