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Winston Churchill : His Memoirs and His Speeches 1918 to 1945 Vinyl (DECCA)

£50.00

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Winston Churchill : His Memoirs and His Speeches 1918 to 1945
Vinyl

Released Via Decca Records. (1964)
Cat No - ARL6426 (Side 1) to ARL6449 (Side 24)

includes booklet, with various B&W photo's and appraisal by Arthur Bryant.

SIDE ONE - Winston Churchill reflects upon the hour of Armistice, 11am, 11/11/1918
SIDE TWO - From his memoirs of WW2, Churchill describes the 'Lurking Dangers'
SIDE THREE - The events of 1931 to 1935 ''The Locust Years''
SIDE FOUR - 16/11/1934, Extracts from a radio broadcast on 'The Causes Of War'
SIDE FIVE - Continuing 'The Loaded Pause', Churchill speaks of his meeting with von Ribbentrop in London 1937.
SIDE SIX - ''Collective Security'', ''Munich Winter'', ''Broadcast to the US'', ''The Soviet Enigma'', ''War'' and ''The First Month of War''
SIDE SEVEN - In a world broadcast (12/11/1939), Churchill speaks of ''Ten Weeks of War''
SIDE EIGHT - ''The Navy Is Here'', ''Before The Storm'', ''A Sterner War'' and Churchill speaks of the 'Frustration in Norway'
SIDE NINE - 08/05/1940, ''The Fall of the Government''. Mr Chamberlain resigns anf Churchill forms his government
SIDE TEN - Churchill describes ''The Battle of France'' and ''The March to Sea'' from Chapters two, three and four of his memoirs.
SIDE ELEVEN - ''The Battle of France'' and ''The March to Sea'' (cont.) ''King Leopold Capitulates'' and ''The Deliverance of Dunkirk''
SIDE TWELVE - ''A Colossal Military Disaster'', ''The Deliverance of Dunkirk (Cont.), ''The News Is Very Bad''. ''Back To France''
SIDE THIRTEEN - '' The Finest Hour'' and ''Home Defence''
SIDE FOURTEEN - ''The French Agony'', ''Admiral Darlan and the French Fleet'', ''The War of The Unknown'', ''At Bay''
SIDE FIFTEEN - ''The First Year'', ''The Crux of the Whole War'', ''The Battle of Britain''
SIDE SIXTEEN - ''Secret Session'', ''Desert Victory'', ''Give us the Tools and we will Finish the Job'', ''Westward, Look, The Land is Bright''
SIDE SEVENTEEN - ''Until Victory is Won'', ''The Birth Throes of a Sublime Resolve'', ''The Fourth Climacteric'', ''Do Your Worst - and We Will Do Our Best''
SIDE EIGHTEEN - ''War Production'', ''The Atlantic Charter'', ''The Meeting With President Roosevelt''
SIDE NINETEEN - ''We are still Masters of our Fate'', ''These are Great Days'', ''The Resolution of the People is Unconquerable''
SIDE TWENTY - ''War with Japan'', ''The White House Christmas Tree'', ''Preperation, Liberation, Assault''
SIDE TWENTY ONE - ''Prime Minister for Two Years'', ''The End of the Beginning'', ''A Speech to the US Congress''
SIDE TWENTY TWO - ''Before the Autumn Leaves Fall'', ''A Three Power Talk''
SIDE TWENTY THREE - ''Anglo-American Unity'', ''Rebuilding The House of Commons''
SIDE TWENTY FOUR - ''The Fruits of 1944'', ''Thanksgiving Day'', ''Unconditional Surrender'', ''This is your Victory''

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Winston Churchill : His Memoirs and His Speeches 1918 to 1945
Vinyl

Released Via Decca Records. (1964)
Cat No - ARL6426 (Side 1) to ARL6449 (Side 24)

includes booklet, with various B&W photo's and appraisal by Arthur Bryant.

SIDE ONE - Winston Churchill reflects upon the hour of Armistice, 11am, 11/11/1918
SIDE TWO - From his memoirs of WW2, Churchill describes the 'Lurking Dangers'
SIDE THREE - The events of 1931 to 1935 ''The Locust Years''
SIDE FOUR - 16/11/1934, Extracts from a radio broadcast on 'The Causes Of War'
SIDE FIVE - Continuing 'The Loaded Pause', Churchill speaks of his meeting with von Ribbentrop in London 1937.
SIDE SIX - ''Collective Security'', ''Munich Winter'', ''Broadcast to the US'', ''The Soviet Enigma'', ''War'' and ''The First Month of War''
SIDE SEVEN - In a world broadcast (12/11/1939), Churchill speaks of ''Ten Weeks of War''
SIDE EIGHT - ''The Navy Is Here'', ''Before The Storm'', ''A Sterner War'' and Churchill speaks of the 'Frustration in Norway'
SIDE NINE - 08/05/1940, ''The Fall of the Government''. Mr Chamberlain resigns anf Churchill forms his government
SIDE TEN - Churchill describes ''The Battle of France'' and ''The March to Sea'' from Chapters two, three and four of his memoirs.
SIDE ELEVEN - ''The Battle of France'' and ''The March to Sea'' (cont.) ''King Leopold Capitulates'' and ''The Deliverance of Dunkirk''
SIDE TWELVE - ''A Colossal Military Disaster'', ''The Deliverance of Dunkirk (Cont.), ''The News Is Very Bad''. ''Back To France''
SIDE THIRTEEN - '' The Finest Hour'' and ''Home Defence''
SIDE FOURTEEN - ''The French Agony'', ''Admiral Darlan and the French Fleet'', ''The War of The Unknown'', ''At Bay''
SIDE FIFTEEN - ''The First Year'', ''The Crux of the Whole War'', ''The Battle of Britain''
SIDE SIXTEEN - ''Secret Session'', ''Desert Victory'', ''Give us the Tools and we will Finish the Job'', ''Westward, Look, The Land is Bright''
SIDE SEVENTEEN - ''Until Victory is Won'', ''The Birth Throes of a Sublime Resolve'', ''The Fourth Climacteric'', ''Do Your Worst - and We Will Do Our Best''
SIDE EIGHTEEN - ''War Production'', ''The Atlantic Charter'', ''The Meeting With President Roosevelt''
SIDE NINETEEN - ''We are still Masters of our Fate'', ''These are Great Days'', ''The Resolution of the People is Unconquerable''
SIDE TWENTY - ''War with Japan'', ''The White House Christmas Tree'', ''Preperation, Liberation, Assault''
SIDE TWENTY ONE - ''Prime Minister for Two Years'', ''The End of the Beginning'', ''A Speech to the US Congress''
SIDE TWENTY TWO - ''Before the Autumn Leaves Fall'', ''A Three Power Talk''
SIDE TWENTY THREE - ''Anglo-American Unity'', ''Rebuilding The House of Commons''
SIDE TWENTY FOUR - ''The Fruits of 1944'', ''Thanksgiving Day'', ''Unconditional Surrender'', ''This is your Victory''

Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Easy listening

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