Churchill in VANITY FAIR
1900, "Winston" by Spy (left);
1911, "Winnie" by Nibs.
Although both prints are much in demand and are not inexpensive, the 1911 print is the more rare. VANITY FAIR by 1911 was in the process of ceasing publication and fewer copies were printed.
BBC Picture Portfolio
To accompany the first complete television biography of Winston Churchill, entitled Churchill and produced by Sir Martin Gilbert in four parts for the BBC and A&E Television, the BBC Education Department published a five-part picture portfolio in 1992. The portfolio charts the life and political career of Churchill. The first two parts, shown here, are Churchill: Wartime Speeches and Churchill, 1874-1965, the latter representing a timeline of Churchill’s life and career. The remaining three parts are, In Politics, 1900-1922, In Politics, 1924-1939, and War Leader, 1939-1945.
November 20, 1954
In honor of Churchill’s 80th birthday: To Winston, with affectionate birthday greetings from his old castigator, LOW.
Churchill at Harvard University, 1943
Winston Churchill flashes his famous “V” for victory sign after receiving an honorary degree from Harvard University, September 6, 1943
Series of 25 Folio-sized
Winston Churchill, Man of Our Time is part of the Pictures That Teach series issued by the Silver Burdette Company in 1964 for educational purposes. Events in the life and career of Churchill are depicted in 25 folio-size, hardboard pictures.
Churchill as John Bull
Poster Design, 1940
This print is the first facsimile document of a total of 13 such documents included in a picture portfolio entitled "Churchill, The War Leader, 1940-1945" and published in 1998. The portfolio is commercially available and can be ordered from most book stores at a price of about US$20. The print by Illingworth (an illustrator of many Churchill cartoons appearing in PUNCH during the war years) depicts Churchill as England's "John Bull" with his back to the wall facing the German onslaught in the dark days of 1940; troops of the British Commonwealth and Empire are clammering over the top of the wall to join Churchill in the spirit of "Never Surrender."