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Words & Speeches of November 1939, WW2

Tuesday, November 28th, 1939 Reply to Finnish Government to Russian demand for withdrawal of troops from frontier near Leningrad: It is established that the discharge of cannon shots mentioned in your communication did not take place on the Finnish side. … Continue reading

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Words & Speeches during WW2, November 1939

Monday November 27 1939 Mr Herbert Morrison, MP Leader of the London County Council, in a broadcast: Stage by stage Hitler built up his power. Piece by piece he swallowed up his neighbours. Each time, like the drunkard, he swore … Continue reading

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Words & Speeches WW2, October 1939

Thursday, October 19th King Gustave of Sweden and President Kallio of Finland in broadcasts for the Royal Palace at Stockholm: My invitation to this meeting was a duty I had to perform. Sweden’s welfare and my warm feelings for the … Continue reading

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Words From WW2 to Remember (4)

A select Record of week to week of Important Declarations and Statements: Monday September 11th Mr Anthony Eden, Secretary of State for the Dominions, in a broadcast address replayed to the United States and to the Empire: “You may remember … Continue reading

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