High quality, 1/14 scale resin bust of of Sir Winston Churchill, designed for painters and collectors. This miniature represents Sir Winston Churchill during the Second World War. We called this series as "Veni, Vidi, Vici". The bust has the portrait quality and comes with the custom-made face expression. Unpainted historical resin miniature bust of British Premier Minister, requires assembly and painting. The design registered with the Intellectual Property Office (IPO). Design number: 6047062.
Some interesting facts about Winston Churshill
Churchill was delegated First Lord of the Admiralty along with being appointed First Lord of the Admiralty and a member of the War Cabinet during the outbreak of the first war. Once the board found out they quickly sent a flag to the Fleet, uttering: "Winston is back." On the day that Hitler attacked France, at the age of 65 Churchill took office.
Rumour has it that Winston Churchill was the only individual whom Field Marshal Montgomery would permit to smoke in his presence. The mid-year of 1940 was named by Sir Winston Churchill as Britain's "best hour" – in spite of many accepting at the time that triumph against the propelling Nazi armed force would be inconceivable.
His renowned first speech in parliament "I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and sweat" was described by a historian as a most powerful one, whereby within that exact parliament of which had previously mocked him, the members were "now listening, and cheering".
Churchill had secretly visited the White House just before Christmas in 1941. During this 24-day visit he had a significant effect on staff – who had indeed needed to conform to his unconventionalities, Chief Usher J.B. West had stated, "We got used to his 'jumpsuit,’ the remarkable one-piece uniform he wore each day, however the staff never fully got over walking in on him stripped naked in his room when they'd go up to serve liquor. It was the jumpsuit or nothing. In his room, Mr. Churchill wore no garments at all more often than not amid the day."
Critically, he assembled the country in insubordination of Hitler. In the expressions of Labor government official Hugh Dalton, Churchill was 'the only man we have for this hour'. This view was shared by most of Britain.
Churchill settled on arranging and executing decisions - both political and military - more straightforward and progressively proficient. His powerful character was fundamental in establishing 'Big Three' Alliance with Britain's allies, Russia and the United States. Field Marshal Sir Alan Brooke wrote, 'It is worth all these difficulties to have the privilege to work with such a man'.
At the end of the Second World War addressed the enormous crowds that had formed outside Whitehall and pronounced "This is your victory." to which the mass of people shouted back: "No, it is yours". Sir Winston Churchill then conducted them in the singing of "Land of Hope and Glory".
Churchill was a infamously passionate for beverages, specifically Champagne. He had stated "I could not live without Champagne. In victory I deserve it. In defeat I need it."