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The unrelenting struggle : war speeches

Author: Winston Churchill; Charles Eade
Publisher: Toronto : McClelland and Stewart Ltd., 1942.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Winston Churchill; Charles Eade
OCLC Number: 2124964
Description: 371 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Tribute to Neville Chamberlain --
The attack on the Italian fleet at Taranto --
Parliament in wartime --
Britain attacks in the western desert --
The victory at Sidi Barrani --
The old school --
The war situation (Dec. 18, 1940) --
A call to the Italian people --
A tribute to Lord Halifax --
"We will not fail mankind" --
The war situation (Jan. 22, 1941) --
A leader of empire --
"Give us the tools and we will finish the job" --
The Macdonald bill --
A new Magna Carta --
Welcome to Mr. Winant --
"Yugoslavia has found its soul" --
The trade unions' sacrifices --
The war situation (April 9, 1941) --
A university ceremony --
To the people of Yugoslavia --
"Westward! Look! The land is bright" --
A message to the Polish people --
The war situation (May 7, 1941) --
To the invaded countries --
To Haile Selassie --
The war situation (May 20, 1941) --
The fighting in Crete --
The war situation (May 27, 1941) --
To the people of Canada --
The war situation (June 10, 1941) --
"Until victory is won" --
"The birth throes of a sublime resolve" --
"The fourth climacteric" --
United States occupation of Iceland --
Civilians on parade --
"Do your worst-and we will do our best" --
"The soul of France can never die" --
War production and the war situation (July 15, 1941) --
"V for victory" --
War production (July 29, 1941) --
A tribute to the merchant seamen --
The eight points --
A message to Premier Stalin --
To the people of Iceland --
The meeting with President Roosevelt --
Canada and the war --
The war situation (Sept. 4, 1941) --
The weapon of science --
The war situation (Sept. 30, 1941) --
A message to the aircraft workers --
A message to youth --
A call to farmers --
Defense Regulation 18B --
The slaughter of hostages --
The new glory of Greeece --
"These are great days" --
"All will be well" --
"Everyone can play a hero's part" --
A warning to Japan --
The war situation (Nov. 12, 1941) --
A tribute to the Jews --
A flame of French culture --
A parliamentary precedent --
The attack in Libya --
Man-power and woman-power --
War with Japan --
Loss of H.M.S. Prince of Wales and Repulse. --
War situation (Dec. 11, 1941) --
The White House Christmas tree --
The speech to Congress --
"Preparation --
Liberation --
Assault".
Responsibility: compiled by Charles Eade.

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