Military Conflicts by the Speech Resource Company audiobook

Military Conflicts

By the Speech Resource Company
Introductions by Robert Wikstrom

The Speech Resource Company, Inc., Blackstone Publishing

The Historic Moments in Speech Series

10.51 Hours 1
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Speeches given during military conflicts made by world leaders, politicians, protesters, and military leaders. Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain’s declaration of war entering Great Britain into World War II, the famous “Infamy” speech given to Congress by President Roosevelt the day after Japan launched a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, and featuring speeches about the conflicts in Korea, Vietnam, the Bay of Pigs, Lebanon, Grenada, Panama, the Gulf War, and the War on Terror. Produced by the Speech Resource Company and fully narrated by Robert Wikstrom. Neville Chamberlain – Declaration of War Winston Churchill – First 10 Weeks of the War Winston Churchill – “Their Finest Hour” Winston Churchill – “So Few” Franklin Delano Roosevelt – Four Freedoms Charles Lindbergh – Isolationism Franklin Delano Roosevelt – “A Day of Infamy” Winston Churchill – US Enters the War Winston Churchill – Joint Session of Congress Admiral Chester Nimitz – Address to Navy Fleet Franklin Delano Roosevelt – Collapse of Italy General Eisenhower & FDR – D-Day Speeches General Douglas MacArthur – Philippines Winston Churchill – Thanksgiving Address Franklin Delano Roosevelt – Fourth Inauguration Franklin Delano Roosevelt – Yalta Conference Winston Churchill, Harry Truman & General Patton – Victory in Europe Harry Truman – Bombing of Hiroshima Harry Truman – Victory in Japan Charles DeGaulle – Thank You, America Harry Truman – Korea General MacArthur – “Old Soldiers” Dwight D. Eisenhower – Armistice in Korea John F. Kennedy – “Bay of Pigs” John F. Kennedy – Vietnam John F. Kennedy – Cuba Missile Crisis Lyndon Baines Johnson – Gulf of Tonkin Incident Norman Mailer – “Hot Damn,Vietnam” Lyndon Baines Johnson – American Policy in SE Asia Martin Luther King, Jr. – Vietnam Muhammad Ali – Vietnam Robert F. Kennedy – Peace in Vietnam Richard Nixon – Vietnam Update John Kerry – Vietnam Address to Congress Jane Fonda – Protesting Vietnam Richard Nixon – End of the War Gerald Ford – Amnesty Jimmy Carter – Iranian Hostage Crisis Jimmy Carter – Iranian Hostages Released Ronald Reagan – Iranian Hostages Coming Home Ronald Reagan – Lebanon & Grenada Conflicts George H. W. Bush – Panama Conflict George H. W. Bush – Gulf War George H. W. Bush – End of the Gulf War Bill Clinton – Attack on Iraq George W. Bush – 9/11 Attack George W. Bush – 9/11 Bullhorn Address George W. Bush – Declares War on Afghanistan George W. Bush – War in Iraq Barack Obama – Ending the War in Iraq Barack Obama – Death of Osama Bin Laden Barack Obama – Destroying ISIS Donald Trump – Support for the Military

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Speeches given during military conflicts made by world leaders, politicians, protesters, and military leaders. Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain’s declaration of war entering Great Britain into World War II, the famous “Infamy” speech given to Congress by President Roosevelt the day after Japan launched a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, and featuring speeches about the conflicts in Korea, Vietnam, the Bay of Pigs, Lebanon, Grenada, Panama, the Gulf War, and the War on Terror. Produced by the Speech Resource Company and fully narrated by Robert Wikstrom.

  1. Neville Chamberlain – Declaration of War
  2. Winston Churchill – First 10 Weeks of the War
  3. Winston Churchill – “Their Finest Hour”
  4. Winston Churchill – “So Few”
  5. Franklin Delano Roosevelt – Four Freedoms
  6. Charles Lindbergh – Isolationism
  7. Franklin Delano Roosevelt – “A Day of Infamy”
  8. Winston Churchill – US Enters the War
  9. Winston Churchill – Joint Session of Congress
  10. Admiral Chester Nimitz – Address to Navy Fleet
  11. Franklin Delano Roosevelt – Collapse of Italy
  12. General Eisenhower & FDR – D-Day Speeches
  13. General Douglas MacArthur – Philippines
  14. Winston Churchill – Thanksgiving Address
  15. Franklin Delano Roosevelt – Fourth Inauguration
  16. Franklin Delano Roosevelt – Yalta Conference
  17. Winston Churchill, Harry Truman & General Patton – Victory in Europe
  18. Harry Truman – Bombing of Hiroshima
  19. Harry Truman – Victory in Japan
  20. Charles DeGaulle – Thank You, America
  21. Harry Truman – Korea
  22. General MacArthur – “Old Soldiers”
  23. Dwight D. Eisenhower – Armistice in Korea
  24. John F. Kennedy – “Bay of Pigs”
  25. John F. Kennedy – Vietnam
  26. John F. Kennedy – Cuba Missile Crisis
  27. Lyndon Baines Johnson – Gulf of Tonkin Incident
  28. Norman Mailer – “Hot Damn,Vietnam”
  29. Lyndon Baines Johnson – American Policy in SE Asia
  30. Martin Luther King, Jr. – Vietnam
  31. Muhammad Ali – Vietnam
  32. Robert F. Kennedy – Peace in Vietnam
  33. Richard Nixon – Vietnam Update
  34. John Kerry – Vietnam Address to Congress
  35. Jane Fonda – Protesting Vietnam
  36. Richard Nixon – End of the War
  37. Gerald Ford – Amnesty
  38. Jimmy Carter – Iranian Hostage Crisis
  39. Jimmy Carter – Iranian Hostages Released
  40. Ronald Reagan – Iranian Hostages Coming Home
  41. Ronald Reagan – Lebanon & Grenada Conflicts
  42. George H. W. Bush – Panama Conflict
  43. George H. W. Bush – Gulf War
  44. George H. W. Bush – End of the Gulf War
  45. Bill Clinton – Attack on Iraq
  46. George W. Bush – 9/11 Attack
  47. George W. Bush – 9/11 Bullhorn Address
  48. George W. Bush – Declares War on Afghanistan
  49. George W. Bush – War in Iraq
  50. Barack Obama – Ending the War in Iraq
  51. Barack Obama – Death of Osama Bin Laden
  52. Barack Obama – Destroying ISIS
  53. Donald Trump – Support for the Military

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Available Formats : CD, MP3 CD
Category: Nonfiction/History
Runtime: 10.51
Audience: Adult
Language: English