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"150 Years of Conservative Legacy: From Churchill's V for Victory to Thatcher's Iron Lady" In 1942, amidst the chaos of World War II

Background imageConservative Collection: Winston Churchill making his famous V for Victory sign, 1942

Winston Churchill making his famous V for Victory sign, 1942. A typical gesture of defiance from Britains wartime Prime Minister. (Colorised black and white print)

Background imageConservative Collection: Margaret Thatcher

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

Background imageConservative Collection: Margaret Thatcher 1925-

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

Background imageConservative 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 imageConservative Collection: Enoch Powell Political Nationalist Campaigner 5th October 1976

Enoch Powell Political Nationalist Campaigner 5th October 1976

Background imageConservative 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 imageConservative Collection: Enoch Powell MP

Enoch Powell MP

Background imageConservative 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 imageConservative Collection: Douglas-Home / Alec

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

Background imageConservative 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 imageConservative Collection: English politician. Photographed at her home in Chelsea, England, 1975

English politician. Photographed at her home in Chelsea, England, 1975, shortly before being named leader of
MARGARET THATCHER (1925- ). English politician. Photographed at her home in Chelsea, England, 1975, shortly before being named leader of the Conservative Party

Background imageConservative Collection: Daniel Earl of Nottingham, c1785. Creator: Unknown

Daniel Earl of Nottingham, c1785. Creator: Unknown
Daniel Earl of Nottingham, c1785. Daniel Earl of Nottingham (1647-1730), English Conservative statesman regarded as an honourable and virtuous man

Background imageConservative Collection: Spencer Perceval (1762-1812) (engraving)

Spencer Perceval (1762-1812) (engraving)
XJF343187 Spencer Perceval (1762-1812) (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageConservative 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 imageConservative Collection: Margaret Thatcher - May 1987

Margaret Thatcher - May 1987

Background imageConservative Collection: Diana Donovan the widow of photographer Terence Donovan talking to Margaret Thatcher at

Diana Donovan the widow of photographer Terence Donovan talking to Margaret Thatcher at Terence Donovans memorial service at St. Georges Church, Hanover Square, London. 10th March 1997

Background imageConservative Collection: Winston Churchill, British statesman, World War II, 1939-1945

Winston Churchill, British statesman, World War II, 1939-1945. Churchill (1874-1965), Britains wartime Prime Minister, smiling and smoking a cigar, shakes hands with a soldier

Background imageConservative 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 imageConservative Collection: Margaret Thatcher and husband Denis drinking coffee in an outside cafe in a park - May

Margaret Thatcher and husband Denis drinking coffee in an outside cafe in a park - May 1987

Background imageConservative Collection: MARGARET THATCHER WITH HENRY KISSINGER. PICTURED IN 1975

MARGARET THATCHER WITH HENRY KISSINGER. PICTURED IN 1975

Background imageConservative Collection: The wedding of Edwina Sandys and Piers Dixon. Standing to the left of Piers Dixon is Lady

The wedding of Edwina Sandys and Piers Dixon. Standing to the left of Piers Dixon is Lady Churchill, grandmother of Edwina Sandys. 22nd November 1960

Background imageConservative Collection: Elton John, Bob Geldof and Leo Sayer attending a House of Commons reception

Elton John, Bob Geldof and Leo Sayer attending a House of Commons reception, invited along with other pop stars by the Minister for the Arts, Norman St John-Stevas. 3rd August 1980

Background imageConservative Collection: 1st Earl of Birkenhead with his daughter on board their yacht, (Isle of Wight?), c1925

1st Earl of Birkenhead with his daughter on board their yacht, (Isle of Wight?), c1925
Frederick Edwin Smith, 1st Earl of Birkenhead (1872-1930) with his daughter Lady Pamela Smith Berry, Baroness Hartwell (1915-1982) on board their yacht, (Isle of Wight?), c1925

Background imageConservative 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 imageConservative Collection: Election poster, The Great Naval Eclipse

Election poster, The Great Naval Eclipse 1900 to 1910, a vote for the radicals is a vote against the British Navy. circa 1910s

Background imageConservative Collection: Edward Boyle and Anthony Crosland, Eastbourne

Edward Boyle and Anthony Crosland, Eastbourne
Edward Boyle (1923-1981), Conservative MP, and Anthony Crosland (1918-1977), Labour MP, at Eastbourne. They wrote a book together, The Politics of Education, published in 1971. Date: 1975

Background imageConservative Collection: Lord Elcho, Vanity Fair, Spy

Lord Elcho, Vanity Fair, Spy
HUGO RICHARD CHARTERIS, 11th Earl of Wemyss and 7th Earl of March (1857-1937), styled Lord Elcho from 1883 to 1914. Scottish Conservative politician. Caption: Derby Day Date: 1857-1937

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Oliver Locker-Lampson
COMMANDER OLIVER STILLINGWORTH LOCKER-LAMPSON politican and war veteran. Conservative MP for Handsworth(1922-1945) and North Huntingdonshire(1910-18)

Background imageConservative Collection: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at the Conservative Party Conference, Brighton

Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at the Conservative Party Conference, Brighton. 12th October 1988

Background imageConservative Collection: Enoch Powell Nationalist Campaigner urges Britain not to join Common Market

Enoch Powell Nationalist Campaigner urges Britain not to join Common Market

Background imageConservative Collection: William Clive Bridgeman, 1st Viscount Bridgeman

William Clive Bridgeman, 1st Viscount Bridgeman (18641935) - British Conservative politician and peer. The Grandfather of Robin John Orlando Bridgeman, 3rd Viscount Bridgeman (1930-)

Background imageConservative Collection: Sir Anthony Eden

Sir Anthony Eden
British Conservative Prime Minister, Sir Anthony Eden (1897-1977)

Background imageConservative Collection: Some notable statesmen of the reign of King George V (colour litho)

Some notable statesmen of the reign of King George V (colour litho)
5996562 Some notable statesmen of the reign of King George V (colour litho) by Guthrie, James (1874-1952); Private Collection; (add.info.: Some notable statesmen of the reign of King George V)

Background imageConservative Collection: Elton John and Leo Sayer attending a House of Commons reception

Elton John and Leo Sayer attending a House of Commons reception, invited along with other pop stars by the Minister for the Arts, Norman St John-Stevas. 3rd August 1980

Background imageConservative Collection: Candidate for Oldham, 1899, (1945). Creator: Unknown

Candidate for Oldham, 1899, (1945). Creator: Unknown
Candidate for Oldham, 1899, (1945). Portrait of British politician and statesman Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965) who stood as a Conservative parliamentary candidate at the June 1899 by-election in

Background imageConservative Collection: Sir Robert Peel, British statesman, c1836 (1936)

Sir Robert Peel, British statesman, c1836 (1936). From William Ewart Gladstone and His Contemporaries, Vol. I, 1840-1854, by Thomas Archer, F.R.H.S

Background imageConservative Collection: Major-General Sir Eric Geddes

Major-General Sir Eric Geddes
Sir Eric Campbell-Geddes GCB, GBE, PC (26 September 1875 22 June 1937), British businessman and Conservative politician. He served as First Lord of the Admiralty between 1917 and 1919

Background imageConservative Collection: Illustrated London News 1979, Thatcher and Callaghan

Illustrated London News 1979, Thatcher and Callaghan
Front cover of the Illustrated London News, May 1979 featuring portraits of James Callaghan, Labour leader and incumbent Prime Minister and Tory Party Leader, Margaret Thatcher

Background imageConservative Collection: Balfour and Chesterfield play golf at Sandwich

Balfour and Chesterfield play golf at Sandwich
Arthur James Balfour, Conservative MP and former Prime Minister (left), and the Earl of Chesterfield (right) photographed during a golf match at Sandwich, Kent

Background imageConservative Collection: Conservative party television team

Conservative party television team
The Conservative Party television team and some election posters for the General Election of 8th October 1959. The Conservatives broadcast five television programmes of 15 or 20 minutes each starting

Background imageConservative Collection: Harold Macmillan addressing the Conservative Party Conferenc

Harold Macmillan addressing the Conservative Party Conferenc
Photograph showing (Maurice) Harold Macmillan (1894-1986) delivering his speech to the Conservative Party conference at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 15th October 1960

Background imageConservative Collection: Cartoon, Disraeli Measuring the British Lion

Cartoon, Disraeli Measuring the British Lion
Cartoon, The State of the Nation, Disraeli Measuring the British Lion. Mr Disraelis motion for a Select Committee to consider the state of the nation, in consequence of the repeal of the Corn Law

Background imageConservative Collection: Cartoon, Gladstone and the Irish Vote

Cartoon, Gladstone and the Irish Vote - Sold to Lord Salisbury. He ll be sorry he bought it at the price! 1885

Background imageConservative Collection: Election poster depicting Theodore Roosevelt as the Apostle of Prosperity

Election poster depicting Theodore Roosevelt as the Apostle of Prosperity
PNP254465 Election poster depicting Theodore Roosevelt as the Apostle of Prosperity, 1903 (colour litho) by American School

Background imageConservative Collection: Margaret Thatcher and Virginia Bottomley in hovercraft - June 1983

Margaret Thatcher and Virginia Bottomley in hovercraft - June 1983

Background imageConservative Collection: Comedian Ken Dodd and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in 1980

Comedian Ken Dodd and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in 1980, tickling sticks at the ready

Background imageConservative Collection: E. W. Beckett MP, Vanity Fair, Spy

E. W. Beckett MP, Vanity Fair, Spy
ERNEST WILLIAM BECKETT MP, 2nd Baron Grimthorpe (1856-1917) born Ernest William Denison. British banker and Conservative politician. Caption: Whitby Date: 1856-1917

Background imageConservative Collection: City Justice, 1880. Artist: Spy

City Justice, 1880. Artist: Spy
City Justice, 1880. Alderman Sir Robert Walter Carden, British banker, politician and magistrate. Carden (1801-1888) served as Lord Mayor of London from 1857-1858



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"150 Years of Conservative Legacy: From Churchill's V for Victory to Thatcher's Iron Lady" In 1942, amidst the chaos of World War II, Winston Churchill stood tall and defiantly made his famous V for Victory sign, becoming an iconic symbol resilience. Margaret Thatcher, a formidable force in British politics, emerged as another influential figure within the conservative movement. Her tenure as Prime Minister from 1979 to 1990 showcased her unwavering determination and commitment to conservative principles. Sir Robert Peel, a prominent figure in the mid-19th century, played a pivotal role in shaping modern conservatism. His policies on law enforcement and free trade laid the foundation for future generations. Enoch Powell MP challenged conventional wisdom with his controversial speeches on immigration and national identity. Though divisive at times, he left an indelible mark on conservative discourse. As Margaret Thatcher embarked on campaign trails throughout her career, she captivated audiences with her charisma and conviction. Her ability to connect with ordinary citizens solidified her status as one of Britain's most revered conservatives. Stanley Baldwin served as Prime Minister during a transformative period between two world wars. His leadership brought stability and unity during challenging times. Douglas-Home (Alec) became leader of the Conservative Party in 1963 after resigning from his position as Foreign Secretary. Known for his intellect and diplomatic skills, he guided Britain through significant international challenges. The image captured in 1975 shows Margaret Thatcher at home in Chelsea shortly before being named leader of the Conservative Party—a moment that would shape history forever. Daniel Earl of Nottingham represents centuries-old traditions associated with conservatism—an enduring legacy that has weathered political storms over time. Westminster Bridge and Parliament depicted on a Christmas card evoke nostalgia for traditional values cherished by conservatives—stability, heritage, and patriotism intertwined into festive celebrations. Lastly but not least important is Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne Cecil, the 3rd Marquis of Salisbury.