British Prime Minister during World War II who encouraged bravery and endurance. He became the first Honorary Citizen of the United States and later the first British Prime Minister to win the Nobel Prize in Literature.
He joined the British Army as a Major with the 2nd Battalion, Grenadier Guards before being elected to the seat of Oldham at the 1900 general Parliament election.
He opposed Mahatma Gandhi's peaceful disobedience revolt and wanted to prevent India from gaining independence.
He developed a lisp and stutter and spent a lot of time away from his parents while growing incredibly close to his nanny.
His mother, Jennie Jerome, was a popular American socialite. He married Clementine Hozier on 12 September 1908 and they had five children together.