- A typed and signed letter from iconic British Prime Minister Winston Churchill
Winston Churchill (1874 –1965) was a politician and statesman who twice served as British Prime Minister, and is regarded as one of the most influential people in British history.
Churchill led Britain to victory against Nazi Germany during WWII, with his regular speeches and broadcasts inspiring resistance against Adolf Hitler during the darkest days of the conflict.
In 1963 he became the first person to be declared an honorary citizen of the United States, and following his death in 1965 he was granted a state funeral by Queen Elizabeth II to mark his service to the nation.
In addition to his political career, Churchill was a renowned writer and was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953.
A letter from 29th February 1948 to the Hoh. Hugh Fraser, reads in full:
"Dear Fraser, I am asking a few of my Parliamentary colleagues to Luncheon on Thursday, March 11th, at 1 p.m., and I should be so glad if you could come., Yours sincerely. Winston S. Churchill".
Clearly signed in black fountain pen ink.
Item in very fine condition, with slight soiling.
A wonderful item signed by one of the most significant world leaders of the 20th century.
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