Winston Churchill Memorial and Library

The National Churchill Museum, (formerly the Winston Churchill Memorial and Library) located on the Westminster College campus in Fulton, Missouri, United States, commemorates the life and times of Sir Winston Churchill. In 1946, Winston Churchill delivered his famous "Sinews of Peace" address in the Westminster Historic Gymnasium. His speech, due to one particularly famous phrase ("an ‘Iron Curtain’ has descended across the continent"), has come to be known as the "Iron Curtain" speech. One of Churchill's most famous speeches of all time, "Sinews of Peace" heralded the beginning of the Cold War.

The National Churchill Museum comprises three distinct but related elements: the Church of St Mary Aldermanbury, the museum, and the "Breakthrough" sculpture.

Read more about Winston Churchill Memorial And Library:  Overview, The "Sinews of Peace": Putting Fulton On The Map, Churchill's Living Memorial: St. Mary, Aldermanbury, Winston S. Churchill: A Life of Leadership Gallery, "Breakthrough:" The National Churchill Museum Comes Full-Circle, Following in Churchill's Footsteps: The Green & Kemper Lecture Series

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