Violet Asquith was the daughter of the UK Prime Minister Herbert Asquith.
Violet 'jumped off a cliff after being ditched'.
The person who had ditched Violet was the 'boy-loving' Winston Churchill.
Asquith, the man who led Britain into World War I,
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Slains Castle - the inspiration for Bram Stroker's 'Dracula'. Website
Violet jumped off a cliff?
Violet Asquith was reported missing at Cruden Bay on the Scottish coast.
The Asquith family were on holiday there, in September 1908, at Slains Castle.
Violet Asquith was discovered near a coastal path - uninjured but 'apparently barely conscious'.
A doctor arrived and Violet revived.
There were rumours.
Violet's mother, Helen Kelsall (née Melland), had died of typhoid when Violet was four.
Violet's father, Herbert Asquith, had then married Margot, born Emma Tennant, who had became Violet's stepmother.
Margot was allegedly lesbian.
Margot Asquith (ne Tennant). Noel Pemberton Billing heard rumours that Maud Allan was a lesbian and was having an affair with Margot Asquith, the wife of Herbert Asquith. He also believed that Allan and the Asquiths were all members of the Unseen Hand.
Venetia Stanley had an affair with Violet's father Herbert Asquith.
(aangirfan: SEXY WAR LEADER).
MICHAEL SHELDEN discovered, "buried in the Asquith family papers", the link between Violet's 'accident' and her relationship with Winston Churchill.
Violet Asquith had met Churchill in 1907 at Taplow Court, near Windsor Castle.
Over the following months, she met him again at balls and dinner parties.
Churchill knew that Asquith would probably become Prime Minister, and Churchill wanted to be in Asquith's cabinet.
In 1908, when Asquith did become Prime Minister, Violet told her father: ‘Make the most of Winston.’
Churchill duly entered Asquith's cabinet as President of the Board of Trade.
Violet had served her purpose.
Violet invited Churchill to stay with her family at Slains Castle.
Clementine, whose paternity is a subject of much debate, as Lady Blanche was well known for sharing her "favours". Website
A week before Churchill's promised visit to Slains Castle, Churchill was with Clementine Hozier at Blenheim Palace.
There and then, Churchill proposed to Clementine.
Churchill sent a note to Violet.
He said he would have to postpone his trip to Slain's Castle.
According to Clementine: ‘When Violet heard that Winston was going to marry me, she fainted.’
Violet wondered ‘whether he (Churchill) will ultimately mind her (Clementine) being as stupid as an owl’.
Churchill and Clementine
On Monday, August 24, three weeks before the wedding, Winston did travel to Slain's Castle to see Violet.
Perhaps, he wanted to remain on good terms with the daughter of the powerful Prime Minister.
Clementine was not happy about this and threatened to call off the wedding.
They went rock-climbing below the castle.
On one particular day, Violet slipped on a wet rock.
"I scratched my face rather badly rock-climbing with Winston," she wrote to her best friend Venetia Stanley.
After Winston went back down south, Violet became "completely demoralised", according to her stepmother, Margot Asquith.
Violet refused to attend Churchill's wedding.
Late in the afternoon of 19 September, Violet left Slain's Castle castle with a book in her hand, and wandered along the path above the cliffs.
When Violet did not return that evening, search parties were sent out.
She was found by some fishermen.
Churchill and Clementine.
Violet claimed she had slipped and landed on a ledge, where she hit her head.
But, she'd been found lying near the coastal path and her head showed no signs of injury.
In October, Violet heard that Churchill was in Dundee for a meeting.
She decided to attend the meeting, and speak on Churchill's behalf.
Her father persuaded her to desist.
Two months after his wedding, Churchill arranged a lunch in London for Violet, Clementine and himself.
Violet continued to support Churchill and reportedly played a part in his rise to the top.
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