Winston Churchill's Speech

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Winston Churchill once said, "There is one thing worse than fighting with allies and that is fighting without them". Winston Churchill was one of the main allied leaders of WWII along with Josef Stalin & Franklin Roosevelt who were the people who ended the war. WWII was a tragic war that ended many people lives. Josef Stalin, Franklin Roosevelt, & Winston Churchill were great leaders in WWII, strategizing great ideas to overcome the Axis Powers. To begin, Josef Stalin you could say was a coat of many colors. He had some good sides and some bad sides. His bad side was that he killed many people in which were his own people. It was proven that Hitler was worse that Stalin even though Stalin killed more people. One of his quotes was "death…show more content…
He was a man of bravery and courage. His speeches were the most inspirational. In one of his speeches he says " never give in, never give in, never, never, never, never in nothing, great or small, large or petty never give in except to honor and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy." His most famous speech was the "We shall never surrender" speech. He was talking about never surrendering under any circumstances to any fight, war, or battle and that they can win any battle if they try hard enough. Winston Churchill 's "Iron Curtain" speech was about Winston warning everyone about the threat of Soviet Russia. The "Iron curtain" was referring to if Soviet Russia were to take over everything it would be what it would look like, but they had to keep the curtain "iron" and stop Soviet Russia. He delivered this speech on March 5, 1946. Winston Churchill thought that his sickness had won the war. He called his sickness "Black Dog" and some say that his depression was what made him realize that Germany was going to threat them. The "Black Dog" was a mental illness that made him depressed about many things. He also had hypomania which is was a form of hyperactivity. So he either felt really happy or really depressed. ( NAMI 1
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