Mostly i've seen Churchill typed as SLE although to me he's always felt like ILE. True he was iron-willed and persevering (usually associated with Se) but then under the circumstances it could just as easily apply to an ILE (if not more so, Ne resisting Se).
Other traits also, his ability to inspire, understanding of his environment, tendency toward theory, reading & speculation and the fact he wrote the history of WWII all tend toward ILE rather than SLE. Furthermore his quotes tend toward this sort of thing "Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma."
Compared to this Zhukov (SLE) who wrote almost nothing on theory, and quotes attributed to him tended toward this sort of thing "There are things in Russia which are not as they seem" ...... When you look further you see what real Se is in war time, again Zhukov "If we come to a minefield, our infantry attacks exactly as it were not there." On a similar subject Churchill tended toward the abstract "If you are going through hell, keep going."
Anyone make a convincing case Churchill was SLE rather than ILE?