News & Events

Press Release, March 2017

Randy Otto returns as Winston Churchill

February 22, 2018 ~ Dinner Event
Randy Otto returns as Winston Churchill and Painting As A Past Time. Mr. Otto will take us back to one of the darkest periods in Churchill’s life, the early days of WWI and the fallout from the Dardanelles & Gallipoli campaigns and the forces that drew him to the artists easel.



35th International Churchill Conference

November 9-11, 2018, Williamsburg, VA 
The International Churchill Society is pleased to announce that the Thirty-fifth International Churchill Conference will be held in the historic Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia on November 9-11, 2018. Hotel reservations are now open.

The conference will begin on Friday, November 9th and continue through the morning of Sunday the 11th at the Williamsburg Lodge. The final day will mark the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice agreement that brought to an end the First World War.

During the conference, historian Andrew Roberts will speak about his major new Churchill biography Walking with Destiny, which will be published in the autumn of 2018.


Andrew Roberts

November 15, 2018 ~ Dinner Event
Join us as celebrated British historian, journalist and Bradley Prize winner Andrew Roberts arrives in Milwaukee to discuss his newest Churchill biography, Walking With Destiny. Based on 43 new sources that have been donated to the Churchill Archives, this is the first significant bio since the last major work in 2001. Queen Elizabeth II allowed Mr. Roberts to be the first Churchill biographer to use her father King George VI’s diaries.


David Lough

May 17, 2019 ~ Dinner Event
Join us as acclaimed author David Lough returns to Milwaukee to discuss his newest Churchill work, Darling Winston: The Letters Between Winston Churchill and His Mother. Mr. Lough traces Churchill’s emotional, intellectual, and political development as confided to his primary mentor, his mother, American born Lady Jennie Jerome Churchill over a forty year period. My Darling Winston tells the story of a changing mother-son relationship, characterized at the outset by Churchill’s emotional and practical dependence on his mother, but which is dramatically reversed as her life begins to disintegrate tragically towards its end. For reservations call: 414-276-0590. Members $100.00 – Guests

Past News & Events

34th International Churchill Conference
October 10-12, 2017 | The Essex House Hotel, New York, NY

An Evening with David Lough
Thursday, October 19, 2017
Speaking About His Critically Acclaimed Book, “No More Champagne: Churchill and His Money”
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An Evening With Lee Pollock Trustee & Former Executive Director of the International Churchill Society
June 1, 2017

A Visit With Randolph Spencer-Churchill & Jennie Churchill Repard, Winston Churchill’s Great-Grandchildren
May 13, 2017

Winston Churchill’s great-grandchildren will be speaking about their illustrious namesakes and great-great grandparents Lord Randolph Churchill and Lady Jennie Jerome Churchill. They will be introduced by the Chairman of the International Churchill Society, Laurence Geller CBE.

A Lecture by Dr. Michael Shelden – Author of: Young Titan, The Making of Winston Churchill
May 5, 2017

April 4, 2017: Sir Winston Churchill remembered for his love of painting

An Evening With Timothy Riley

An Evening With Dr. Michael Shelden

An Evening With Winston Churchill

Opening Reception | Letter from Randolph Churchill