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CSPAN
Nov 9, 2016 10:08pm EST
me begin. it's january 1952. king george the 6th has just died and winston church who glifrs his last great public announcing that that knews and of course acclaiming george the sixth successor. the king worked with when it came, it came as a friend and acquaintance who recognized and did not fear. and after long day in the sweet good night to those who loved him best. he fell asleep as every man or woman who fears god and nothing else in the world hopes to do. he ended as followed, in your unchallenged tranquil glow of the victorian era. god save the queen. well, there was church hill of his most eloquently devoted in his attitude towards the british, as epitomized in his late imagine industry -- majesty, george 6. and indeed according to clemency. winston was the only surviving leader, kings and he took great pride and delight in being number one. who valued tradition form and ceremony. the public life which span more than half a century from the mid 1890s to mid 1950s. it was a cade of kings and queens koir nations and lube lees. by the end of his career, church hill have been a me
CSPAN
Nov 12, 2016 12:00pm EST
for not having said that. let it begin come its january january 1952. king george vi has just died and winston churchill delivers his last great public broadcast, announcing that news and, of course, a cleaning george the sixth successive. in the past six weeks churchill said the king walked with the death but when death came, it came as a friend, an acquaintance whom he recognized and did not fear. and after a long days sweet goodnight to those who love them best, he fell asleep as every man or woman who fears god and nothing else in the world may hope to do. and he ended as follows. i whose youth was not shared and i passed unchallenged drink will blow of the victorian era may well feel and invoking once more the prayer and in some, god save the queen. there was the most eloquently devoted in its attitude towards the british monarchy as epitomized in his late majesty's george the sixth and her new majesty when elizabeth ii. indeed, according to -- winston was the only surviving believer in the divine right of kings and he took great pride and delight, mrs. clementines words, anything
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