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The 50th anniversary of Churchill's death this month offers Britain and the world a chance to celebrate, remember and reflect on the legacy of one of the most iconic figures of the 20th century.
Writing in The Telegraph, former Churchill Archives Centre By-Fellow and Churchill scholar Dr Warren Dockter looks ahead at planned events to commemorate the former prime minister's many achievements.
A programme of global events and new digital resources have been coordinated by Churchill 2015 — an alliance of Churchill-related institutions from around the world to celebrate Churchill's legacy, ensure his words live on and inspire new generations.