Churchill's First Radio Address as Prime Minister

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First Radio Address as Prime Minister  (1940) 
by Winston Churchill
First broadcast by the BBC on 10 May 1940.

Having received His Majesty's commission I have formed an administration of men and women of every party and of almost every point of view. We have differed and quarreled in the past, but now one bond unites us all: to wage war until victory is won, and never to surrender ourselves to servitude and shame, whatever the cost and the agony may be.

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