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Album: His Finest Hour: The Wartime Speeches of Winston Churchill
# Song Title   Time
1)    Britain Must Arm, America Must Arm (Broadcast to the United States;Oct 16, 1938)
2)    Causes of War (Excerpts; Nov 16 1934)
3)    Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat (Excerpt; May 13, 1940)
4)    In a Solemn Hour (May 19, 1940)
5)    Colossal Military Disaster (We Shall Fight on the Beaches June 4, 1940)
6)    This Was Their Finest Hour (Excerpt; June 18, 1940)
7)    First Year, The (Never to So Few; Excerpt; Aug 20, 1940)
8)    Every Man to His Post (Excerpt; Sept 11, 1940)
9)    Give Us the Tools (Excerpt; Feb 9, 1941)
10)    Some Chicken Some Neck (Canadian Address, Excerpt; Dec 30, 1941)
11)    End of the War in Europe (May 8, 1945)
12)    Iron Curtain (Fulton, Miss, Excerpts; March 5, 1946)
 
Album: His Finest Hour: The Wartime Speeches of Winston Churchill
# Song Title   Time
1)    Britain Must Arm, America Must Arm (Broadcast to the United States;Oct 16, 1938)
2)    Causes of War (Excerpts; Nov 16 1934)
3)    Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat (Excerpt; May 13, 1940)
4)    In a Solemn Hour (May 19, 1940)
5)    Colossal Military Disaster (We Shall Fight on the Beaches June 4, 1940)
6)    This Was Their Finest Hour (Excerpt; June 18, 1940)
7)    First Year, The (Never to So Few; Excerpt; Aug 20, 1940)
8)    Every Man to His Post (Excerpt; Sept 11, 1940)
9)    Give Us the Tools (Excerpt; Feb 9, 1941)
10)    Some Chicken Some Neck (Canadian Address, Excerpt; Dec 30, 1941)
11)    End of the War in Europe (May 8, 1945)
12)    Iron Curtain (Fulton, Miss, Excerpts; March 5, 1946)
 
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  • HIS FINEST HOUR: THE WARTIME SPEECHES OF WINSTON CHURCHILL brings together 12 of the most historically important and moving speeches from the great prime minister.
  • His Finest Hour: The Speeches of Winston Churchill is a crucial historical document, featuring some of Churchill's most important speeches (or, in most cases, the most relevant excerpts) concerning World War II and its aftermath. Not only is it fascinating to hear history unfolding before your ears, but it's also interesting to compare the differences with today's oratory style. ~ Steve Huey
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