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April 9, 1963: Winston Churchill proclaimed first honary citizen of U.S.

  From the Archives: In a ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House, President John Kennedy proclaimed Sir Winston Churchill the first honorary citizen of the United States. Churchill was physically unable to attend, his son and grandson accepted the award for him. 

Trilogy on Winston Churchill wraps up in final installment

  Paul Reid, co-author of a new biography on late British PM Winston Churchill, joins Morning Joe to discuss Chuchill's life and times, his legacy, and his fondness for drinking. This is the third and final installment of the "Last Lion" series on Churchill.

Bashir on Office Politics with Alex Witt

  In Office Politics, MSNBC’s Martin Bashir and Alex Witt share thoughts on the Eurozone’s economic crisis, America’s appetite for involvement in Syria, and Winston Churchill’s love of cigars.

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Britain's wartime leader Winston Churchill is seen on a design for a new banknote in London
Britain's wartime leader Winston Churchill is seen on a design for a new banknote in London

Britain's wartime leader Winston Churchill is seen on a design for a new banknote, which includes his famous declaration "I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat", in a picture released by the Bank of England in London April 25, 2013. The governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King