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Top 10 Churchill Memes That May Or May Not Be True

Sir Winston Churchill was born on November 30, 1874 at Blenheim Palace in the United Kingdom. For most of World War II, he was Britain's prime minister - famous for his speeches, his refusal to quit and probably one of the most quoted people in history.

He was a controversial figure that inspired and enraged Britons. He was daring, outspoken and, as a young man, adventurous.

It's not hard to see why he was voted the 'Greatest Briton of All Time' in 2002. Fans of his can find hundreds of memes, some quoting his most famous speeches.

Can you spot the fake Churchill quote among these popular memes?

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If you guessed #4 - you're right! It's actually a combination of several things Churchill has said over the years.

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