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Churchill and America
By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
Churchill took criticisms of his Fulton speech calmly, and never backed off. He knew he’d been right & within three years he was vindicated.
Tags: Berlin Airlift, Christopher Soames, Edvard Beneš, Enver Hoxha, Fulton Speech, George F. Kennan, Harry Truman, Joseph Stalin, Lewis H. Brown, Mary SOames, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Mátyás Rákosi, NATO, Pravda, Robert Rhodes James, Winston S. Churchill,
By PAUL K. ALKON and THE CHURCHILL PROJECT
Churchill’s political imagination allowed him to portray the implausibility of reality: a crucially different turn of history at Gettysburg.
Tags: Abraham Lincoln, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, Arthur Balfour, Battle of Gettysburg, Benjamin Disraeli, Czar Nicholas II, Emperor Franz Joseph, First World War, Geroge Pickett, Jan Bloch, Jeb Stuart, Jefferson Davis, Kaiser Wilhelm II, Paul K. Alkon, Robert E. Lee, Scribner’s Magazine, Shelby Foote, Theodore Roosevelt, William Edwart Gladstone, Winston S. Churchill, woodrow wilson,
By THE CHURCHILL PROJECT
I found a quotation which is attributed to Churchill: “Beware the sleeping dragon. For when she awakes, the Earth will shake.” This quote is often used in blogs and news stories; however, I cannot find its source. Was this in fact from Churchill?