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Sandhurst,village, Bracknell Forest, S central England. It is the site of the British army officer-training school, the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. The original Sandhurst school, the Royal Military College, merged with the Royal Military Academy, formerly at Woolwich, in the 1940s. Winston ChurchillChurchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer,
1874–1965, British statesman, soldier, and author; son of Lord Randolph Churchill. Early Career
Educated at Harrow and Sandhurst, he became (1894) an officer in the 4th hussars.
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a village in S England, in Bracknell unitary authority, Berkshire: seat of the Royal Military Academy for the training of officer cadets in the British Army. Pop.: 19 546 (2001)
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