Finest Hour, 150, 2011.
"The Debate on the Address, House of Commons, 1 November 1960" by Alfred R. Thomson RA. Sir Winston Churchill (back cover) is in his usual seat below the gangway. Prime Minister Harold Macmillan is speaking. Seated behind him (red hair) is Commonwealth Secretary Duncan Sandys. To Sandys' right is Henry Brooke and (back cover) Selwyn Lloyd, R.A. Bulter and, probably, John Maclay, Behind Maclay, leaning forward with paper in hand, is the Leader of the Opposition, Labour's Hugh Gaitskell; behind him, also leaning, is Liberal Leader, Jo Grimond. The painting, presented to Harold Macmillan by the 1922 Committee in 1963, hangs in the Palace of Westminster.
Finest Hour, 151, 2011.
Admiralty Christmas card, 1941, showing HMS Prince of Wales returning Churchill from the Atlantic Charter conference with Roosevelt, August 1941. Flying from the masts are the signal flags PYU (international code for 'Good Voyage') and CHURCHILL.
Finest Hour, 152, 2011.
"Como Lakeside' by Winston S. Churchill, painted alongside a similar work by Field Marshal Sir Harold Alexander during Churchill's post-election holiday in September, 1945. The two paintings now hand side by side at Chartwell.
Finest Hour, 153, 2011-2012.
"Winston at Work' by Edwina Sandys, from Edwina Sandys Art.
Finest Hour, 154, 2012.
Yousuf Karsh snapped more than two photos of Churchill in Ottawa in 1941, but until now, most of them remained unknown. Design by Charlotte Thibault.
Finest Hour, 155, 2012.
An 18-inch Laran bronze bust by Rober Leister Stetson, who worked form photographs, books and FH "to emphasize Churchill's vision, boldness and magnanimity rather than his frequently shown tenacity, hoping to find expression of what we know of his character."