Everybody could understand every word spoken by Winston Churchill in a speech to the House of Commons and the world last week. In the great manner of a great reporter, orator and historian, Churchill told the Allied peoples much that they had not known before about their war. He also told them exactly what he thought they were fighting for, exactly what they were not fighting for.

No other leader had done just this for the Allied cause.

War to Win. Of the war, its objectives and its necessities, Winston Churchill said:

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