National Winston Churchill Day
National Winston Churchill Day is observed next on Sunday, April 9th, 2023 (15 days from today).
National Winston Churchill Day is celebrated on April 9th every year in order to commemorate Winston Churchill, an honorary citizen of the United States on April 9, 1963. Honorary citizenship is a status given by a country to a person abroad to honor members of their achievements or contributions in life and a law shall be drafted and passed by a vote of the United States Senate. He was a notable Prime Minister of Great Britain during World War II and is also known for his political and military knowledge. He was born in 1874 and never attended university, but taught himself by many books. He was a great writer, artist, and orator and was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature for his writing in 1953. He was elected and became a member of the British Parliament in 1900 and later prime minister of the United Kingdom.
History of National Winston Churchill Day
There is a lot to be said about the English-American treasure that is Winston Churchill. He was born in a family with a wealthy American mother and grandson of a Duke. However, his early years proved difficult, grappling with his academics and research. His teacher called him “untimely and careless”. However, as an adult, Churchill excelled in history and began writing poetry for the school magazine. After being influenced repeatedly of his father, Churchill began to serve for the army and graduated from the Royal Military Academy in 1894. In his early 20s from 1895 to 1900, Churchill fought in Vietnam. Cuba, India, Sudan and South Africa, mentioned in dispatch and recommended decoration, won four campaign medals and the Spanish Military Merit Medal, wrote five books, became a war correspondent renowned school and faculty, gained international fame as a prisoner of war escape, and elected to a seat in Congress, all before his twenty-sixth birthday. He then led England to victory in the Second World War under his command as prime minister. As a famous politician, military officer, and writer, it's hard to pinpoint who he's had the most impact on. With the Nobel Prize in Literature, numerous prestigious medals, and an undeniable impact on the world we live in today, we choose this day to honor a man who not only achieved greatness, but also character make it.
Reasons for National Winston Churchill Day being important
- "Keep calm and move on"
Churchill did not utter these famous words but he is perhaps the one most associated with them. Nowadays, this slogan are used to promote a lot of types of services and ideals.
- He is the best Englishman
From pop music to royalty, Americans still seem to love Britain, including the fact that Churchill is an honorary citizen.
- He reminds us that there are some good things in the world
Churchill is a good example for all of us, not just the British people. Brave, tenacious, erudite and indomitable, he is all we need in a leader when fascism is ruling the world. He was a respected political leader, orator, and leader who rallied the world for the sake of freedom. His strong will created the world we inherited, and that is worth remembering and celebrating.
How to celebrate National Winston Churchill Day
Do you have any ideas for celebrating National Winston Churchill Day? Reading and learning about him, the British Prime Minister of World War II is a great way for you. He is a writer, so one can spend time reading any of his books. Winston Churchill was a great orator and an inspirational figure known the world over. This day honors Winston for his managerial skills, leadership qualities, inspirational speeches and courageous decisions. On this day, the president of the United States calls on people across the country to observe the day with ceremonies and activities in his memory. Do not forget sharing your National Winston Churchill Day celebrations on social media by using the hashtag #NationalWinstonChurchillDay.
ObservedNational Winston Churchill Day has been observed annually on April 9th.
Friday, April 9th, 2021
Saturday, April 9th, 2022
Sunday, April 9th, 2023
Tuesday, April 9th, 2024
Wednesday, April 9th, 2025