In 1946 Churchill gave two speeches that alerted the world to the threat posed by Stalin. In Churchill's Legacy, Lord Watson explains how and why Churchill exposed this threat, calling for US support and European unity. In Fulton and Zurich, Churchill presented a new prospect of recovery and hope- both for him as a political pioneer, and for the world.
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' A fine and insightful tribute to my great-grandfather's political instincts and his courageous approach to difficult international matters'
The Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill occupies the site of the former Brent Town Hall, a 1940s Grade II listed building which was bought from Brent Council by the French Education Property Trust
The Lycée’s name was chosen in recognition of the crucial role played by Churchill in the victory of the Allied forces in World War Two and the 1944 Liberation of France.