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Wavs of Winston Churchill's Pre-WWII Speeches






1909: A challenge, as a member of the Liberal Party, against the Conservative Party's taxation plan. One of the earliest known recordings of the voice of Winston Churchill.

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November, 1918: Churchill declares "We have won the Great War - let us win the Great Peace."

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Early 1930s: Churchill remarks during one of his regularly scheduled radio broadcasts on the "stabbing pain" that accompanies the realization that after a thousand years of insulation from invasion, that it could now happen given current conditions that are not, and need not, be named.

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November 16, 1934: A strangely prophetic speech that supposes the resumption of the Great War of 1914 "under different conditions...in differing combinations" into which Great Britain would have eventually be dragged due to the proximity of the continent, the speeds of modern aircraft and the reach of modern artillery.

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April 30, 1938: A speech delivered before a Royal Academy banquet in honor of Churchill's paintings being exhibited by them. The address concerns the need for "collective security" in "colorful" terms.

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The above in .wav format.

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October 16, 1938: Excerpts from a landmark broadcast to the United States regarding the aftermath issues of the Munich agreement, revolving around the theme "We Must Arm!".

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A series of excerpted phrases from the above, with the inclusion of phrases edited out of the above, proceeding from the "We Must Arm" quotation.

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From the same as the above, and similarly excerpted, cutting sarcasm regarding the fear of dictators of free speech and free thought.

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Russia with regard to the Polish crisis with Germany.

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(Excerpt from above): "I cannot forecast you the actions of Russia. It is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.".

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(Excerpt from same as above): "It is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.".

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