If Churchill’s most famous speeches are those from the beginning of World War Two, this one from shortly after its end is widely considered to be one of the most important mobilising statements preceding the establishment of the European Community. However, although Churchill backed the European cause when out of government in the period after 1945, when he became Prime Minister again in 1951 his views were somewhat more reticent.
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