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"Prime: A Legacy of Leadership and Resilience" From the soaring skies to the halls of power, prime moments in history have shaped our world

Background imagePrime Collection: Churchills praise for RAF Pilots

Churchills praise for RAF Pilots
" Never was so much owed by so many to so few" - Prime Minister Winston Churchill from a speech made on 20th August 1940

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Margaret Thatcher
MARGARET THATCHER nee ROBERTS First woman to be British Prime Minister (Conservative) 1979-90

Background imagePrime Collection: The Three Dancers

The Three Dancers (1945). Luke, John 1906-1975. The Three Dancers is a prime example of Luke?s highly stylised and precise technique

Background imagePrime Collection: Winston Churchill - Giving the V for Victory sign

Winston Churchill - Giving the V for Victory sign
Winston Churchill (1874-1965) - Giving the V for Victory sign. Churchill was Prime Minister of the United Kingdon from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955. Date: circa 1940

Background imagePrime Collection: Margaret Thatcher 1925-

Margaret Thatcher 1925-
MARGARET THATCHER nee ROBERTS First woman to be British Prime Minister (Conservative) 1979-90

Background imagePrime Collection: Churchill and Roosevelt

Churchill and Roosevelt
Washington D.C. Prime Minister Winston Churchill and President Roosevelt relax in the south grounds of the White House prior to the daily meeting of the combined British and U.S

Background imagePrime Collection: Wartime poster of Churchills famous words

Wartime poster of Churchills famous words: Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few, referring to the pilots of the Royal Air Force, fighting the Battle of Britain

Background imagePrime Collection: Sir Robert Peel, c. 1846

Sir Robert Peel, c. 1846
Engraving of Sir Robert Peel (1788-1850), the English statesman and Prime Minister. Peel was a Conservative MP who held strong views on Irish Catholicism and Free Trade vs Protectionism

Background imagePrime Collection: Propaganda poster: prime ministers statement

Propaganda poster: prime ministers statement
Second world war propaganda poster. Above a photograph of five brave airmen is a quotation from the Prime Minister, Winston Churchill: Never was so much owed by so many to so few

Background imagePrime Collection: Mossadeq 1951 Man of Year, from Time 1952. Mohammad Mosaddegh (19 May 1882 - 5 March

Mossadeq 1951 Man of Year, from Time 1952. Mohammad Mosaddegh (19 May 1882 - 5 March 1967) Prime Minister of Iran from 1951 to 1953 when he was overthrown in a coup d etat backed by the United States

Background imagePrime Collection: King George VI and Winston Churchill, 1940

King George VI and Winston Churchill, 1940
Wartime British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill photographed with King George VI and Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace in September 1940 after the Palace had been damaged by German bombs during

Background imagePrime Collection: Gladstone / Home Rule Bill

Gladstone / Home Rule Bill
The House of Commons, February 13 1893. William Gladstone, Liberal Prime Minister, introduces the Second Home Rule Bill

Background imagePrime Collection: VE Day - royal family and Churchill on balcony

VE Day - royal family and Churchill on balcony
King George VI, Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother) together with their daughters, Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) in ATS uniform and Princess Margaret Rose, and Prime Minister

Background imagePrime Collection: Albanian King Zog I

Albanian King Zog I
The Albanian King Zog I (1895-1961) - previously Ahmed Zog - initially Prime Minister from 1923 to 1924, then President from January 1925 until 1928 (as depicted here) and on September 1st

Background imagePrime Collection: Court room scene, Mr M Naughten trial

Court room scene, Mr M Naughten trial
A sketch taken of the courtroom at Old Bailey where the trial of Mr M Naughten took place, for the assassination Mr Edward Drummond, secretary to Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel

Background imagePrime Collection: Jim Callaghan / Labour Pm

Jim Callaghan / Labour Pm
JAMES CALLAGHAN LORD CALLAGHAN of CARDIFF Labour Party leader and British Prime Minister (1976-79)

Background imagePrime Collection: Winston Churchill in Bristol, 1941

Winston Churchill in Bristol, 1941
Winston Churchill visits bomb-damaged Bristol on 12th April 1941, during World War Two. Date: 12th April 1941

Background imagePrime Collection: Portrait photograph of a young Winston Churchill

Portrait photograph of a young Winston Churchill in a top hat, smart jacket and cane. Date: C. 1920

Background imagePrime Collection: Neville Chamberlain PM, 1938

Neville Chamberlain PM, 1938
Portrait of (Arthur) Neville Chamberlain (1869-1940), British Prime Minister, photographed in 1938

Background imagePrime Collection: Stanley Baldwin, 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley, (1867-1947)

Stanley Baldwin, 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley, (1867-1947)
Portrait of Stanley Baldwin, 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley; the Conservative politician and Prime Minister

Background imagePrime Collection: King George VI and Clement Attlee, Buckingham Palace, 1945

King George VI and Clement Attlee, Buckingham Palace, 1945
Photograph of King George VI (1895-1952) and Clement Attlee, 1st Earl Attlee, (1883-1967) in the grounds of Buckingham Palace, 1945

Background imagePrime Collection: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill V for victory salut

British Prime Minister Winston Churchill V for victory salut
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill making his V for victory salute

Background imagePrime Collection: William Pitt (1708-1778). British politician

William Pitt (1708-1778). British politician
PITT, William (London 1708-Hayes, 1778), first Earl of Chatham, called Pitt the Elder or Prime Pitt. Also konwn as The Great Commoner. British politician. He joined the ranks of Commons Whig in 1735

Background imagePrime Collection: Westminster Bridge and Parliament on a Christmas card

Westminster Bridge and Parliament on a Christmas card
Westminster Bridge and the Houses of Parliament, with Big Ben, inside a Christmas card from Stanley Baldwin (at that time British Prime Minister). (2 of 2) Date: 1928

Background imagePrime Collection: Eleftherios Venizelos in exile in Paris

Eleftherios Venizelos in exile in Paris
Eleftherios Venizelos (1864-1936), Greek revolutionary and politician, who served as Prime Minister 1910-1920 and 1928-1932

Background imagePrime Collection: Winston Churchill entering No 10 Downing St by David Wright

Winston Churchill entering No 10 Downing St by David Wright
Painting by David Wright showing Prime Minister Winston Churchill entering No. 10 Downing Street after winning the General Election in 1951

Background imagePrime Collection: David Lloyd George visiting Newport during WW1

David Lloyd George visiting Newport during WW1
David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor (1863-1945), British Liberal Prime Minister from 1916 to 1922. Seen here as Minister of Munitions, visiting Newport, Wales

Background imagePrime Collection: Eleftherios Venizelos, Greek politician and Prime Minister

Eleftherios Venizelos, Greek politician and Prime Minister
Eleftherios Venizelos (1864-1936), Greek politician, served as Prime Minister 1910-1920 and 1928-1932. Date: early 20th century

Background imagePrime Collection: Douglas-Home / Alec

Douglas-Home / Alec
SIR ALEC DOUGLAS-HOME British Prime Minister (Conservative) 1963-4

Background imagePrime Collection: The Prime Minister: Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne Cecil, 3rd Marquis of Salisbury

The Prime Minister: Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne Cecil, 3rd Marquis of Salisbury (1830-1903) British Conservative statesman. Prime Minister 1885, 1886, 1895-1902, in 1900

Background imagePrime Collection: Camera lenses

Camera lenses. Seen here (from left to right) are: a wide-angle fixed lens, a standard zoom lens (left), a wide-angle zoom lens (right) and a telephoto lens

Background imagePrime Collection: Harold Macmillan at the United Nations General Assembly

Harold Macmillan at the United Nations General Assembly
Photograph of (Maurice) Harold Macmillan speaking to the United Nations General Assembly, 29th September 1960. In a powerful speech the British Prime Minister spoke on Britains colonial record

Background imagePrime Collection: David Lloyd George leaving Downing Street

David Lloyd George leaving Downing Street
Lloyd George pictured leaving Downing Street after his resignation with his wife and daughter Megan. His resignation announcement featured in the Court circular of 19th October

Background imagePrime Collection: King George VI and Clement Attlee, at Buckingham Palace, 194

King George VI and Clement Attlee, at Buckingham Palace, 194
Photograph of King George VI (1895-1952) and Clement Attlee, 1st Earl Attlee, (1883-1967) in the grounds of Buckingham Palace, 1945

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Margaret Thatcher
Portrait of Margaret Thatcher, British Prime Minister 1979-1990

Background imagePrime Collection: Margaret Thatcher

Margaret Thatcher
Portrait of Margaret Thatcher, British Prime Minister 1979-1990

Background imagePrime Collection: Cartoon, The Confidence Trick! (Northcote and Disraeli)

Cartoon, The Confidence Trick! (Northcote and Disraeli)
Cartoon, The Confidence Trick! Stafford Northcote (Chancellor of the Exchequer) and Benjamin Disraeli (Prime Minister) ask John Bull for six million pounds to strengthen their hands at a forthcoming

Background imagePrime Collection: Neville Chamberlain fishing by Ernest H. Thomas

Neville Chamberlain fishing by Ernest H. Thomas
Prime Minister, The Right Hon. Neville Chamberlain engaged in his favourite pastime of fly fishing. The artist, Ernest H. Thomas

Background imagePrime Collection: Cartoon, Britannia between Scylla & Charybdis

Cartoon, Britannia between Scylla & Charybdis, or, the Vessel of the Constitution steered clear of the Rock of Democracy, and the Whirlpool of Arbitrary Power, by James Gillray

Background imagePrime Collection: Margaret Thatcher at Marazion Community Centre

Margaret Thatcher at Marazion Community Centre
Margaret Thatcher, Prime Minister, enjoying a Cornish pasty and a cup of tea during her visit to Marazion Community Centre, Cornwall. Also present are David Harris MP and the Lady Dowager St Levan

Background imagePrime Collection: Winston Churchill / Stamp

Winston Churchill / Stamp
WINSTON CHURCHILL, British Statesman, here as First Lord of the Admiralty during World War One

Background imagePrime Collection: Winston Churchill posing in the garden of the White House

Winston Churchill posing in the garden of the White House
Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister, posing hte the grounds of the White House, Washington, dressed in his siren suit. Churchill was in the USA for a meeting with Franklin D

Background imagePrime Collection: Lord Salisbury, British Prime Minister

Lord Salisbury, British Prime Minister
Lord Salisbury (Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury, 1830-1903), British Prime Minister. 1889

Background imagePrime Collection: Guillotine

Guillotine
Petri Damstén

Background imagePrime Collection: WW2 era - Comic Postcard - For Evermore

WW2 era - Comic Postcard - For Evermore
The Caption is For evermore. Ground facilities for the fly boys was the responsibiiity of the RAF Regiment. The Prime Ministers message on the back is We shall continue steadfast in faith

Background imagePrime Collection: Walberton House, 1835. Creator: Dean Wolstenholme

Walberton House, 1835. Creator: Dean Wolstenholme
Walberton House, (1835). Grade II listed Regency manor house in Walberton, Sussex, built by Robert Prime in 1817. Antique engraving by Dean Wolstenholm after a drawing by Thomas Henwood

Background imagePrime Collection: Harold Wilson, British Labour Prime Minister

Harold Wilson, British Labour Prime Minister
Harold Wilson (1916-1995), British Labour Prime Minister from 1964-1970 and 1974-1976. Date: mid-1960s

Background imagePrime Collection: TONY BLAIR

TONY BLAIR Labour MP and British Prime Minister (1997- ) Date: 1953 -



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"Prime: A Legacy of Leadership and Resilience" From the soaring skies to the halls of power, prime moments in history have shaped our world. Churchill's praise for RAF Pilots echoes through time, honoring their bravery and determination that saved a nation. Margaret Thatcher, a formidable force in politics, left an indelible mark on Britain's history as she shattered glass ceilings and reshaped policies. Winston Churchill's iconic V for Victory sign symbolizes his unwavering spirit during World War II, inspiring hope amidst darkness. In 1925, Margaret Thatcher was born into a changing world - little did anyone know that she would become one of Britain's most influential leaders. Sir Robert Peel stands tall in c. 1846 capturing the essence of leadership with his progressive reforms and dedication to public service. A wartime poster immortalizes Churchill's famous words: "We shall never surrender, " reminding us of his unwavering resolve during challenging times. Even captured during the Boer War, Churchill displayed resilience that would define him as one of history's greatest statesmen. Propaganda posters echoed Prime Ministerial statements throughout history - powerful tools shaping public opinion and rallying support. Gladstone's Home Rule Bill sparked debates about self-governance within Britain; a testament to how prime ministers shape national identity and unity. British Prime Minister Winston Churchill saluting with a V for victory gesture embodies strength in adversity – an enduring symbol etched into our collective memory. On VE Day, the royal family joined Churchill on the balcony – united by joyous celebrations marking victory over tyranny; a defining moment for all Britons In Bristol 1941, Winston Churchill stood resolute amidst destruction – embodying courage while inspiring resilience among those affected by war. Through triumphs and tribulations alike, these prime figures have left an indelible mark on British history—leaders who shaped nations with their vision and tenacity.