What did Winston churchill mean when he said victory victory at all costs?
He would use all the resources at the country's disposal in order to defeat the enemy, one of these resources being people.
What does the this quote of Winston Churchill mean you shall draw from the heart of suffering means of inspiration and survival?
I think you mean CHURCHILL. Sir Winston Churchill was Prime Minister of the U.K. during WW2. For the first two years of the war, he led Britain as essentially the only country strongly resisting the Nazis. He formed a close bond with FDR, and made significant use of that political and personal friendship when the U.S. entered the war in December 1941. There are dozens of excellent books about Churchill - just go to your…
Prominent = outstanding, distinctive, set above the rest eg Winston Churchill was a prominent politician who led Great Britain to victory (with help from Russia, US, Canada, France, etc) in WWII Standing out, or projecting, beyond the line surface of something; jutting; protuberant; in high relief; as, a prominent figure on a vase.
What does 'a new dark age has descended upon the continent' mean from the speech of Winston churchill?
What did Winston Churchill mean by saying An appeaser is one who feeds crocodile hoping it will last?
He isn't. I reckon you mean, Winston Churchill. Don't worry, though. You're not the first to make this mistake. German Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop also incorrectly called him Vincent Churchill, in a rambling letter™ he wrote at the war's conclusion. You're in very handsome, albeit not too bright, company.
Some may say not everyone liked Winston Churchill. Churchill came across as likable because his speeches were very appealing, with great gravitas & simplicity. He represented Britain possibly as well as anyone could have done. He came across as sincere. But that doesn't mean that either FDR or Stalin thought he was wholly to be accepted at face value. (FDR might have been better advised: Stalin, obviously, was playing an entirely different game in world…
The Curtain, often compared the the Berlin Wall as the Berlin Wall did exactly what the Iron Curtain described by Churchill did, was said to be splitting the globe between Communism and fair governments (republics, democracies, etc.) The Berlin Wall did this by dividing Germany between the Communist Eastern Bloc and the Republic Western Bloc.
The Bulldog is an animal personification of the United Kingdom, its inhabitants are well reputed to have a 'bulldog spirit,' referencing the hardships they bravely endured during the blitz of British cities during WW2. Winston Churchill had a bulldog-like face, so the bulldog is associated with him too. Chris