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The Call to Arms: Lord Kitchener has asked for a further 100,000 men.
Lord Roberts, addressing the new battalion - the 10th  - of the Royal Fusiliers in London yesterday, said: -
The Call to Arms: Lord Kitchener has asked for a further 100,000 men.
Lord Roberts, addressing the new battalion - the 10th  - of the Royal Fusiliers in London yesterday, said: -

MPX5910492: The Call to Arms: Lord Kitchener has asked for a further 100,000 men. Lord Roberts, addressing the new battalion - the 10th - of the Royal Fusiliers in London yesterday, said: - " You are doing exactly what all able bodied men in the kingdom should do, no matter what their rank or what their station in life may be. I respect and honour you more than I can say. How very different is your action to that of the men who can still go on with their cricket and football, as if the very existence of the country were not at stake. This is not the time to play games, wholesome as they are in days of piping peace. we are engaged in a life and death struggle, and you are showing your determination to do your duty as soldiers, and bring this war to a successful result. God bless and watch over you all. 30th August 1914 / Bridgeman Images

Middlesbrough Football Club 1908
(Back Row) 1 T. Heslop, 2. J C Brown (Assistant Secretary) 3. A Campbell, 4. A E Forbes (Director) 5. A A Hassell 6. F France (Director) 7. D Gordon. 8. T R Bell, (Third Row) 9. Jack Bingley (Trainer) 10. T Burdon (Director), 11. J A Groves, 12. A Aitken (Manager), 13. J Watson, 14. J H Gunter (Director), 15. J McKenzie, 16. C G Hunt (Director) 17. F. Pentland, 18. J R Smiles (Vice Chairman), (Second Row) 19. F Wilcox, 20. J H Hall, 21. J L Jones, 22. S Aitken (Captain), 23 Col T G Poole V.D., J.P. (Chairman), 24. S Blcomer, 25. T Wilson, 26. D Cail, 27. E Verrill, (Front Row) 28. J Haxby, 29. H Kent, 30. A Oribin, 31. J Miller, 32. J Thackeray, 33. W Barker, 34. T Dixon, 35. S McClure, 36. T Coulson (Assistant Trainer).
Middlesbrough Football Club 1908
(Back Row) 1 T. Heslop, 2. J C Brown (Assistant Secretary) 3. A Campbell, 4. A E Forbes (Director) 5. A A Hassell 6. F France (Director) 7. D Gordon. 8. T R Bell, (Third Row) 9. Jack Bingley (Trainer) 10. T Burdon (Director), 11. J A Groves, 12. A Aitken (Manager), 13. J Watson, 14. J H Gunter (Director), 15. J McKenzie, 16. C G Hunt (Director) 17. F. Pentland, 18. J R Smiles (Vice Chairman), (Second Row) 19. F Wilcox, 20. J H Hall, 21. J L Jones, 22. S Aitken (Captain), 23 Col T G Poole V.D., J.P. (Chairman), 24. S Blcomer, 25. T Wilson, 26. D Cail, 27. E Verrill, (Front Row) 28. J Haxby, 29. H Kent, 30. A Oribin, 31. J Miller, 32. J Thackeray, 33. W Barker, 34. T Dixon, 35. S McClure, 36. T Coulson (Assistant Trainer).

MPX5910498: Middlesbrough Football Club 1908 (Back Row) 1 T. Heslop, 2. J C Brown (Assistant Secretary) 3. A Campbell, 4. A E Forbes (Director) 5. A A Hassell 6. F France (Director) 7. D Gordon. 8. T R Bell, (Third Row) 9. Jack Bingley (Trainer) 10. T Burdon (Director), 11. J A Groves, 12. A Aitken (Manager), 13. J Watson, 14. J H Gunter (Director), 15. J McKenzie, 16. C G Hunt (Director) 17. F. Pentland, 18. J R Smiles (Vice Chairman), (Second Row) 19. F Wilcox, 20. J H Hall, 21. J L Jones, 22. S Aitken (Captain), 23 Col T G Poole V.D., J.P. (Chairman), 24. S Blcomer, 25. T Wilson, 26. D Cail, 27. E Verrill, (Front Row) 28. J Haxby, 29. H Kent, 30. A Oribin, 31. J Miller, 32. J Thackeray, 33. W Barker, 34. T Dixon, 35. S McClure, 36. T Coulson (Assistant Trainer). / Bridgeman Images

King George V visits Hyde Road Stadium to watch Manchester City v Liverpool. It was the first time a reigning monarch had visited a football venue outside of London. 20th March 1920.
King George V visits Hyde Road Stadium to watch Manchester City v Liverpool. It was the first time a reigning monarch had visited a football venue outside of London. 20th March 1920.

MPX5910502: King George V visits Hyde Road Stadium to watch Manchester City v Liverpool. It was the first time a reigning monarch had visited a football venue outside of London. 20th March 1920. / Bridgeman Images

Interior of Polaris submarine HMS Resolution, 21st May 1970 (b/w photo)
Interior of Polaris submarine HMS Resolution, 21st May 1970 (b/w photo)

MPX5906971: Interior of Polaris submarine HMS Resolution, 21st May 1970 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Winston Churchill photographed March 1924 addressing an election campaign meeting with him is Clementine Churchill (b/w photo)
Winston Churchill photographed March 1924 addressing an election campaign meeting with him is Clementine Churchill (b/w photo)

MPX5902995: Winston Churchill photographed March 1924 addressing an election campaign meeting with him is Clementine Churchill (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Prime Minister Winston Churchill at Number 10 Making V sign 1952 (b/w photo)
Prime Minister Winston Churchill at Number 10 Making V sign 1952 (b/w photo)

MPX5903002: Prime Minister Winston Churchill at Number 10 Making V sign 1952 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Winston Churchill is seen with his wife Clementine Churchill at Leicester where he was adopted as Liberal candidate for the West Division. November 1923 (b/w photo)
Winston Churchill is seen with his wife Clementine Churchill at Leicester where he was adopted as Liberal candidate for the West Division. November 1923 (b/w photo)

MPX5903008: Winston Churchill is seen with his wife Clementine Churchill at Leicester where he was adopted as Liberal candidate for the West Division. November 1923 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill with Lady Churchill at pictured 10, Downing Street for Sir Winston's 77th birthday. 30th November 1951 (b/w photo)
Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill with Lady Churchill at pictured 10, Downing Street for Sir Winston's 77th birthday. 30th November 1951 (b/w photo)

MPX5903018: Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill with Lady Churchill at pictured 10, Downing Street for Sir Winston's 77th birthday. 30th November 1951 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

The presentation of Lady Churchill's portrait to the Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill by his constituency at Woodford. The painting was to be on public view for a few weeks afterwards. The portrait was to form a double celebration gift, for both Sir Winston's 80th birthday on November 30th and his 30 years as an MP for the division . 23rd November 1954 (b/w photo)
The presentation of Lady Churchill's portrait to the Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill by his constituency at Woodford. The painting was to be on public view for a few weeks afterwards. The portrait was to form a double celebration gift, for both Sir Winston's 80th birthday on November 30th and his 30 years as an MP for the division . 23rd November 1954 (b/w photo)

MPX5903020: The presentation of Lady Churchill's portrait to the Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill by his constituency at Woodford. The painting was to be on public view for a few weeks afterwards. The portrait was to form a double celebration gift, for both Sir Winston's 80th birthday on November 30th and his 30 years as an MP for the division . 23rd November 1954 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Baroness Spencer-Churchill ( Lady Churchill ), Mr Randolph Churchill (left) and Sir Alec Douglas-Home pictured at the Dorchester Hotel, London, prior to The Foyles Literary Luncheon. The event was to mark the publication of Randolph Churchill's book 'Winston S Churchill - Vol 1 Youth (1874-1900)'. 27/10/1966 (b/w photo)
Baroness Spencer-Churchill ( Lady Churchill ), Mr Randolph Churchill (left) and Sir Alec Douglas-Home pictured at the Dorchester Hotel, London, prior to The Foyles Literary Luncheon. The event was to mark the publication of Randolph Churchill's book 'Winston S Churchill - Vol 1 Youth (1874-1900)'. 27/10/1966 (b/w photo)

MPX5903027: Baroness Spencer-Churchill ( Lady Churchill ), Mr Randolph Churchill (left) and Sir Alec Douglas-Home pictured at the Dorchester Hotel, London, prior to The Foyles Literary Luncheon. The event was to mark the publication of Randolph Churchill's book 'Winston S Churchill - Vol 1 Youth (1874-1900)'. 27/10/1966 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Lady Spencer Churchill celebrates her 89th birthday with a reception at the Banqueting House, Whitehall, London, 1st April 1974. The occasion also marked the launching of the Churchill Centenary Trust campaign to raise One Million Pounds for One Million People (b/w photo)
Lady Spencer Churchill celebrates her 89th birthday with a reception at the Banqueting House, Whitehall, London, 1st April 1974. The occasion also marked the launching of the Churchill Centenary Trust campaign to raise One Million Pounds for One Million People (b/w photo)

MPX5903030: Lady Spencer Churchill celebrates her 89th birthday with a reception at the Banqueting House, Whitehall, London, 1st April 1974. The occasion also marked the launching of the Churchill Centenary Trust campaign to raise One Million Pounds for One Million People (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Winston Churchill attends a coronation rehearsal at Westminster Abbey.20th May 1953 (b/w photo)
Winston Churchill attends a coronation rehearsal at Westminster Abbey.20th May 1953 (b/w photo)

MPX5903040: Winston Churchill attends a coronation rehearsal at Westminster Abbey.20th May 1953 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Winston Churchill attends the funeral of former Admiral of the Fleet Earl Beatty with his wife Clementine at St Paul's Cathedral.19th November 1936 (b/w photo)
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Winston Churchill attends the funeral of former Admiral of the Fleet Earl Beatty with his wife Clementine at St Paul's Cathedral.19th November 1936 (b/w photo)

MPX5903047: Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Winston Churchill attends the funeral of former Admiral of the Fleet Earl Beatty with his wife Clementine at St Paul's Cathedral.19th November 1936 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Chancellor of the Exchequer Winston Churchill poses with his wife Clementine.Circa 1929 (b/w photo)
Chancellor of the Exchequer Winston Churchill poses with his wife Clementine.Circa 1929 (b/w photo)

MPX5903048: Chancellor of the Exchequer Winston Churchill poses with his wife Clementine.Circa 1929 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, accompanied by his wife Lady Churchill, inspecting the 1st American Squadron of the Home Guard on Horse Guards Parade during the Second World War.9th January 1941 (b/w photo)
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, accompanied by his wife Lady Churchill, inspecting the 1st American Squadron of the Home Guard on Horse Guards Parade during the Second World War.9th January 1941 (b/w photo)

MPX5903051: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, accompanied by his wife Lady Churchill, inspecting the 1st American Squadron of the Home Guard on Horse Guards Parade during the Second World War.9th January 1941 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Field Marshal the Viscount Montgomery of Alamein KG, GCB, DSO photographed with Lady Churchill GBE at a luncheon organised by Foyles Bookshop at the Dorchester Hotel. Monty is opening a greetings telegram. 31st October 1958 (b/w photo)
Field Marshal the Viscount Montgomery of Alamein KG, GCB, DSO photographed with Lady Churchill GBE at a luncheon organised by Foyles Bookshop at the Dorchester Hotel. Monty is opening a greetings telegram. 31st October 1958 (b/w photo)

MPX5903057: Field Marshal the Viscount Montgomery of Alamein KG, GCB, DSO photographed with Lady Churchill GBE at a luncheon organised by Foyles Bookshop at the Dorchester Hotel. Monty is opening a greetings telegram. 31st October 1958 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Lady Churchill takes a drive while a large crowd waited outside 28 Hyde Park Gate, London. She looked very pale as she left with Mr Soames. 19th January 1965 (b/w photo)
Lady Churchill takes a drive while a large crowd waited outside 28 Hyde Park Gate, London. She looked very pale as she left with Mr Soames. 19th January 1965 (b/w photo)

MPX5903066: Lady Churchill takes a drive while a large crowd waited outside 28 Hyde Park Gate, London. She looked very pale as she left with Mr Soames. 19th January 1965 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Lady Churchill arriving at Hyde Park Gate, she had been out for about an hour. Sir Winston Churchill died on the 24th January 1965. 26th January 1965 (b/w photo)
Lady Churchill arriving at Hyde Park Gate, she had been out for about an hour. Sir Winston Churchill died on the 24th January 1965. 26th January 1965 (b/w photo)

MPX5903068: Lady Churchill arriving at Hyde Park Gate, she had been out for about an hour. Sir Winston Churchill died on the 24th January 1965. 26th January 1965 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Lady Churchill leaves for a drive. Sir Winston Churchill, 90, was reported to be
Lady Churchill leaves for a drive. Sir Winston Churchill, 90, was reported to be

MPX5903071: Lady Churchill leaves for a drive. Sir Winston Churchill, 90, was reported to be "slipping into deeper sleep" after suffering a stroke. 15th January 1965 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Churchill memorial service, at Bladon Church, Oxon. Lady Spencer-Churchill with her grandson Winston arriving at the church. 30th November 1974 (b/w photo)
Churchill memorial service, at Bladon Church, Oxon. Lady Spencer-Churchill with her grandson Winston arriving at the church. 30th November 1974 (b/w photo)

MPX5903075: Churchill memorial service, at Bladon Church, Oxon. Lady Spencer-Churchill with her grandson Winston arriving at the church. 30th November 1974 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Lady Churchill. August 1962 (b/w photo)
Lady Churchill. August 1962 (b/w photo)

MPX5903080: Lady Churchill. August 1962 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Lady Churchill (right) arrives at the Middlesex hospital to visit Sir Winston. Centre is her daughter Mrs Diana Churchill and left is Mr Montague Browne, Sir Winston's secretary. 29th June 1962 (b/w photo)
Lady Churchill (right) arrives at the Middlesex hospital to visit Sir Winston. Centre is her daughter Mrs Diana Churchill and left is Mr Montague Browne, Sir Winston's secretary. 29th June 1962 (b/w photo)

MPX5903081: Lady Churchill (right) arrives at the Middlesex hospital to visit Sir Winston. Centre is her daughter Mrs Diana Churchill and left is Mr Montague Browne, Sir Winston's secretary. 29th June 1962 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

A luncheon organised by Foyles Bookshop, held at the Dorchester Hotel in London's Park Lane in honour of the Hon. Randolph S Churchill MBE to mark the publication of his book
A luncheon organised by Foyles Bookshop, held at the Dorchester Hotel in London's Park Lane in honour of the Hon. Randolph S Churchill MBE to mark the publication of his book

MPX5903091: A luncheon organised by Foyles Bookshop, held at the Dorchester Hotel in London's Park Lane in honour of the Hon. Randolph S Churchill MBE to mark the publication of his book "Winston S Churchill Vol 1 Youth 1874-1900". Pictured, Lady Churchill with her son Randolph at the luncheon. 27th October 1966 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

The Christening of Jennie Churchill, Newick Parish Church. Jennie Churchill daughter of Winston S. Churchill (Randolph's son and Grandson of Winston Churchill). Present were Lady Churchill, her son Randolph Churchill and his daughter Arabella. On the right is Lady Churchill. 12th March 1967 (b/w photo)
The Christening of Jennie Churchill, Newick Parish Church. Jennie Churchill daughter of Winston S. Churchill (Randolph's son and Grandson of Winston Churchill). Present were Lady Churchill, her son Randolph Churchill and his daughter Arabella. On the right is Lady Churchill. 12th March 1967 (b/w photo)

MPX5903098: The Christening of Jennie Churchill, Newick Parish Church. Jennie Churchill daughter of Winston S. Churchill (Randolph's son and Grandson of Winston Churchill). Present were Lady Churchill, her son Randolph Churchill and his daughter Arabella. On the right is Lady Churchill. 12th March 1967 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

MPX5903099: "Young Winston" film premiere at the Odeon Leicester Square and The Leicester Square Theatre. Pictured, actor Robert Shaw and Lady Churchill. 20th July 1972 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

The unveiling of the Sir Winston Churchill Statue in Parliament Sqaure. Pictured, the statue. 1st November 1973 (b/w photo)
The unveiling of the Sir Winston Churchill Statue in Parliament Sqaure. Pictured, the statue. 1st November 1973 (b/w photo)

MPX5903114: The unveiling of the Sir Winston Churchill Statue in Parliament Sqaure. Pictured, the statue. 1st November 1973 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Lady Spencer Churchill celebrates her 89th birthday with a reception at the Banqueting House, Whitehall, London. The occasion also marked the launching of the Churchill Centenary Trust campaign to raise One Million Pounds for One Million People. Pictured, Lady Churchill talks to Edward Heath. 1st April 1974 (b/w photo)
Lady Spencer Churchill celebrates her 89th birthday with a reception at the Banqueting House, Whitehall, London. The occasion also marked the launching of the Churchill Centenary Trust campaign to raise One Million Pounds for One Million People. Pictured, Lady Churchill talks to Edward Heath. 1st April 1974 (b/w photo)

MPX5903121: Lady Spencer Churchill celebrates her 89th birthday with a reception at the Banqueting House, Whitehall, London. The occasion also marked the launching of the Churchill Centenary Trust campaign to raise One Million Pounds for One Million People. Pictured, Lady Churchill talks to Edward Heath. 1st April 1974 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

The funeral of Sir Winston Churchill. After the state funeral service in St Paul's Cathedral, the coffin is taken to Bladon Church near his birthplace, Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, where Sir Winston will be buried in accordance with his own wish. Pictured, after the funeral service the coffin is loaded onto the gun-carriage at the foot of St Paul's Cathedral steps. 30th January 1965 (b/w photo)
The funeral of Sir Winston Churchill. After the state funeral service in St Paul's Cathedral, the coffin is taken to Bladon Church near his birthplace, Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, where Sir Winston will be buried in accordance with his own wish. Pictured, after the funeral service the coffin is loaded onto the gun-carriage at the foot of St Paul's Cathedral steps. 30th January 1965 (b/w photo)

MPX5903127: The funeral of Sir Winston Churchill. After the state funeral service in St Paul's Cathedral, the coffin is taken to Bladon Church near his birthplace, Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, where Sir Winston will be buried in accordance with his own wish. Pictured, after the funeral service the coffin is loaded onto the gun-carriage at the foot of St Paul's Cathedral steps. 30th January 1965 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

The funeral of Sir Winston Churchill. At Tower Pier. Coming down the ramp towards the Havengore is the mourning Churchill family led by Mrs Churchill on the arm of her son Randolph. 30th January 1965 (b/w photo)
The funeral of Sir Winston Churchill. At Tower Pier. Coming down the ramp towards the Havengore is the mourning Churchill family led by Mrs Churchill on the arm of her son Randolph. 30th January 1965 (b/w photo)

MPX5903128: The funeral of Sir Winston Churchill. At Tower Pier. Coming down the ramp towards the Havengore is the mourning Churchill family led by Mrs Churchill on the arm of her son Randolph. 30th January 1965 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Lady Churchill greeted by the Duke of Norfolk on her arrival at Westminster Abbey for a Coronation rehearsals. 20th May 1953 (b/w photo)
Lady Churchill greeted by the Duke of Norfolk on her arrival at Westminster Abbey for a Coronation rehearsals. 20th May 1953 (b/w photo)

MPX5903129: Lady Churchill greeted by the Duke of Norfolk on her arrival at Westminster Abbey for a Coronation rehearsals. 20th May 1953 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

The funeral of Sir Winston Churchill. After the state funeral service in St Paul's Cathedral, the coffin is taken to Bladon Church near his birthplace, Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, where Sir Winston will be buried in accordance with his own wish. Pictured, after the funeral service Lady Churchill watches as her husband's coffin is loaded onto the gun-carriage at the foot of St Paul's Cathedral steps. With her is her son Randolph and behind them her daughters Sarah (Lady Audley) on left and Mary (Mrs Chrstopher Soames). 30th January 1965 (b/w photo)
The funeral of Sir Winston Churchill. After the state funeral service in St Paul's Cathedral, the coffin is taken to Bladon Church near his birthplace, Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, where Sir Winston will be buried in accordance with his own wish. Pictured, after the funeral service Lady Churchill watches as her husband's coffin is loaded onto the gun-carriage at the foot of St Paul's Cathedral steps. With her is her son Randolph and behind them her daughters Sarah (Lady Audley) on left and Mary (Mrs Chrstopher Soames). 30th January 1965 (b/w photo)

MPX5903131: The funeral of Sir Winston Churchill. After the state funeral service in St Paul's Cathedral, the coffin is taken to Bladon Church near his birthplace, Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, where Sir Winston will be buried in accordance with his own wish. Pictured, after the funeral service Lady Churchill watches as her husband's coffin is loaded onto the gun-carriage at the foot of St Paul's Cathedral steps. With her is her son Randolph and behind them her daughters Sarah (Lady Audley) on left and Mary (Mrs Chrstopher Soames). 30th January 1965 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Foyles Luncheon in honour of the Rt. Hon. Harold Macmillan PC FRS, to mark the publication of his book
Foyles Luncheon in honour of the Rt. Hon. Harold Macmillan PC FRS, to mark the publication of his book

MPX5903133: Foyles Luncheon in honour of the Rt. Hon. Harold Macmillan PC FRS, to mark the publication of his book "The Blast of War" at The Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, London. Pictured, Lord Snow CBE, Rt Hon Harold Macmillan and Baroness Spencer-Churchill GBE talking together before the lunch. 13th September 1967 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Baroness Clementine Spencer-Churchill with Mrs Christopher Soames, looking at a bust of Sir Winston Churchill, at the unveiling of the bust in the Conservative Party Central Office. 4th April 1968 (b/w photo)
Baroness Clementine Spencer-Churchill with Mrs Christopher Soames, looking at a bust of Sir Winston Churchill, at the unveiling of the bust in the Conservative Party Central Office. 4th April 1968 (b/w photo)

MPX5903135: Baroness Clementine Spencer-Churchill with Mrs Christopher Soames, looking at a bust of Sir Winston Churchill, at the unveiling of the bust in the Conservative Party Central Office. 4th April 1968 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Lady Churchill and Emma Soames at the wedding of Richard Rhys and Lucy Rothenstein. 1959 (b/w photo)
Lady Churchill and Emma Soames at the wedding of Richard Rhys and Lucy Rothenstein. 1959 (b/w photo)

MPX5903140: Lady Churchill and Emma Soames at the wedding of Richard Rhys and Lucy Rothenstein. 1959 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Lady Churchill pictured on Sir Winston Churchill's 88th birthday. November 1962 (b/w photo)
Lady Churchill pictured on Sir Winston Churchill's 88th birthday. November 1962 (b/w photo)

MPX5903142: Lady Churchill pictured on Sir Winston Churchill's 88th birthday. November 1962 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images

Sir Winston Churchill goes home again from hospital, pictured, his wife Lady Churchill. 21st August 1962 (b/w photo)
Sir Winston Churchill goes home again from hospital, pictured, his wife Lady Churchill. 21st August 1962 (b/w photo)

MPX5903143: Sir Winston Churchill goes home again from hospital, pictured, his wife Lady Churchill. 21st August 1962 (b/w photo) / Bridgeman Images


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