12 Month Membership to the International Churchill Society
Help keep the memory of Winston Churchill alive by joining The International Churchill Society for access to additional premium content and much more.
As a Premium Member of the International Churchill Society you receive:
Four issues of the print edition of Finest Hour, “The Journal of Winston Churchill”
- Quarterly digital version of Finest Hour, with readers available for all of your computer or mobile devices
- Monthly Churchill Bulletins containing all Society news and events
- Invitations to local and national events
- An invitation to the annual International Churchill Conference
- A 25% discount on personal subscriptions to the online Churchill ArchiveMembers of the International Churchill Society can also take pride in knowing their investment in the Society, and their contributions over and above dues, go to support a myriad of programs and activities designed to keep alive the memory of Winston Churchill and educate future generations. Among the many activities of the Society that your dues support are the following.
- An active publication program that fosters republication of many of Churchill’s works that are out-of-print.
- Academic exploration into all facets of Churchill’s life and times and the publication of new essays, articles, and books.
- The Winston Churchill Seminar Series that brings to secondary school social studies teachers the tools and materials they need to teach the next generation about Winston Churchill.
- Teacher institutes such as the two-week institute at the Ashbrook Center funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the three-week institute in Cambridge and London.
- The Sir Martin Gilbert Churchill Essay Competition, an event organised as part of the International Churchill Conference that provides opportunities for high school and undergraduate college students to submit original essays on Churchill and win cash prizes.
- Free public lectures by noted scholars, statesmen, and world figures.
- Local affiliate organisations in most states and major cities, as well as in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom.