1981 Martin Gilbert The Origins of The 'Iron Curtain' Speech
1983 Sir John Plumb, F.B.A. The Dominion of History
1984 Sir William Deakin, D.S.O. Churchill and Europe in 1944
1985 Sir John Colville, C.B. C.V.O. The Personality of Sir Winston Churchill
1986 Robert Rhodes James, M.P. Churchill, The Man
1987 Lord Blake, F.B.A., J.P. Churchill and The Conservative Party
1988 Philip S. Ziegler The Transfer of Power in India
1990 Sir Michael Howard Churchill - Prophet of Detente
1991 The Lady Soames, D.B.E. Winston Churchill: The Great Human Being
1992 Professor Reginald V. Jones, C.B.E. Churchill as I Knew Him
1993 Hon. Edwina Sandys, M.B.E. Winston Churchill - His Art Reflects His Life
1994 The Rt Hon Lord Amery Memories of Churchill and How He Would Have Seen The World Today
1995 Robin W. Winks, F.R. Hist. S. Winston Churchill, Intelligence and fiction: "Mysteries Inside Enigmas"
1997 Professor John Lukacs Churchill The Visionary
1998 Professor William Rogers Churchill and The Liquidation of The British Empire
1999 Philip M. H. Bell Churchill and France during the Second World War: 'Never Will I Believe That The Soul of France is Dead.
2000 Andrew Roberts Churchill and His Critics
2001 Richard B. Frank Ending The Pacific War: History and Fantasy
2002 The Rt Hon Lord Jenkins Why Churchill's Speech Was 'A Shot Which Rang Around The World
2003 Celia Sandys  
2005 John Ramsden   
2007 Sir Martin Gilbert  
2008 Christopher Catherwood  
2009 Lynne Olson  
2010 Carlo D'Este  
2011 Sir Max Hastings  
2012 Sir David Cannadine Winston Churchill: The Statesman as Artist
2013 Professor Peter Clarke Churchill as Author
2014 Paul Reid A Conversation with Paul Reid
2015 Professor Richard Toye Churchill and the Golden Age of Journalism 
2016 Professor Klaus Larres

War, Terror, and Global Order: The Search for Stability from the 'Iron Curtain' to the Present

2017 Jon Meacham

The Relevance of Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt Today

2018 His Excellency Ron Dermer, Ambassador of Israel

Churchill and Israel

2019 Andrew Roberts Winston Churchill: Walking with Destiny

“Leave the past to history especially as I propose to write that history myself.”

Winston S. Churchill