Winston Churchill’s Powerful Message to the British People

Communicate with Grace and Confidence

On May 10th, 1940, Winston Churchill became the Prime Minister of England. The same day, Germany invaded France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Belgium. Luxembourg immediately became an occupied territory, and the Netherlands surrendered to Germany within days. The news of French surrender was expected every moment. And in England, wild rumors spread of an imminent Nazi attack on British soil.

Oh June 4th, Churchill appeared before the House of Commons to brief them on the war effort, and his words were broadcast. All over England, people huddled around kitchen radios to hear the new Prime Minister’s long, detailed address to the House of Commons.


Before concluding his remarks, Churchill said a few words for the people listening at home. Churchill’s unwavering confidence, delivered simply and powerfully, stemmed the panic threatening to overcome the British people. In the dark days and months that followed, the people clung to his message as a…

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