Beware of the signals

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If you want to go to Britain, not only must you become familiar with their traffic signals, but you also need to know the meaning of other signals or signs such as the one shown in this picture:

V-Sign

This is your next task: Who is the man in the pic? What’s the meaning of the sign he’s making? Give your answer in ≥50 words, adding the links that prove you right. Deadline: Friday, the 9th of February. (The first one to do it right will win a little rubber ducky as a prize!)

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72 comentarios en “Beware of the signals”

  1. The V sign is a hand gesture.It has various meanings, depending on the cultural context and how it is presented.
    When displayed with the palm inward towards the signer, it has long been an offensive gesture in some Commonwealth nations. In the 1940s, during the Second World War, a campaign by the Western Allies use the sign with the back of the hand towards the signer (U+270C ✌ Victory hand[1] in Unicode) as a “V for Victory” sign proved quite effective. By July 1941, the emblematic use of the letter V . On 19 July, Prime Minister Winston Churchill (The man of teh picture) referred approvingly to the V for Victory campaign in a speech, from which point he started using the V hand sign. Later in the war, he used palm out.After aides explained to the aristocratic Churchill what the palm in gesture meant to other classes, he made sure to use the appropriate sign.Yet the double-entendre of the gesture might have contributed to its popularity, “for a simple twist of hand would have presented the dorsal side in a mocking snub to the common enemy”.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_sign
    https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2007/aug/05/race.past
    https://brujasmagosydemonios.wordpress.com/2015/12/19/a-crowley-y-la-v-de-churchill/

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    1. The V sign is a hand gesture. It has various meanings, depending on the cultural context and how it is presented.
      When displayed with the palm inward towards the signer, it has long been an offensive gesture in some Commonwealth nations. In the 1940s, during the Second World War, a campaign by the Western Allies using the sign with the back of the hand towards the signer (U+270C ✌ Victory hand[1] in Unicode) as a “V for Victory” sign proved quite effective. By July 1941, the emblematic use of the letter V […what? Incomplete sentence]. On 19 July, Prime Minister Winston Churchill (The man in the picture) referred approvingly to the V for Victory campaign in a speech, from which point he started using the V hand sign. Later in the war, he used the palm out. After aides explained to the aristocratic Churchill what the palm in gesture meant to other classes, he made sure to use the appropriate sign. Yet the double-entendre of the gesture might have contributed to its popularity, “for a simple twist of hand would have presented the dorsal side in a mocking snub to the common enemy”.

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    1. The man is Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during the Second World War. The sign that he is making with two fingers means victory. He used to do it during the hard days when Britain was bombed by the Germans at that war.

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      TOO SHORT!!! (not even the minimum of 50 words is reached!)
      What about capital letters and punctuation marks???
      Bad!

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  2. The man of the picture is Winston Churchill. He was a British politician and statesman, known for his leadership in the United Kingdom during World War II.
    Churchill’s V sign is equivalent in Britain to the “one-finger salute” in America. It had its origins at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, when the French promised to cut the index finger and the middle finger of the English archers. They lost, and the English showed their intact middle fingers to the defeated Frenchman as a gesture of disdain. It has been so in England ever since.
    Links: https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill https://richardlangworth.com/v-sign

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  3. This man is Winston Churchill, but, what about the meaning of the sign he’s making? This sign is called the “V sign”; is a hand gesture in which the index and middle fingers are raised and parted, while the other fingers are clenched. This sign means different things around the world:
    -An insulting gesture in UK, Australia… (It is frequently used to signify defiance (especially to authority), contempt, or derision.)
    -The number 2.
    -Victory, in a setting of wartime or competition.
    -Peace.
    -Greeting.
    Winston Churchill wasn’t the first to use the two-fingered “V” for “Victory sign”, but he made this sign popular.

    LINKS:
    https://www.theguardian.com/notesandqueries/query/0,,-1370,00.html
    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_(se%C3%B1a)

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  4. This man is Winston Churchill: He was the prime minister of the United Kingdom during the Second World War, he managed to increase the morale of the troops and the population and sustain the nation until the Allied victory. Besides being a politician, he was also a historian, biographer, war correspondent …
    Winston Churchill used the V as a campaign for victory and popularized it. During the war he changed it and began to use it with the palm of the hand outwards after knowing what it meant for other classes in Great Britain.

    https://newsmobile.asia/articles/2017/02/16/these-famous-people-have-shocking-sleeping-habits/ (from here I have found out the name of this man) , https://www.biografiasyvidas.com/biografia/c/churchill.htm (from here I found who this man was) , https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_(se%C3%B1a) (from here I found the meaning of the sign)

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  5. The man of the photo is Winston Churchill (1874-1965). He was born in London and he was Prime Minister of the UK from 1940 to 1945 and from 1951 to 1955. Churchill led Britain to an allied victory in the II World War and he Conservative Party leader from 1940 to 1955. Churchill won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1953.
    The sign means derision so if you show your fingers just like that in UK, you will probably get in troubles. This sign has his origin in a battle between France and England in 1415 where english archers showed this fingers to the french to make fun of them after England beat France.

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  6. Winston Churchill is the old minister of justice and director of the emissions belgian of french language in the BBC. The origin of the v is the “victory” some the resistance for the second world war.
    In july of 1941, the meaning of the v extended for europe and the 19 of july, Winston Churchill the seal of the british government the v.
    https://es.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_(se%C3%B1a)

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    1. Winston Churchill is the old minister of justice and director of the emissions belgian of french language in the BBC.[not true; this was Victor de Laveleye; all this is badly copied and translated!!!] The origin of the v is the “victory” some the resistance for [nonsense¿!?] the Second World War.
      In july of 1941, the meaning of the v extended for Europe and the 19 of july, Winston Churchill the seal of the British government the v. [nonsense ¿!?]

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      It can hardly be understood… 😦
      Really poor!

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  7. Winston churchill was a brithis politician known as a leader of britian during world war two against germany.
    He was intelligent and brave and he led his country during that difficult time. The sign V meant “victory” and today it is done by many people as sign of victory and place.

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    1. Winston Churchill was a British politician known as a leader of Britain during World War II against Germany.
      He was intelligent and brave and he led his country during that difficult time. The sign V meant “victory” and today it is done by many people as sign of victory and peace.

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      Where are the links???
      Capital letters missing and spelling mistakes…; perhaps done in a hurry and with no interest in it?
      BAD!!!

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  8. Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill was a British politician know by his leadership of the U.K during the Second World War. He used to do a “V” sign with his index and middle fingers as a symbol of victory. It meant resistance. That sign was copied by the French, the Belgian and the Americans. But, What did Winston Churchill didn’t know? What did that sign mean? And why did he change it? Showing the inner surface of the hand meant “fuck off” so he changed the sign.
    Link:https://www.google.es/amp/s/labuhardilla.wordpress.com/2010/01/21/v-sign/amp/
    https://es.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill

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    1. Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill was a British politician known by his leadership of the U.K during the Second World War. He used to do a “V” sign with his index and middle fingers as a symbol of victory. It meant resistance. [victory or resistance???] That sign was copied by the French, the Belgian and the Americans. But, What did Winston Churchill didn’t know? [nonsense; did or didn’t know???] What did that sign mean? And why did he change it? Showing the inner[???] surface of the hand meant “fuck off” so he changed the sign.

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    1. The man who appears in the photograph is Winston Churchill, ex-former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Churchill was a British politician and statesman who had a great leadership during World War II. The sign that Churchill makes is the sign of victory which it is known as the “Churchillian sign”.

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      Rather short considering there are many important data missing…

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  9. The man of the photo is Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill. He was a politician and British statesman known by his leadership of the United Kingdom during the Second World war. The sign that it is doing can be the sign of the victory or an insult. If it is used as an insult, principally used in Ireland, it means: ” Get screwed up ”
    Links:
    -“V” signal – https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_(se%C3%B1a)
    -Winston Churchill – https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill

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  10. This man was the prime ministes of Britain.His name was winston churchill.the sign of his hand is the sign of victory because during world wan two Germany and Britain were at war.

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    1. This man was the prime minister of Britain. His name was Winston Churchill. The sign of his hand is the sign of victory because during World War II, Germany and Britain were at war.

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      TOO SHORT: just 34 words when you were asked for 50 or more.
      Where are the links???
      You should put more interest and effort in your work.
      BAD!

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  11. He is Winston Churchill, the symbol has many possible translations, depending on how you put your hand, outward means victory, but if you put the palm of your hand inwards it can be a mockery or an insult; The latter comes from the Second World War when the English and the French fought, the English had an advantage with their archers, so whenever they captured an Englishman they cut off the index finger and the middle finger, which were the ones they used with the arches, and the English to mock the French taught them the index and middle fingers. https://siempreconectado.es/insultar-dedos-inglaterra-por-que/ http://lirianoantonio.blogspot.com.es/2011/09/origen-de-la-senal-de-victoria.html

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    1. He is Winston Churchill. The symbol has many possible translations, depending on how you put your hand: outward means victory, but if you put the palm of your hand inwards, it can be a mockery or an insult. The latter comes from the Second World War Hundred Years’ War, when the English and the French fought, the English had an advantage with their archers, so whenever they captured an Englishman they cut off the index finger and the middle finger, which were the ones they used with the arches, and the English to mock the French taught showed them the index and middle fingers to mock the French.

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      You should use more full stops to make your text more understandable.

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  12. He is Winston Churchill, the British Prime Minister who guided England through the darkest days of World War II.
    Churchill is identified with the “V for Victory” (he popularized it during World War II)
    The gesture could simultaneously mean “Victory over the Germans” and “Stick it up the Germans” so Churchill insulted the enemy without the enemy even being aware of it.
    Churchill exploited the minimal difference between the “up yours’” and “V for Victory” sign.

    Sources:
    http://time.com/3880345/v-for-victory-a-gesture-of-solidarity-and-defiance/

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    1. Churchill is the name of the man that appears in the photograph and the gesture he makes can be given two meanings or V of victory in Spain but in England is used to insult the one you have in front of, because in the War of the Hundred Years’ War the archers who derrivaron [nonsense] the French threw the arrows with the index and heart the middle finger. [as everybody does…]

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  13. The man in the picture is Winston Churchill, he was a British politician and statesman, he was known for his leadership of the United Kingdom during the Second World War.
    The letter V, in the first half of the years forty, Winston Churchill predicted the victory of Great Britain.So, the v, was a historical, emblematic and mythical sign.

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    1. The man in the picture is Winston Churchill. He was a British politician and statesman. He was known for his leadership of the United Kingdom during the Second World War.
      The letter V: in the first half of the years forties, Winston Churchill predicted the victory of Great Britain. So, the v was a historical, emblematic and mythical sign.

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      What about other meanings?
      What about its origins?
      What about the LINKS???
      Very poor 😦

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  14. The man in the picture is Winston Churchill, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom form 1940 to 1945 and from 1951 to 1955, he’s famous for his role in World War II. This is the sign of victory that he used during the war or, at least, what he thought to say. Actually, he made a mistake due to the sign of victory with hands is made showing the palm of the hand. That happened once like you can appreciate in the pic, as the lower class understood it as an offense because it means something like “piss off” or something you do when you want to mock someone. All the information I had to look is from the website https://labuhardilla.wordpress.com/2010/01/21/v-sign/

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    1. The man in the picture is Winston Churchill, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom form 1940 to 1945 and from 1951 to 1955. He’s famous for his role in World War II. This is the sign of victory that he used during the war or, at least, what he thought it meant. Actually, he made a mistake due to the sign of victory with hands is made showing the palm of the hand. That happened once like you can appreciate in the pic, as the lower class understood it as an offense because it means something like “piss off” or something you do when you want to mock someone. All the information I had to look is from the website

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  15. The man in the pick is Winston Churchill, a multifaceted man very important in Britain, especially in the World War II. He was political, writer, reporter, a good speaker. In the pick he makes a signal that in Britain is a offense, because is considerate a threat. This signal got this sense during Hundred Years’ War between England and France, in the centuries XIII and XIV.
    “https://trabajareninglaterra.org/2012/10/10/el-gesto-de-levantar-dos-dedos-como-insulto-en-inglaterra/´´
    “https://www.biografiasyvidas.com/biografia/c/churchill.htm´´

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    1. The man in the pic is Winston Churchill, a multifaceted, very important man in Britain, especially during the World War II. He was a politician, writer, reporter and a good speaker. In the pic, he makes a signal that in Britain is an offense, because it is considered a threat. This signal got this sense during the Hundred Years’ War between England and France, in the XIIIth and XIVth centuries.

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  16. The man that appears in the photo is Winston Churchill. He was named British Prime Minister during World War II. Churchill had to face many conflicts of war. He was defeated in the elections of 1945, but he won the elections again in 1951. The signal he is making with his hand means “ victory ” and it was popularized by Winson Churchill

    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_(seña)
    https://mx.tuhistory.com/biografias/winston-churchill

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    1. The man that appears in the photo is Winston Churchill. He was appointed British Prime Minister during World War II. Churchill had to face many conflicts of war. He was defeated in the elections of 1945, but he won the elections again in 1951. The signal he is making with his hand means “ victory ” and it was popularized by Winston Churchill.

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      You should focus on the relevant information.

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    1. This gesture is a symbol of insult to others, since it is as if in Spain they take out their middle finger; and the lord of the image is Winston Churchill.

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      TOO SHORT!!!
      -You should put some more interest and effort in it.

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  17. The man that appears in the photo is called Winston Churchill and was a politician of British origin who is remembered for being prime minister during the Second World War, for having been an officer of the British army, for being the only British Prime Minister awarded with the Nobel Prize of Literature and for having been named honorary citizen of the USA.
    The symbol that Winston Churchill is making in the photo, is the V of victory. This mythical symbol became famous because Churchill realized it at the moment in which he proclaimed the victory of Great Britain and its European allies against the German-Italian-Japanese forces.

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  18. The man in the pic is Winston Churchill. He was a politician and the British Prime Minister from 1940 to 1945 and from 1951 to 1955.
    The sign he is making is not the peace sign. That sign is called “flicking v’s” and for British people it is and insult – so better not to do it if you go someday to the UK…
    But, where does this rude symbol actually come from? It comes from the 100 years War. In that War French soldiers used to cut off the middle and index fingers o any English man – that way they could never shoot again. So, English man sometimes showed their fingers, so as to say “I can still shoot you *Frog!”.
    Focusing in the WW2., the Allied Forces instituted the gesture to represent “V for Victory”. Allies made the gesture with the palm either inwards or outwards – being outward the most common way. Then, the peace movement take on this sign – reason why we know the outward symbol as “peace”.
    However, Winston Churchill used to do the inwards symbol to his enemies, justifying it was the victory one… But, was he was actually “saying”?… That’s something I leave up to you…

    Finally, some people can’t be aware whereas they are making the peace symbol or the flicking v’s one… Well, I think it is something we should better be aware of because, it is not the same say “peace” to someone than say “Piss off!!” …

    *Frog: derogatory word used to call the French people.

    Links used:
    https://stronglang.wordpress.com/2015/10/08/up-yours-the-gesture-that-divides-america-and-the-uk/
    https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=V%20Sign
    http://www.stgeorges.co.uk/blog/rude-hand-gestures-in-the-uk-flicking-the-vs

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  19. This man is Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, one of the greatest leaders in times of war. He was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during World War Two. He had also been an officer of the British Army. The sign he is doing is the sign of victory one day when he was going to his official office. The end of the war was not at sight yet. Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill has been the only Prime Minister who won a Nobel Prize in Literature.
    http://www.ideal.es/sociedad/autor-guerra-20170909021217-ntvo.html

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    1. This man is Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, one of the greatest leaders in times of war. He was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during World War Two. He had also been an officer of the British Army. The sign he is doing in the pic (one day when he was going to his official office) is the sign of victory. The end of the war was not at sight yet. Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill has been the only Prime Minister to win a Nobel Prize in Literature.

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  20. This man is Winston Churchill, he was a british politician, specially known for his mandate during world war II. the sign that he makes with his hand universally means victory. For Churchill this sign means resistance, he used it toward to the british people, like message of tranquility and hope despite the world war II.

    http://lirianoantonio.blogspot.com.es/2011/09/origen-de-la-senal-de-victoria.html
    https://www.biografiasyvidas.com/biografia/c/churchill.htm

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    1. This man is Winston Churchill. He was a British politician, specially known for his command during World War II. The sign that he makes with his hand universally means victory. For Churchill, this sign meant resistance. He used it towards the British people, as a message of tranquility and hope despite the World War II.

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  21. I researched about the picture posted and I´ve discovered that the man who´s in this image is Winston Churchill.
    Churchill was the first minister of England during the Second World War. This classical gesture he was doing at the picture means “peace” or “V for Victory” and he was the first person in the world who makes the sign his own.
    The first time he used the sign was in a speech to his compatriots in July 19th, 1941.
    Links used for the research:
    http://time.com/3880345/v-for-victory-a-gesture-of-solidarity-and-defiance/
    https://stronglang.wordpress.com/2015/10/08/up-yours-the-gesture-that-divides-america-and-the-uk/

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    1. I researched about the picture posted and I’ve discovered that the man who’s in this image is Winston Churchill.
      Churchill was the first prime minister of England the United Kingdom during the Second World War. This classical gesture he was doing at the picture means “peace” or “V for Victory” and he was the first person in the world who made the sign his own.
      The first time he used the sign was in a speech to his compatriots in July 19th, 1941.

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  22. The man that appear in the picture is Wiston Churchill.
    Winston Churchill took the fame after making the gesture of “V” and appear in dozens of images of World War II doing it with the meaning of victory but the reality is that it was the exiled Minister of Justice of Belgium Víctor de Laveleye who explained [???] this gesture.
    http://epoca1.valenciaplaza.com/ver/136925/por-que-hacemos-la-v-en-los-selfies-cada-cultura-tiene-su-significado.html

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  23. Firstly, the man of the picture is Winston Churchill, one of the main leaders to defeat Germany during the Second World War. Also he was first minister from the UK. Besides this, he was given the Nobel of Literature.
    In the other hand, when the plan of the hand is out means ‘Victory’. However, when the Palm is inside, like in the picture, his meaning is derogatory. Churchill didn’t know that at first.

    Links: http://biografiacorta.blogspot.com.es/2013/01/biografia-corta-de-winston-churchill.html
    https://labuhardilla.wordpress.com/2010/01/21/v-sign/

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  24. First of all, this guy is called Winston Churchill, and he was one of the guy who wons the world war 2. As a form to affront this win, and many others, he did that sign, forming a v. And because of this, it has been extended to our days.

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    1. First of all, this guy is called Winston Churchill, and he was one of the guys who wons the World War II. As a form to affront [?] this win, and many others, he did that sign, forming a V. And because of this, it has been extended to our days.

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      -And that’s all? Rather short!
      -What about the links???
      -Done in a hurry, in the last minute…
      BAD

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  25. The man in this picture is Winston Churchill. He was a British politician during the Second World War. He was also an officer of the British army, journalist, historian, writer, artist … This symbol means victory because Winston used it for his campaign with that meaning, years later he put his palm out.

    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill
    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_(seña)#La_guerra_de_Vietnam,_victoria_y_paz

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  26. The man of the picture is Winson Leonard Spencer Churchill. He was a British politician known for his leadership of the United Kingdom during World War II. He is considered one of the great wartime leaders and prime minister of the United Kingdom in two periods (1940-1945 and 1951-55).

    In the picture, the hand in the form of “v” means victory. He didn´t know the meaning that for the English lower classes had the sign.

    websites:
    http://lirianoantonio.blogspot.com.es/2011/09/origen-de-la-senal-de-victoria.html
    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill

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    1. The man of the picture is Winson Leonard Spencer Churchill. He was a British politician known for his leadership of the United Kingdom during World War II. He is considered one of the great wartime leaders and he was the prime minister of the United Kingdom in two periods (1940-1945 and 1951-55).

      In the picture, the hand in the form of “v” means victory. He didn´t know the meaning that for the English lower classes had the sign. […and what was it???]

      (websites:…)

      P.S: I d […???]

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      You should be more careful in your writing…

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  27. The man in the image is Winston Churchill, he was the first minister of the United Kingdom during the second world war. But, he was also a journalist, a historian, a writer and painter who had enough many works of art. He was the prime minister to be awarded a Nobel prize in literature. The sign that he is making in the image is that of peace, he was also known for his nobility and kindness.

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  28. Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill was a British politician and statesman, known for his leadership of the United Kingdom during World War II.
    This is the sign with which, in the first half of the forties, Churchill, minister of war, predicted the victory of Great Britain and its European and American allies against the Axis forces united in the trio Germany-Italy -Japan.
    The V sign synthesized the word “Victory” and, coincidentally or intentionally, evoked the triangular formation in flight of the heroic British Air Force when it was going to return the bombings to the Luftwaffe.
    Although, on the other hand, this sign can have different meanings: the letter “V” of “victory” and as a symbol of peace (with the palm outwards), and in the Anglo-Saxon culture, as an offensive gesture (with the palm into).
    Links:
    http://www.letraslibres.com/mexico-espana/todo-churchill-en-un-gesto
    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill

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  29. The man in the picture is the Winston Churchill and he was the prime ministre of the united kingdom. He is doing the Churchillian Gesture that consists of making a V to express a victory.A gesture of Great Britain and its European and American allies against the forces of the trio Germany (Hitler) -Italia (Mussolini) -Japan (Hirohito) .

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    1. The man in the picture is the Winston Churchill and he was the prime ministre of the United Kingdom. He is doing the Churchillian Gesture that consists of making a V to express a victory. A gesture of Great Britain and its European and American allies against the forces of the Axis: Germany (Hitler) -Italia (Mussolini) -Japan (Hirohito).

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      -What about the links???
      -Done in the last minute… 😦
      BAD!

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  30. winston churichllwas the primer minister of the united kindogm , during the second world war, was also an officer of the british army. he is the only british prime minister awarded the first nobel prize for literature . he was also named an honorary critizen of the united status.it was one of the best.

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    1. Winston Churichll was the primer minister of the United Kindogm , during the Second World War; he was also an officer of the British army. He is the only British prime minister awarded the first Nobel prize for literature. He was also named an honorary critizen of the United States.It was one of the best.

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      -What about capital letters???
      -What about the meaning of the sign???
      -What about the links???
      -Done in the last minute, without any interest…
      VERY BAD!!!

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