Churchill was one of the most inspiring people in the whole history of mankind. His leadership in 1940 was a major factor in Hitler's Nazi forces being thwarted in their attempt to conquer Europe. In 1946 his warnings of the Soviet intent to take over Western Europe were scorned but as often with his predictions he was proven right and the formation of NATO owed much to his leadership. His life, achievements, and philosophy are still highly pertinent in the 21st Century.
Not surprising that someone as notable a figure as Winston Churchill would be the target of revisionist opinions. However of late some have become vicious and downright nasty
- as well as being untrue.
The Toronto Star of March 9, 2018 "Race and Gender" columnist referred to Churchill as a barbaric monster.
The article may be downloaded from our site - Download the Star Article
The response to The Star which was not published may be viewed from the link Response to Star Article
A full response on the Hillsdale College "The Churchill Project" of March 20, 2018 can be downloaded. The link to the rebuttal is at The Churchill Project Response
Now the National Post attacks Winston in John Ivison's Article: Donald Trump is no Winston Churchill
The National Post Article may be downloaded at John Ivison Article June 05 2020
A response to National Post Article (June 05 2020) which was not published may be viewed from the link Response to John Ivison
Mr. Richard Langworth Senior Fellow Hillsdale College also replied to the National Post Article with Mr. Ivison is right. And wrong. Mr. Langworth's response may be viewed at Mr. Richard Langworth response
A major objective of ICS Canada is the education of the public and especially the younger generation on the life and achievements of Winston Churchill and their relevance in the 21st century.
The 80th Anniversary Atlantic Charter - August 14 2021 (1:00 PM to 3:00 PM)In August, 1941 Winston Churchill and Franklin Delano Roosevelt met in secret in Placentia Bay, Newfoundland. Together they produced the Atlantic Charter, a statement of the principles on which they aimed to build a postwar world order.
The World RemembersThe Society is proud to be a sponsor of this Canadian WWl remembrance project, which acknowledges by name the men and women from twelve participating countries who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the War. Full details can be viewed at www.theworldremembers.org.
The Royal Canadian Legion Magazine, July/August 2018, Face to Face opinions can be downloaded from the Legion site.Legion Magazine Link Dieppe
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