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Lord Randolph was fiercely popular with the people and he fought the old guard in the Tory Party, eventually becoming Secretary of State for India in a Conservative Government, and later, Leader of the House of Commons and Chancellor of the Exchequer.
If fate had not decreed otherwise, his next step would have been into No. In , Lord Randolph was struck down by a fatal illness and died on 24 th January Winston was then approaching his 21 st birthday and was an officer cadet at Sandhurst Royal Military School.
That autumn, Winston took leave of absence and went to the Americas to observe the Spanish army in its campaign against rebels in the Cuban War of Independence.
Jennie was a friend of Democratic Congressman, Bourke Cockran, and he met Winston at the harbour and welcomed him to his home at 5 th Avenue, New York, where he treated him to big cigars and fine wine.
Winston and his companion, Reggie Barnes, then set out to Cuba as observers Winston in the role of journalist for the London Daily Graphic.
On his 21 st birthday he was in the thick of the fighting, following General Valdez, leader of the Spanish army, who was at Sancti Spiritus.
Winston passed out well from Sandhurst and joined the 4 th Hussars and went with them to India. But he found it all to be a complete bore and a waste of time and returned home.
In his final days at Harrow School, aged seventten in , the Headmaster Dr Welldon was making plans for him to enter Oxford University to study for a degree.
Now we come to the big obstacle of money! In his will, Lord Randolph had left sufficient to provide for his wife and sons.
She soon squandered the money on herself, and provided large handouts to Winton, who was often getting int det.
She insisted she cold afford to put only one son through an army career, meaning Winston. She sent Jack to France for a year to learn French and he really applied himself to the subject and became fluent.
Just prior to taking up his appointment with Cassel, towards the end of January , Jennie allowed Jack to satisfy his interest in the army by joining the Oxfordshire Hussars, a part-time Yeomanry Regiment.
He was promoted up through the officer ranks from 2 nd Lieutenant to Lieutenant to Captain and then to Major. The City of London in those days was not considered to be a fit place for a gentleman, still less the grandson of the Duke and Duchess of Marlborough.
Jack applied to join the Jockey Club and was turned down as they accepted only those engaged in gentlemanly pursuits and stockbroking did not meet that criteria.
His son Peregrine who asked me to write a new biography of the Churchill family told me that he suspected that his father had not in the beginning been paid a salary and that had it had been forfeited in instalment payments to Cassel for a loan he had given Jennie.
Cassel was heavily involved in the Aswan Dam project and when he went out to Egypt in January , Jack accompanied him. He wrote a series of letters to his mother of his misery.
Writing again to his mother, he told her he saw articles about her in the fashionable magazines of the day, saying how she was enjoying herself at balls.
Cassel gave a large dinner for thirty people and Jack had to arrange it. Winston went out as a war correspondent to cover in the Boer War in South Africa, , and was soon captured.
His sensational escape and subsequent life on the run, wanted — dead or alive — made his reputation. Jack was wounded in the ankle in his first action on February 11 th and was the first officer casualty to be treated on the hospital ship Maine.
There, he was greeted by his mother, who had been the driving force behind raising the money for the fitting out of this former, cattle-ship, and who had travelled on it in the role of administrator.
Jack returned from his injury to active duty with his regiment, and served in Natal under Sir Redvers Buller, where he saw months of gruelling anti-guerilla operations, punctuated by some sharp battles, in which he conducted himself with noble gallantry.
Having served during the war, while publishing articles in the newspapers, Winston now returned to England a war hero ripe for politics and stood for the Conservative seat of Oldham in Lancashire.
For many years, Jennie had learnt politics alongside Lord Randolph, and when he stood at election time she had campaigned for him in public. She now joined Winston and advised him how to make speeches and capture Oldham.
Jack left South Africa in late October , when the war was thought to be near its end, returning home with the ringing endorsement of his colonel, Julian Byng.
During his absence his mother had remarried, Lieutenant George Cornwallis-West who was the same age as Winston, both having been born in Jennie was for the rest of her life, the driving force behind Winston.
He could continue form where his father left off six years earlier, taking up his powers of oratory on the public platform and in in parliament, even to the to the extent of copying how he had worn his hat.
Perfecting his use of the English language, he fought everyone who stood in his way. When, in , he famously crossed the floor of the House of Commons to join the Liberal Party, he would pursue reforms that alleviated the working classes, introducing factory tea-breaks, and planning the embryonic Welfare State.
In , Jack had became a partner in Nelke Phillips. For much of the rest of his life, he would sort out the Churchills finances, investing their money wisely for them, and he and Winston tried to stop their mother squandering her money at the gambling tables in Paris.
When the First World War broke out , Jack immediately joined his regiment the Oxfordshire Hussars, and went first to Flanders on the Western Front, serving with distinction at a crucial stage in the First Battle of Ypres.
Thereafter, his command of the French language saw him appointed to British General Headquarters in France. As Jack was one of the few staff officers with immediate practical experience of combat, General Sir Ian Hamilton asked for him to serve on his staff, when leaving for the Gallipoli expedition in March He served throughout the campaign as the Camp Commandant, General Headquarters, a vital posting, that ensured the headquarters functioned at peak efficiency for the duration of the campaign.
Hamilton was recalled in October, but Jack remained in post until January , when the last troops were evacuated to Egypt. In , he was able to give Winston a guided tour over some of the recent battlefields.
He ended the war as Military Secretary to the Fifth Army, and came home in , with a Distinguished Service Order in recognition of his particular service in liaising with the French Army.
Jack returned to the city as a stockbroker, and, in , was made a partner in Vickers da Costa. He was especially useful to Winston during the great upheavals of the late s and early s.
In , he accompanied Winston on a three-month tour of North America. Throughout the Second World War, Jack was helping Winston in the underground bunker that is today the Cabinet War Rooms in London, whilst continuing to hold down his full-time job in the city.
In the years ahead, Jack would sink into obscurity to the extent that few people knew he ever existed. A whisper circulated, and several modern authors have claimed he was not Churchill at all and had been fathered by any one of about half a dozen men.
As he was born in Dublin the majority of these men never set foot in Ireland. He also bore a resemblance to Winston and his elder brother Johnny, even more so.
It was apparent to me he was Churchill through and through. He had developed a tumour at his heart and died on February 22, , a few days after his 67th birthday.
Jocelyn was a respectable married man who lived in England with his wife and two daughters, and he had not been to Ireland from he was a boy. Jocelyn was on his return journey home to catch the boat from Dublin to England and called off to spend a day or two with his friend the 7 th Duke of Marlborough.
He was staying at the Viceregal Lodge when Jennie went into labour in the early hours of the morning, and he was roused from his bed to stand sponsor, Jack was a blue baby and the doctor thought he might not live so baptism took place right away.
Jocelyn was then 56 years of age and Jennie was only 26 so they were an unlikely match in any event.
He felt that gossip was now rife in the country that he was not Churchill. Peregrine and his wife Yvonne lived at Fairdown House, Hampshire, and I rang up one Monday morning to speak to Peregrine about something to do with the book.
In the next few months, Yvonne sold the house and moved back to London to near where they used to live and set up in a luxury flat off Sloane Avenue.
Somewhat ironically, when I switched on Sky News one night in the headlines were that Jenkins had died suddenly!