Describes the reactions to Churchill's wartime speeches, documenting that there was criticism and dissent as well as the perceived mass enthusiam by the people of Great Britain.announcement; a brilliant and persuasive speech; powerful support coming from an unexpected quarter; panic, emotion, or excitement, and ... had occurred in a sense aS recently aS 1931aitS bullying of the rela atively few existing rebels would have been unnecessary. ... Early in 1938, for example, the News Chronicle editorial teama#39;agreed that Since reaarmament was now a necessity, it would be ananbsp;...
|Title||:||The Roar of the Lion|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2013-08-22|