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Hughenden Manor was the country home of the English Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli who lived from 1848 to 1881.

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Jennie Jerome Churchill - American-born British socialite, the wife of Lord Randolph Churchill and the mother of British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.

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Giustizia e Libertà Flag-Giustizia e Libertà (Italian pronunciation: [dʒusˈtittsja e liberˈtaː]; English: Justice and Freedom) was an Italian anti-fascist resistance movement, active from 1929 to 1945.[1] The movement was founded by Carlo Rosselli.[2] Ferruccio Parri - who later became Prime Minister of Italy, and Sandro Pertini - who later became President of Italy were among the movement's leaders

April 27, 1985: Prince Charles & Princess Diana are greeted by Italian President, Sandro Pertini & Prime Minister, Bettino Craxi. Day 9

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April 27, 1985: Princess Diana and Prince Charles are greeted by Italian President, Sandro Pertini & Prime Minister, Bettino Craxi. Day 9

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This Week In Pictures - 05/05/2015

Prime minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha Cameron return to their home at 10 Downing Street in London after Cameron's Conservative party surge ahead in the polls today.8th May 2015

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António de Oliveira Salazar (1889–1970) founded and led the Estado Novo (New State), the authoritarian, right-wing government that presided over and controlled Portugal from 1932 to 1974. Its policy envisaged the perpetuation of Portugal as a pluricontinental nation under the doctrine of lusotropicalism, with Angola, Mozambique, and other Portuguese territories as extensions of Portugal itself. Salazar's government and its secret police PIDE repressed civil liberties and political freedoms.

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Winston Churchill: A selection of the best excerpts from the speech made by Prime Minister Winston Churchill at the height of the Battle of Britain on August 20, 1940.

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