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The exile who sculpted Churchill

Keith Macdougall has been finding out more about Oscar Nemon, the Croatian-born man who came to Britain to escape the Nazis in the 1930s and who created iconic images of some of the most famous people of his day, including the life-size bronze Sir Winston Churchill that stands at the entrance to the House of Commons Chamber.

(Image: Nemon with Churchill bust, copyright: Falcon Stuart)

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10 minutes