The exile who sculpted Churchill
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The life and work of Oscar Nemon

Oscar Nemon, the Croatian-born man who came to Britain to escape the Nazis in the 1930s, created iconic images of some of the most famous people of his day,

That included the life-size bronze Sir Winston Churchill that stands at the entrance to the House of Commons Chamber as Westminster Hour reporter Keith Macdougall has been finding out.

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