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Never give in! : the best of Winston Churchill's speeches

Author: Winston Churchill; Winston S Churchill
Publisher: New York : Hyperion, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st U.S. edView all editions and formats
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Selected by his grandson, a compilation of some of the finest speeches by the indomitable former British Prime Minister encompasses his entire career and includes both well-known speeches as well as those never before published in popular form.
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Named Person: Winston Churchill; Winston Sir Churchill
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Winston Churchill; Winston S Churchill
ISBN: 1401300561 9781401300562 0786888709 9780786888702
OCLC Number: 53235158
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xxxi, 524 p. : ill., ports. ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Young Statesman 1897-1915 --
2. Oblivion and Redemption 1916-29 --
3. Wilderness Years 1930-39 --
4. Glory Years 1939-45 --
5. Sunset Years 1945-63 --
Appendix Churchill Center and Societies 505. Young statesman 1897-1915 --
First political speech: 'The dried up drain-pipe of radicalism', 26 July 1897, Bath --
'Escape!', 23 December 1899, Durban, South Africa --
'The anniversay of my escape', 13 December 1900, New York --
Maiden speech: 'A certain splendid memory', 18 February 1901, House of Commons --
Lifting again the 'tattered flag', 13 May 1901, House of Commons --
'An age of great events and little men', 21 November 1901, Liverpool --
'A navy...to perserve the peace of the world', 17 January 1903, Oldham --
'The mere washpot of plutocracy', 4 June 1904, Alexandra Palace, London --
'For free trade', 16 June 1904, Cheetham Hill, Manchester --
'Dear food for the millions', 13 May 1905, Manchester --
'British hospitality', 9 October 1905, Cheetham Hill, Manchester --
'No more garters for dukes', 14 December 1905, Manchester --
'The gift of England', 31 July 1906, House of Commons --
'The cause of the left-out millions', 11 October 1906, Glasgow --
George Bernard Shaw: 'A volcano', 22 October 1906, Free Trade Hall, Manchester --
'My African journey', 18 January 1908, National Liberal Club, London --
Socialism: 'All yours is mine!', 22 January 1908, Cheetham, Manchester --
The pen: 'Liberator of man and of nations', 17 February 1908, London --
'What is society?' 4 May 1908, Kinnaird Hall, Dundee --
'I am the Board of Trade', 4 February 1909, Newcastle-upon-Tyne --
The budget: 'Cannot afford to live or die', 22 May 1909, Manchester --
'A violent rupture of constitutional custom', 4 September 1909, Leicester --
'The most ancient and the most glorious monarchy', 4 December 1909, Southport --
'The upkeep of the aristocracy', 17 December 1909, Burnley, Lancs --
'For soldiers to fire on the people...', 7 February 1911, House of Commons --
Unemployment insurance, 22 May 1911, House of Commons --
National rail strike, 22 August 1911, House of Commons --
'The maintenance of naval supremacy', 9 November 1911, Guildhall, London --
'Why should not Ireland have her chance?', 8 February 1912, Belfast --
'An age of incipient violence', 18 March 1912, House of Commons --
'Air power', 10 November 1913, Guildhall, London --
'Unconquerable and incomparable', 4 March 1914, London --
'The world is armed as it was never armed before', 17 March 1914, House of Commons --
'The war will be long and sombre', 11 September 1914, London --
The Dardanelles, 5 June 1915, Dundee --
'Take Constantinople!', 15 November 1915, House of Commons --
Oblivion and redemption 1916-29 --
'The hardest of tests', 23 May 1916, House of Commons --
'Grappling with the most terrible foe', 31 May 1916, House of Commons --
'Perils, sorrows and sufferings', 10 December 1917, Bedford --
'The war is won!', 16 December 1918, Connaught Rooms, London --
'Bolshevist atrocities', 11 April 1919, Connaught Rooms, London --
Farewell to 'the beer of Old England', 18 July 1919, London --
'The Jews should have a national home', 31 March 1921, Jerusalem --
Lenin, 8 June 1921, Manchester --
'The culture and glories of the Arab race', 14 June 1921, House of Commons --
'The dreary steeples of Fermanagh and Tyrone', 16 February 1922, House of Commons --
Conservative once more, 16 September 1925, Birmingham --
'The follies of Socialism', 11 December 1925, Battersea --
'Artful dodger!', 22 April 1926, House of Commons --
'The blushing Liberal bride', 22 October 1928, Chingford --
'A disarmament fable', 24 October 1928, Aldersbrook --
The wilderness years 1930-39 --
'A seditious Middle Temple lawyer', 23 February 1931, Epping --
'Abandoning India', 18 March 1931, Royal Albert Hall, London --
Prohibition, November/December 1931, lecture tour of the United States --
'Bands of sturdy Teutonic youths', 23 November 1932, House of Commons --
'Pontifical, anonymous mugwumpery', 22 February 1933, House of Commons --
'England', 24 April 1933, Royal Society of St. George, London --
'Wars come very suddenly', 7 February 1934, House of Commons --
'Germany is arming', 8 March 1934, House of Commons --
'We lie within...striking distance', 16 November 1934, broadcast, London --
'A corridor of deepening and darkening danger', 31 May 1935, House of Commons --
'You have unsettled everything...', 5 June 1935, House of Commons --
'I am a Treaty man', 10 July 1935, House of Commons --
'Naval security', 24 July 1935, Harlow --
'Abyssinia has been invaded', 8 October 1935, Chingford --
'Nazidom...with all its hatreds', 24 October 1935, House of Commons --
'Germany...fears no one', March 1936, House of Commons --
The Jews: 'Their blood and race', 24 March 1936, House of Commons --
'Great hammers descending day and night', 26 March 1936, House of Commons --
'Hitler has torn up the treaties', 6 April 1936, House of Commons --
'Thank God for the French Army', 24 September 1936, Paris --
Lawrence of Arabia, 3 October 1936, Oxford --
'The locust years', 12 November 1936, House of Commons --
'Approaching the most dangerous moment', 25 November 1936, London --
'The abdication of King Edward VIII', 10 December 1936, House of Commons --
Rudyard Kipling, 17 November 1937, Grosvenor House, London --
Austria annexed, 14 March 1938, House of Commons --
'I have watched this famous island...', 24 March 1938, House of Commons --
'The sentinel towers of the Western approaches', 5 May 1938, House of Commons --
'Save mankind from martyrdom', 26 September 1938, London --
'A total and unmitigated defeat', 5 October 1938, House of Commons --
'The lights are going out', 16 October 1938, broadcast to US, London --
'The bitter fruits of Munich', 14 March 1939, Waltham Abbey --
'The surge of unity and of duty', 20 April 1939, Canada Club, London --
'Repudiation of the Balfour Declaration', 23 May 1939, House of Commons --
'A hush over Europe', 8 August 1939, broadcast to US, London --
The glory years 1939-45 --
War, 3 September 1939, House of Commons --
Russia: 'A riddle, wrapped in a mystery', 1 October 1939, broadcast, London --
'The Navy's here!', 23 February 1940, Guildhall, London --
'Blood, toil, tears and sweat', 13 May 1940, House of Commons --
'Arm yourselves, and be ye men of valour!', 19 May 1940, broadcast, London --
'Wars are not won by evacuations', 4 June 1940, House of Commons --
'The news from France is very bad', 17 June 1940, broadcast, London --
'This was their finest hour', 18 June 1940, House of Commons --
Destruction of the French Fleet, 4 July 1940, House of Commons --
'The War of the Unknown Warriors', 14 July 1940, broadcast, London --
'The few', 20 August 1940, House of Commons --
Fifty American destroyers, 5 September 1940, House of Commons --
'These cruel, wanton...bombings', 11 September 1940, broadcast, London --
'We will all go down fighting to the end', 17 September 1940, House of Commons --
'We can take it!', 8 October 1940, House of Commons --
'Dieu protege la France', 21 October 1940, broadcast, London --
'Give us the tools', 9 February 1941, broadcast, London --
'This Battle of the Atlantic', 18 March 1941, Pilgrims' Society, London --
Yugoslavia invaded, 9 April 1941, House of Commons --
'Westward look, the land is bright', 27 April 1941, broadcast, London --
Vote of confidence, 7 May 1941, House of Commons --
'The Bismarch is sunk!' 27 May 1941, House of Commons --
'Our solid, stubborn strength', 12 June 1941, London --
'The Old Lion', 16 June 1941, broadcast, London --
Alliance with Russia, 22 June 1941, broadcast, London --
'The grit and stamina of Londoners', 14 July 1941, County Hall, London --
The Atlantic Charter, 24 August 1941, broadcast, London --
'We are still captain of our souls', 9 September 1941, House of Commons --
'Never give in!', 29 October 1941, Harrow School --
The Lend-Lease Bill, 10 November 1941, Mansion House, London --
War with Japan, 8 December 1941, House of Commons --
Joint Session of Congress, 26 December 1941, Washington, DC --
'Some chicken! Some neck!', 30 December 1941, Parliament, Ottawa --
'I demand a Vote of Confidence', 27 January 1942, House of Commons --
'Singagore has fallen', 15 February 1942, broadcast, London --
Prime Minister for two years, 10 May 1942, broadcast, London --
Motion of Censure, 2 July 1942, House of Commons --
'The bright gleam of victory', 10 November 1942, Mansion House, London --
'The frontiers of deliverance', 29 November 1942, world broadcast, London --
'The Desert Army', 3 February 1943, Tripoli --
Tribute of Montgomergy and Alexander, 11 February 1943, House of Commons --
'Heavier work lies ahead', 19 May 1943, Congress, Washington, DC --
'We expect no reward', 30 June 1943, Guildhall, London --
'The gift of a common tongue', 6 September 1943, Harvard, Boston --
'A sense of crowd and urgency', 28 October 1943, House of Commons --
'The hour of our greatest effort', 26 March 1944, broadcast, London --
D-Day, 6 June 1944, House of Commons --
'The price of blood...for the soil of France', 28 September 1944, House of Commons --
'Democracy is no harlot', 8 December 1944, House of Commons --
'We demand unconditional surrender', 18 January 1945, House of Commons --
'Greece forever!', 14 February 1945, Constitution Square, Athens --
The Yalta Conference, 27 February 1945, House of Commons --
Lloyd George, 28 March 1945, House of Commons --
President Roosevelt, 17 April 1945, House of Commons --
'No words can ever express the horror', 19 April 1945, House of Commons --
Victory in Europe, 8 May 1945, House of Commons and broadcast, London --
'This is your victory', 8 May 1945, Ministry of Health, London --
'Forward, till the whole task is done', 13 May 1945, broadcast, London --
Back to party politics, 4 June 1945, broadcast, London --
General Eisenhower, 12 June 1945, Mansion House, London --
'Dear Desert Rats', 21 July 1945, Winston Club, Berlin --
Resignation, 26 July 1945, 10 Downing Street --
The sunset years 1945-63 --
The atomic bomb, 6 August 1945, 10 Downing Street --
Surrender of Japan, 15 August 1945, House of Commons --
'Government of the people', 16 August 1945, House of Commons --
Alamein, 25 October 1945, Royal Albert Hall, London --
'We did not flinch', 31 October 1945, Harrow School --
'The unnecessary war', 16 November 1945, Belgian Parliament, Brussels --
'An Iron Curtain has descended', 5 March 1946, Fulton, Missouri --
'The tragedy of Europe', 9 May 1946, The Hague, Holland --
Palestine, 1 August 1946, House of Commons --
A 'United States of Europe', 19 September 1946, Zurich, Switzerland --
'A property-owning democracy', 5 October 1946, Blackpool --
The Communist menace, 24 October 1946, Loughton --
Palestine: 'Blood and shame', 31 January 1947, House of Commons --
'United Europe', 14 May 1947, Royal Ablert Hall, London --
The rights of the British, 4 October 1947, House of Commons --
'Shabby moneylenders!', 28 October 1947, House of Commons --
'Socialism is the philosophy of failure', 28 May 1948, Perth --
'When they get the atomic bomb', 9 October 1948, Llandudno, Wales --
The North Atlantic Treaty, 12 May 1949, House of Commons --
The Berlin Airlift, 21 July 1949, House of Commons --
'Prenez-garde! Je vais parler en francais', 12 August 1949, Strasbourg, France --
'Watch out! I am going to speak in French' (translation), 12 August 1949, Strasbourg, France --
'English literature is a glorious inheritance', 2 November 1949, London --
'Our Socialist masters', 9 February 1950, Devonport --
'An experiment in freedom', 18 May 1950, Edinburg --
'This century of tragedy and storm', 4 July 1950, Dorchester Hotel, London --
'Renewing the glory of our island home', 21 July 1951, Woodford --
'Regain our independence', 23 October 1951, Plymouth --
'The valiant champion of freedom', 9 November 1951, Guildhall, London --
'We must not lose hope!', 17 January 1952, Congress, Washington, DC --
King George VI, 7 February 1952, Broadcast, London --
'The treacherous trap-door', 11 June 1952, Savoy Hotel, London --
'The spirit of England', 23 April 1953, London, and Broadcast --
'The Crown and Parliament', 27 May 1953, St. Stephen's, Westminster --
'Supreme catastrophe', 3 November 1953, House of Commons --
'A calmer and kindlier age', 9 November 1954, Guildhall, London --
'The nation...had the lion-heart', 30 November 1954, Westminster Hall --
'Never despair!', 1 March 1955, House of Commons --
'The Queen!', 4 April 1955, 10 Downing Street --
'Let us go boldly forward', 21 June 1955, Guildhall, London --
Honorary US Citizenship, 9 April 1963, The White House, Washington, DC.
Responsibility: selected and edited by his grandson Winston S. Churchill.
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