Who was the British prime minister in 1953?
The Prime Minister's Residence:
Since 1905, the prime minister of the United Kingdom has resided, as his or her primary residence, Number 10 or 10 Downing Street. It is in the Westminster area of London and is hundreds of years old.
Answer and Explanation:
The prime minister of the United Kingdom in 1953 was Winston Churchill. Sir Winston Churchill actually served as the prime minister on two separate...
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In this lesson, we'll learn about Winston Churchill's 1946 ''Iron Curtain'' speech. We'll learn what he meant by this term and how it has been applied in the context of the Cold War.