How Did Winston Churchill Change The World After Ww2

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A man who is best recognized as the prime minister of England during World War II, a man who was an accomplished historian, having published dozens of volumes on the history of England and Europe. A man who was also known as a master of oratory and rewarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953 was Winston Churchill. World War II, a conflict that involved every part of the world during the years of 1939-45 was started in September 1, 1939. It was arguably the most significant time of 20th century. It developed technology and laid the ground work that permitted post-war social changes including the end of European colonialism, civil rights movement in United States, modern women’s rights movement and, as well as the exploring programs to outer…show more content…
Firstly, Churchill formed a union of cabinets from Labour, Liberal and Conservative parties. He had selected brilliant and talented men in important positions. Churchill was also famous for his great inspiration speech which can turn out to propaganda such as, “I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and sweat” speech. June 18th 1940, Churchill gave one iconic speech to the House of Commons, warning that the battle of Britain was about to start and established the foundation of an alliance with superpower countries, United States and Soviet Union. Churchill had good relationship with U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt that let Britain to get necessary supplies from the North Atlantic Ocean shipping routes by ordering through credit. Roosevelt provided military hardware without monetary payment, free fiscal charge to Britain by persuading Congress that it was for the national security; and Lend-lease Act was created. Churchill and Roosevelt had 12 strategic conferences which protect the Atlantic Charter, Europe First strategy, the Declaration by the United Nations and other war
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