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Sir Winston Churchill to feature on new bank note. It will be in circulation in 2016. Can't think of anyone else apart from HM The Queen that I would rather see every day!

Sir Winston Churchill to feature on new bank note. It will be in circulation in 2016. Can't think of anyone else apart from HM The Queen that I would rather see every day!

Keith Richards and Mick Jagger 1965 via voodoolounge Tumblr. “Everything they’d been brought up not to do, they could do at a rock-and-roll show.” ― #KeithRichards. [Life] ❤

Keith Richards and Mick Jagger 1965 via voodoolounge Tumblr. “Everything they’d been brought up not to do, they could do at a rock-and-roll show.” ― #KeithRichards. [Life] ❤

Thai Baht (THB)

Thai Baht (THB)

Winston Churchill, T. E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) and Emir Abdullah walking in the gardens of the Government House, Jerusalem, during a secret conference. 1921 [1536x1453]

Winston Churchill, T. E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) and Emir Abdullah walking in the gardens of the Government House, Jerusalem, during a secret conference. 1921 [1536x1453]

Sir Winston Churchill with daughter Mary  Google Image Result for http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02041/Mary-churchill_2041212c.jpg

Sir Winston Churchill with daughter Mary Google Image Result for http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02041/Mary-churchill_2041212c.jpg

LAK

LAK

Winston Churchill, looking especially puckish, and Canadian PM William Lyon Mackenzie King stand behind U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt and Canada’s Governor-General, the Earl of Athlone, at a photo opp during the first Quebec Conference on Aug. 18, 1943. Among other things, the leaders agreed in principle to launch the invasion of France the following May (D-Day finally came on June 6, 1944).

Winston Churchill, looking especially puckish, and Canadian PM William Lyon Mackenzie King stand behind U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt and Canada’s Governor-General, the Earl of Athlone, at a photo opp during the first Quebec Conference on Aug. 18, 1943. Among other things, the leaders agreed in principle to launch the invasion of France the following May (D-Day finally came on June 6, 1944).

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