This category is for speeches.
For a parallel list of speeches on Wikisource, see Portal:Speeches.
This category has the following 26 subcategories, out of 26 total.
- ► Military speeches (6 P)
- ► Unsourced speeches (empty)
- ► Valedictories (3 P)
- ► World War I speeches (7 P)
Pages in category "Speeches"
The following 114 pages are in this category, out of 114 total.
- A Place in the Sun
- Achievements of the Democratic Party
- Address at the First Zionist Congress
- Essays and Addresses/An Address Delivered at the Mason College
- An address delivered before the senior class in Divinity College, Cambridge
- Address to the United Nations General Assembly (Bachelet, 2006-09-20)
- Address to the United Nations General Assembly (Chávez, 2006-09-20)
- Address to the United Nations General Assembly (Rajapaksa, 2006-09-20)
- The Afghan War (Hardy)
- America's Accomplishments
- America's Choice and Opportunity
- American Rights
- The American Scholar
- The American Soldier
- Americanism (Harding)
- Anglo African writers
- An Association of Nations
- At the Front
- The Australian Commonwealth and her relation to the British Empire
- Karzai's acceptance speech after winning the Indira Gandhi prize
- Karzai's address to Canadian Parliament
- Karzai's statement at the Second Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan
- Karzai's statement at Tokyo Conference
- Karzai's statement in Dushanbe
- The King of Terrors
- Kosovo is Serbia
- Safeguard America!
- Save America
- Scientific American/Tribute of Respect to the New Postmaster General
- Secretary-General, addressing university students in Beijing urges commitment to UN Millennium Development goals
- Slavery, Blacks, and the priesthood
- Speech by Fitzhugh Lee
- Speech on Partial Suffrage (Kentucky Constitutional Convention, December 12, 1890)
- Speech on the Meeting of the Prussian Diet
- Speech on the Opening of the Reichstag
- Speech to Naval Recruits
- Speech to St Augustine
- Statement by Karzai at the 61st Session of the United Nations General Assembly
- Historical Lectures and Addresses/The Study of a Country
- Summons to Duty