“If the Allies had resisted Hitler strongly in his early stages…he would have been forced to recoil, and a chance would have been given to the sane elements in German life.” — Winston S. Churchill, 1948:
World War II was the defining event of our age—the climactic clash between liberty and tyranny. It led to revolutions, the demise of empires, a protracted Cold War, and religious strife still not ended. Yet Churchill maintained that it was all avoidable.
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“A Certain Splendid Memory…” Dinner of the New England Churchillians, Union Club, Boston, 21 November 2014.
Yesterday at Westminster Abbey, over a thousand of her friends and admirers joined in a memorial to Lady Soames. A few weeks ago, in a special edition of Finest Hour, fifty of them wrote about her. So it is timely to remember her here in Boston, where she was with us so many times.
Timothy Robert Hardy led that issue because after all, a Shakespearean actor who doubled as her Papa is bound to know the right words, and he did.