Because it was a masterpiece of Old English and an insult to the French! Every word of that speech was the way it would have been said in England in the year 1000, even to the unusual wording "landing-grounds". Every word that is, except for one. He said "we will never surrender" and surrender is a French word and he was disgusted at the way they had capitualted to the Germans.
never never never give up
It was a morale boosting speech for the British public - badly needed because the Germans appeared to be winning the war. The speech ended with him stating "We will never surrender".
Churchills most famous speech was known as the Iron Curtain.
we will fight them on the beaches
Because the final battles of WWII were on the beaches of Normandy?
Yes, it rallied the country.
Winston Churchill's "Iron Curtain Speech", also called "The Sinews of Peace", was given on March 5, 1946 at Westminster College in Fulton Missouri.
To instill a fighting spirit in the people of Britain, and to make it clear to the Germans that an invasion force would be fought all the way.
June 4, 1940, House of Commons. See http://www.winstonchurchill.org/learn/speeches/speeches-of-winston-churchill/128-we-shall-fight-on-the-beaches
Winston Churchill made the iron curtain speech at Westminster college in Fulton, Missouri. There is currently a museum dedicated to him and the circumstances surrounding the speech on campus. For the 50th anniversary of the speech there was a black tie dinner attended by several members of his family as well as Margaret Thatcher. I was fortunate enough to sit with her for about ten minutes as we enjoyed two glasses of wine and she lightheartedly compared her own style and public perception to Winston. There is also a restaurant/pub in Fulton named Sir Winston's in honor of that brief moment in history.
Because it was delivered during a critical time period in history
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Winston Churchill gave his famous Iron Curtain speech on March 5, 1946
In a speech, he said, "We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing ground, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets . . . we shall never surrender."
Winston Churchill gave his famous speech often referred to as "we shall fight on the beeches" on june 4th 1940. This is the wrong section for your question
He wanted to explain how the Germans could start a terrible war
No, that was coined by Winston Churchill in a speech.
Because he was alive.
The main achievement was in power was the famous speech that got everyone united and determined to fight the Germans and the Japs. He said We will fight in the air , we will, fight on the lands, valleys , hills and mountains, we will fight in the sea, and under the sea, .But we shall never ever surrender.
He wants to reassure the British people that entering the war is the best option for Britain.
NO ! In fact the prime ministers name was Neville chamberlain and he wrote a speech called 'peace for our time' and was very famous but not more famous than Winston Churchill's speech called 'we'll fight on the beaches' and that is even more famous than Neville chamberlain's but Neville chamberlain's speech is still awesome and very famous . if it was speech as in talking then NO none of them had speech problems. hope I helped
Sir Winston Churchill wrote all his own speeches. Unlike Prime Ministers and Presidents of today, politicians didn't have speechwriters in the middle of the 20th century and were expected to write their own speeches.
Winston Churchill's commencement address is an example of an entertainment speech. Also, Martin Luther King's 'I have a dream' speech is another example of an entertainment speech.