The World's Great Speeches - World Affairs and the Second World War Summary & Analysis

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World Affairs and the Second World War Summary and Analysis

In "Blood, Sweat and Tears," Winston Churchill, newly appointed as Prime Minister of England, says that he has called a war cabinet. He says that he believes the country's policy going into World War II will be "to wage war by land, sea and air," and that he believes England must hold nothing back in their efforts to gain victory. In "The War on Russia," Churchill outlines the important points of World War II up to this point, citing the financial contributions of the United States, the fall of France, the thwarted Nazi air invasion and the unexpected German attack of Russia. Churchill says the Russians have called on the English for help. Churchill says that the English goal is to destroy Hitler, and that the English people must...

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