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Blood, sweat, and tears, by the Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill, with a preface and notes by Randolph S. Churchill, M.P.

By: Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965.
Contributor(s): Churchill, Randolph S. (Randolph Spencer), 1911-1968 [comp.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, G. P. Putnam's sons [c1941]Description: x, 462 p. front. (port.) 22 cm.Subject(s): World War, 1939-1945 -- Great Britain | Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 1936-1945 | Europe -- Politics and government -- 1918-1945Additional physical formats: Online version:: Blood, sweat, and tears.DDC classification: 940.5342 LOC classification: D742.G7 | C5 1941a
Contents:
Eire bill -- The choice for Europe -- The air defenses of Britain -- Civilization -- Maneuvers in Germany -- The Munich Agreement -- The defense of freedom and peace -- The case for a ministry of supply -- The fruits of Munich -- The strength of the navy -- The invasion of Albania -- The king's dominions -- Hitler speaks -- The new army -- Three months of tension -- The summer adjournment -- Europe in suspense -- War -- The first month of war -- The loss of the Royal Oak and the war at sea -- Ten weeks of war -- Traffic at sea -- The battle of the plate -- A house of many mansions -- A time to dare and endure -- The navy is here -- The navy estimates -- A sterner war -- Norway -- The withdrawal from Norway -- Prime Minister -- "Be ye men of valor" -- The capitulation of King Leopold -- Dunkirk -- A message to the people -- Their finest hour -- The fall of France -- The tragedy of the French fleet -- The war of the unknown warriors -- The war situation I -- The war situation II -- Every man to his post -- The war situation III -- The war situation IV -- Leadership of the party -- To the French people -- he war situation V -- "We will never cease to strike" -- The war situation VI -- To the people of Italy -- United States co-operation -- "Put your confidence in us."
Summary: Here for free men to read and ponder and posterity to cherish are those unforgetable pronouncements on the progress of the war, the defense of England, and democracy's fight for life.
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Speeches made between May 1938 and Feb. 1940.

London edition (Cassell and company ltd.) has title: Into battle.

Eire bill -- The choice for Europe -- The air defenses of Britain -- Civilization -- Maneuvers in Germany -- The Munich Agreement -- The defense of freedom and peace -- The case for a ministry of supply -- The fruits of Munich -- The strength of the navy -- The invasion of Albania -- The king's dominions -- Hitler speaks -- The new army -- Three months of tension -- The summer adjournment -- Europe in suspense -- War -- The first month of war -- The loss of the Royal Oak and the war at sea -- Ten weeks of war -- Traffic at sea -- The battle of the plate -- A house of many mansions -- A time to dare and endure -- The navy is here -- The navy estimates -- A sterner war -- Norway -- The withdrawal from Norway -- Prime Minister -- "Be ye men of valor" -- The capitulation of King Leopold -- Dunkirk -- A message to the people -- Their finest hour -- The fall of France -- The tragedy of the French fleet -- The war of the unknown warriors -- The war situation I -- The war situation II -- Every man to his post -- The war situation III -- The war situation IV -- Leadership of the party -- To the French people -- he war situation V -- "We will never cease to strike" -- The war situation VI -- To the people of Italy -- United States co-operation -- "Put your confidence in us."

Here for free men to read and ponder and posterity to cherish are those unforgetable pronouncements on the progress of the war, the defense of England, and democracy's fight for life.

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