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Winston Churchill shakes hands with Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito.

Josip Tito and Winston Churchill in Yugoslavia, circa early During World War II Tito was the leader of the Partisans, often regarded as the most effective resistance movement in occupied Europe.

The Prime Minister Winston Churchill helps to build a pillbox at Canford Cliffs, Poole, England, during a visit to Southern Command on 17 July 1940.

The Prime Minister Winston Churchill helps to build a pillbox at Canford Cliffs, Poole, England, during a visit to Southern Command on 17 July (note: Churchill enjoyed doing brickwork on his estate)

Franklin Roosevelt, the Earl of Athlone, Mckenzie King, and Winston Churchill on the terrace at the Citadelle, Quebec, Canada, Aug 1943

[Photo] Franklin Roosevelt, the Earl of Athlone, Mckenzie King, and Winston Churchill on the terrace at the Citadelle, Quebec, Canada, Aug 1943

Winston Churchill , William Mackenzie King, the Earl of Athlone, and Franklin D. Roosevelt on the terrace of the citadel in Quebec, Canada during the Ottawa conference in which the invasion strategy for Normandy was discussed.

Marshal Josip Broz Tito, who united the Yugoslav partisans in the fight against the Nazis, poses for the camera with his dog in June 1944. Tito ruled Yugoslavia until his death in 1980. Within a decade, Yugoslavia sunk in civil war and split again into its constituent parts.

Marshal Josip Broz Tito united the Yugoslav partisans in the fight against the Nazis is seen with his dog in June Tito ruled Yugoslavia until his death in

Winston Churchill on his way to his own wedding at St. Margaret's Church on 12…

Winston Churchill Churchill in Morning Dress on His Wedding Day

Pictures of the groom and groomsmen before the wedding: Winston Churchill on his way to his own wedding at St. Margaret's Church on 12 September 1908

Horton (Cpt) -- Winston Churchill reads a newspaper on the platform at St Andrews railway station, during a tour of defences and naval forces in Scotland, 23 October 1940. -- High quality art prints, canvases -- Imperial War Museum Prints

H The Prime Minister Winston Churchill reads a newspaper on the platform while waiting for a train at St Andrews during a trip to Scotland to visit Polish troops inspect coastal defences and tour a Naval Establishment in Fife on 23 October 1940

Josip Tito, Winston Churchill, and Anthony Eden in London, England, United Kingdom, 1947

[Photo] Josip Tito, Winston Churchill, and Anthony Eden in London, England, United Kingdom, 1947

(L-R) Yugoslavian President Marshal Josip Broz Tito, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden

Winston Churchill and his wife, Clementine, on board a naval auxiliary patrol vessel during a visit to the London docks, 25 September 1940.

Horton (Cpt) -- Winston Churchill and his wife, Clementine, on board a naval auxiliary patrol vessel during a visit to the London docks, 25 September

Sir Winston Spencer Churchill after a polo match in England 1909

"Churchill was a lover of animals - large and small, domestic and barnyard - and…

Sir Winston, his son Randolf [i.e., Randolph], and grandson, Winston in coronation robes

[Masonic Eight-Pointed Star (Chaos Star) or Masonic octagon & cross?] Sir Winston Churchill his son Randolph, and his grandson Winston 1965 by Toni Frissell

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