|1||The Funeral Of Sir Winston Churchill (Side 1)|
|2||The Funeral Of Sir Winston Churchill (Side 2)|
- Narrator – David Brinkley
NotesRecorded in London, January 30, 1965 with excerpts from Winston Churchill's speeches.
Released with the August 1965 issue of National Geographic (page 198A/198B).
All rights reserved by National Geographic Society and Decca Record Co. Ltd. Mfd. by Eva-Tone.
- Manufactured By – Eva-Tone Soundsheets
Short introSir Winston Churchill died on 24 January 1965, aged 90. His was the first state funeral for a non-royal family member since Lord Carson in 1935, and as of 2020 it remains the most recent state funeral in the United Kingdom. The official funeral lasted for four days. Planning for the funeral, known as Operation Hope Not, began 12 years before Churchill's death. It was initiated after Churchill's stroke in 1953 while in his second term as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. After several revisions. Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, KG, OM, CH, TD, PC, DL, FRS 30 November 1874 - 24 January 1965 was a British politician and statesman known for his leadership of the United Kingdom during the Second World War. He is widely regarded as one of the great wartime leaders. Recorded in London, January 30, 1965 with excerpts from Winston Churchill's speeches. Released with the August 1965 issue of National Geographic page 198A198B. by Eva-Tone. Sounds Of The Space Age - From Sputnik To Lunar Landing. No Artist. On the anniversary of Churchills funeral, look back at the day when Great Britain said farewell to the man who defended the country from the Nazis in World War are held to mark the 50th anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill's funeral, with the boat that carried his coffin repeating its Thames journey. Journalist Martin Bell, who worked for the BBC as a junior reporter at the funeral, said: What I remember is most of all. the sheer size of them, 10-12 deep all along the way. Very quiet, very dignified, almost devotional. It would be hard to imagine anybody now, however eminent, drawing that kind of crowd to his funeral. The 50th anniversary of Winston Churchills funeral will be marked on 30th January. The funeral barge carrying the coffin moves into mid-stream off Tower Pier, London, for the journey up the Thames to Festival Hall Pier and Waterloo Station. Photograph: Associated Press. The crowds had been kept away: the platform was deserted, but for a few railway porters and the cameramen. All the singles and albums of SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, peak chart positions, career stats, week-by-week chart runs and latest news. Title, Artist. Peak Pos. Wks No 1. Chart Facts. The voice of churchill. Sir winston churchill. Decca LXT6200. Dissimulation, the debut album from KSIOlajidebt is released this Friday Follow us on twitter. Follow us on Flipboard. More Charty Stuff. 10 Official Chart facts about Britneys Oops album on its 20th anniversary. Kylie Minogue working on her fifteenth studio album during lockdown. Sir Winstons Orders and Decorations and banners, the Earl Marshal and the 12 pall bearers, all precede the coffin, borne on the shoulders of the eight strong Guardsmen. They place his body gently on the black and silver catafalque under the Dome of St Pauls. Beyond him, the cold wax-white flowers of death. Front page of the Daily Telegraph on the morning of the funeral. Representatives of more than 110 nations attended, with crowds estimated at over a million lining the route of its procession, while another 350 million people watched live on television. British prime minister Sir Winston Churchill was born in Blenheim, Woodstock on November 30, 1874. When he died in 1965, his funeral train was pulled by British Railways ex-Southern Railway Bulleid Battle of Britain-class semi-streamlined Pacific 4-6-2 steam locomotive No. 34051 Winston Churchill. Winston Churchill is on display at the National Railway Museum with the special V for victory headcode, a reference to Churchill's role leading the Allies in World War II, and is coupled to the baggage car that carried Churchill's coffin from London to Hanborough, Oxfordshir,. Winston Churchill. Follow Artist. Discography . Songs . Related . The Man Who Inspired a Nation: Sir Winston Churchill Wartime Speeches
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