Terence Philip
Membership Years
1922 – 1924
Terence Philip was born in Moscow in 1891. (His father, Walter, was co-owner of the Moscow department store, Muir and Mirrlees.) During World War I, Terence was a prisoner of war in Ruhleben, a German internment camp. In 1920, he published a book of poems, Poems: Written at Rhuleben. After the war, he worked in the diplomatic services in Italy and eventually for the art dealer Wildenstein & Company. He is most often remembered, for his relationship with Clementine Churchill.
Birth – Death
1891 – to1950
United Kingdom

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Member timeline showing activity from 1922 to 1924. See the activities tab for more details.