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Onwards to Victory; War Speeches by the Right Hon. Winston S. Churchill

Author: Winston Churchill; Charles Eade
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown and Company, 1944. ©1944
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First EditionView all editions and formats
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War speeches delivered during 1943.
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Genre/Form: Sermons
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Winston Churchill; Charles Eade
OCLC Number: 153440215
Notes: Speeches, broadcasts and messages delivered during the year 1943.
Description: x, [1], 357 pages 22 cm
Contents: Introduction --
A visit to North Africa and the Middle East --
Visit to Cyprus: Speech to the islanders, February 1, 1943 --
Speech to the 4th Hussars; February 1, 1943 --
A Cairo Press Conference: Statement to the newspaper representatives stationed in Cairo, after the visits to Turkey and Cyprus, February 1, 1943 --
The Desert Army: A speech to the men of the Eighth Army at Tripoli, February 3, 1943 --
New Zealand's Part: A speech to the men of the New Zealand Division at Tripoli, February 4, 1943 --
The War Situation: A speech in the House of Commons, February 11, 1943 --
Messages: Ulster's Part - A message from the Prime Minister read by Mr. J. M. Andrews, Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, at a meeting in Belfast, January 2, 1943 ; Britain and China - a reply to General Chiang Kai-shek's message, January 12, 1943 ; Iraq Declares War - A message to General Nuri Said, Prime Minister of Iraq, January 16, 1943 ; Mr. Gandhi Blamed - A reply to Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru and others, February 24, 1943 ; Wings for Victory - A message on the opening of a great war savings campaign, February 28, 1943 --
A Four Years' Plan: A world broadcast, March 21, 1943 --
The Tunisia Campaign : Three short statements made by the Prime Minister to the House of Commons giving news of the progress of the campaign, March 24, 1943; March 30, 1943; April 7, 1943 --
The Voting Register, March 30, 1943 --
Messages: To General MacArthur, March 1, 1943 ; The Growing Air Offensive - A message to Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Harris, Bomber Command, March 1, 1943 ; Spitfires in the Pacific - Mrl Churchill's reply to a message from Mr. John Curtin, Prime Minister of Australia, March 4, 1943 ; "The Days Are Brighter" - A message to Mr Mackenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada, March 6, 1943 ; Tribute to Cardinal Hinsley - A message to the Provost of Westminster Cathedral, March 20, 1943 ; U.S. Airmen Praised - A message to Lt.-Gen. Andrews and Maj.-Gen. Eaker, March 21, 1943 ; The Spirit of Greece - A message to M. Tsouderos, the Prime Minister of Greece, on Greek Independence Day, March 23, 1943 ; Leadership for Great Tasks - A message to the first wartime Conference of the Federation of University Conservative and Unionist Associations in London, March 31, 1943 --
Answers in the House of Commons, March 1943 --
Honorable R.A.F. Wings, Mr. Churchill's letter to Air Marshal Sir Bertine Sutton, April 1, 1943 --
Help for refugees: A written answer to a member of Parliament, April 7, 1943 --
General De Gaulle's Visit to Africa : A statement issued by the Prime Minister following the postponement of the meeting between General de Gaulle and General Giraud, April 7, 1943 --
Messages: Death of General Welvert - A message to General Giraud, April 15, 1943 ; Execution of U.S. Airmen - A message to General Arnold, April 23, 1943 ; "You Gave us the Tools" - A message to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce at its annual dinner in New York, April 30, 1943 --
Answers in the House of Commons, April, 1943 --
Victory in North Africa: Messages to General Eisenhower, General Alexander, Air Chief Marshal Tedder, and General Giraud, May 11, 1943 --
The Home Guard: A Broadcast from the United States of America on the third anniversary of the formation of Britain's Home Guard, May 14, 1943 --
The Speech to the U.S. Congress: Delivered in Washington, D.C., and broadcast to the world, May 19, 1943 --
A Talk to the American Press, May 25, 1943 --
Messages: Poland's Struggle - A message to commemorate Polish National Day, May 2, 1943 ; Ulster's Help - A letter to Mr. J. M. Andrews on his relinquishing the office of Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, May 6, 1943 ; Pledge to China - A reply to General Chaing Kai-shek's congratulations on the allied victory in North Africa, May 14, 1943 --
Aid and Comfort from the King - A reply to a message from the King, who had congratulated the Prime Minister on the successful campaign in North Africa, May 16, 1943 --To the Conservatives - A message from Washington to the Conservative Party's annual conference in London, May 24, 1943 --
"Cut More Coal" - An appeal to every mineworker in Great Britain, May 24, 1943 ; To General Smuts - Birthday greetings , May 24, 1943 ; To the Jerome Family Association , May 24, 1943 --
Service Pay, May 24, 1943 ; Rehabilitation of Ex-Servicemen, May 24, 1943 ; Gas Warfare, May 24, 1943 ; "Brighter and Solid Prospects" - The Prime Minister's speech to the House of Commons on his return from the United States and North Africa, June 8, 1943 ; "Before the Autumn Leaves Fall" - Speech at the Guildhall on receiving the Freedom of the City of London, June 30, 1943 ; General Sikorski's Death - Tribute paid by the Prime Minister in the House of Commons, July 6, 1943 ; A Call to Polish Forces - Message broadcast in the Polish transmission of the B.B.C., July 14, 1943 ; The Call to the Italian People - Joint message by Mr. Churchill and President Roosevelt broadcast to Italy by Algiers radio, July 16, 1943 ; The Liberal Ideal - Speech at the National Liberal Club, London, July 22, 1943 ; Mussolini's Downfall- Speech to the House of Commons, July 27, 1943 ; U.S. Ships for Britain - Statement to the House of Commons, August 3, 1943 ; War Decorations - Statement to the House of Commons, August 3, 1943 ; Offensive in Sicily - Statement to the House of Commons, August 3, 1943 ; War on the U-Boats - Statement issued jointly by Mr. Churchill and President Roosevelt, August 15, 1943 ; A Denial - Statement issued by Mr. Churchill during his visit to Quebec, August, 1943 ; To the King - Prime Minister Churchill's reply to the message sent him by the King congratulating him on the victory in Sicily, August 19, 1943 ; The Quebec Conference - Joint statement issued in Quebec by Mr. Churchill and President Roosevelt, August 24, 1943 --
Answers in the House of Commons, June , July and August 1943 --
The Call for a Three-Power Talk: A world broadcast , August 31, 1943 --
Anglo-American Unity: speech on receiving an honoarary degree at Harvard University, September 6, 1943 --
A Call to Marshall Badoglio: Joint message from Mr. Churchill and President Roosevelt, issued from Washington, September 11, 1943 --
The War: Past and Future ; Speech in the House of Commons, September 21, 1943 --
The Air Offensive: Letter from Mr. Churchill read by Sir Stafford Cripps to 500 aircraft workers in London, September 21, 1943 --
Sir Kingsley Wood: a tribute to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, September 22, 1943 --
The Women of Britain: Speech made to 6,000 women in London, September 29, 1943 --
Messages: The Fourth Anniversary - Reply to a message from Generalissimo Chaing Kai-shek, September 5, 1943 ; Congratulations on the Surrender of Italy - Messages sent by Mr. Churchill to the King of Greece and the King of Saudi Aragia in reply to their congratulations, September, 1943 --
Answers in the House of Commons, September 22, 1943 --
Tribute to Sir Dudley Pound: Letter to the Admiral of the Fleet on his resignation from the post of First Sea Lord, October 4, 1943 --
"Beating the Life Out of Germany" : Messages of congratulations sent to Liet.-Gen. Jacob L. Devers and Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Harris, October 11, 1943 --
British to Occupy Azores: Statement to the House of Commons, October 12, 1943 --
The Coalmining Situation: Speech in the House of Commons, October 13, 1943 --
Rebuilding the House of Commons: Speech to the House of Commons, October 28, 1943 --
Answers in the House of Commons, October 1943 --
Let Vision Guide Our Steps: Speech to the boys of Harrow School, November 5, 1943 --
No Time to Relax; Speech at the Lord Mayor's Day Luncheon, London, November 9, 1943 --
Answers in the House of Commons, November, 1943 --
The Sword of Stalingrad, November 29, 1943 --
Sixty-Ninth Birthday, November 30, 1943 --
A Future Without Tyranny: Joint statement issued after the Conference of the allied leaders in Teheran, December 1, 1943 --
Messages: Reply to a message from Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek on the anniversary of the outbraeak of the Pacific War, December 7, 1943 ; To Bomber Command, December 21, 1943 ; Christmas Greetings, December 25, 1943 ; Reply to a message of congratulations from the President of Mexico on the result of the Teheran Conference, December 28, 1943 --"This Admirable M and B": Personal message issued by the Prime Minister during his convalescence, December 29, 1943.
Responsibility: Compiled by Charles Eade.

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