The Churchill Society of Tennessee held its annual summer luncheon at the Woman's Club of Nashville on Saturday, August 12. Dr Dockter presented his fascinating talk on Churchill and military intelligence to an engaged CSOT audience.
The Churchill Society of Tennessee held its 2023 annual garden party on May 21st at the estate of Theresa Menefee and Lee Baskerville. The bucolic setting was in the lush hills of Middle Tennessee. Photo by Michael Gomez
The Churchill Society of Tennessee presented an all-star lineup of speakers at it's 2023 Churchill Symposium on March 23rd at the Scarritt Bennett Center in Nashville to a sell out audience. Left to right - David Freeman, Andre Churchwell, Michael Shane Neal, Gary Stiles, Allister Vale.
The Churchill Society of Tennessee presents an original oil portrait of Sir Winston Churchill to Governor Lee of Tennessee. The portrait was presented to the Governor on Capitol Hill by the artist Michael Shane Neal (left) and CSOT President Jim Drury (right).
Governor Bill Lee marks April 9th, 2022 as a Day of Recognition
for the Churchill Society of Tennessee. April 9 is also National
Sir Winston Churchill Day!
Photo of Edwina Sandys and CSOT President Jim Drury at Westminster College in Fulton MO during the 2022 ICS conference.
Sunday, May 8, 2022 was the anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE-Day) marking the end of WWII in Europe. A special ceremony organized by John Hall was held at the grave of Sir Winston Churchill which is located at St Martin's Church, Bladon, Oxfordshire, England. On hand were military veterans from the British Parachute Regiment and the 17/21st Lancers. The Royal Air Force was represented by Air Vice Marshall Malcolm Brecht. Several members of the Churchill family including Randolph Churchill, Winston's great-grandson, also attended. The CSOT was represented by President Jim Drury.
Wreaths were laid at the grave. A lone bagpiper played 'Mist Covered Mountains' and buglers from The Rifles regiment played 'Last Post'.
At the conclusion there was a fly-over by an RAF Spitfire and Hurricane that actually took part in the Battle of Britain in 1940.