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But the two basic areas of interest to look at in Churchill’s career are the period of the so called wilderness when he resigned from Stanley Baldwin’s cabinet as a minister and for the next ten years until 1939 when he was out of office.
So all he had was his salary as a member of Parliament and his rather pitiful earnings as a journalist and yet somehow he managed to support an enormous country estate which cost a very large sum of money to support with all the gardeners, nurseries, nannies, cooks, and the housekeepers and all the rest of it. He had a private staff of sometimes 20 or 30 people, all supported on his salary as a member of Parliament, which was at that time around $2,000(US) per year.
How did he do it?
Well the answer is that from 1936 onwards he was financed by a little secret pressure group called The Focus [which was led by Zionist Sir Robert Waley Cohen]…”