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Churchill In His Own Voice LP Record Album Set MP3, DVD, Download, USB

Churchill In His Own Voice LP Record Album Set MP3, DVD, Download, USB
Churchill In His Own Voice LP Record Album Set MP3, DVD, Download, USB
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"Churchill In His Own Voice And The Voices Of His Contemporaries Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, Neville Chamberlain, King George VI, Eleanor Roosevelt, General George Patton And Others And Selections Of His Writings Read By Laurence Olivier And John Gielgud" - The 1965 Memorial Double Album 33 1/3 Vinyl Record Release Presented As An Archival Quality MP3 CD, MP3 Audio Download Or USB Flash Drive! #ChurchillInHisOwnVoice #WinstonChurchill #FranklinDRoosevelt #FDR #HarrySTruman #DwightDEisenhower #NevilleChamberlain #KingGeorgeVI #EleanorRoosevelt #GeorgeSPatton #LaurenceOlivier #JohnGielgud #Statesman #PrimeMinisterOfTheUnitedKingdom #PrimeMinisterOfTheUK #Authors #Historians #Artists #Painters #BloodTearsToilSweat #SpencerFamily #HouseOfSpencer #DukeOfMarlborough #FirstLordOfTheAdmiralty #WorldWarII #WWII #WW2 #WorldWarTwo #WorldWar2 #SecondWorldWar #SecondEuropeanWar #EuropeanCivilWar #SpokenWordAlbums #MP3 #CD #AudioDownload #USBFlashDrive



Churchill, From His Memoirs, Writing Of His Boyhood, His Mother And Father, And His Days At Harrow (Read By Laurence Olivier)

German Crowd Raising Their Voices In "Heil Hitler!" And "Deutschland Uber Alles".

Churchill, A Warning On Poland, 1937 (Read By Laurence Olivier)

Hitler, Military Conference, August 22, 1939 (Read By Tonio Selwart)

Churchill, An Early Warning, October 16, 1938

Churchill, Comments After A Hitler Speech, April 28th, 1939

Churchill, Holiday Time, August 8, 1939

Chamberlain, The Declaration Of War, September 9, 1939

Churchill, The First Month Of The War, October 1, 1939

Churchill, Scuttling Of The Graf Spee, December 18, 1939

Churchill, The State Of The War, January 20, 1940

Churchill, The Coming Of Spring, March 30, 1940


Chamberlain, Resignation, May 10, 1940

Churchill, From The Memoirs, May 10, 1940 (Read By Laurence Olivier)

Churchill, Address To Commons As Prime Minister, May 13, 1940

Churchill, First Speech To The Nation As Prime Minister, April 19, 1940

Churchill, Dunkirk, June 18, 1940

Churchill, Stricken France, July 14, 1940

Hitler, From The Reichstag, July 19, 1940 (Read By Tonio Selwart)

Churchill, On The Air Attacks, September 11, 1940

The German High Command, Top Secret Memorandum, September 14, 1940 (Read By Tonio Selwart)

Churchill, Appeal To The French, October 21, 1940

Churchill, Advising The Nation That The United States Would Be Supplying The War Effort, February 9, 1941

Churchill, After Visiting The Heavily-Bombed Areas Of England, April 7, 1941

Hitler, From The Reichstag, May 4, 1941 (Read By Tonio Selwart)

Churchill, The German Attack On Russia, June 22, 1941

Churchill, The Meeting With Roosevelt, August 24, 1941

Side Three: Roosevelt, The Declaration Of War, December 8, 1941

Churchill, Address To Congress, December 26, 1941

Churchill, Address To Canadian Parliament, December 30, 1941

Churchill, The Fall Of Singapore, February 15, 1942

Goebbels, After A Churchill Speech In The Winter Of 1942 (Read By Tonio Selwart)

Churchill, The Russian Winter, May 10, 1942

Churchill, The End Of The Beginning, November 10, 1942

Churchill, The Victory At Alamein, November 29, 1942

Churchill, Address To Congress, May 19, 1943

Churchill, The Collapse Of Italy, August 31, 1943

Churchill, The London Guildhall Banquet Address, November 9, 1943

King George VI, Message To The Troops, June 6, 1944

Side Four: Eisenhower, D-Day, June 6, 1944

Churchill, The Fruits Of 1944, November 9, 1944

Churchill, Thanksgiving Day, November 23, 1944

V-E Day, May 8, 1945, Truman

V-E Day, May 8, 1945, Eleanor Roosevelt

V-E Day, May 8, 1945, Patton

V-E Day, May 8, 1945, Eisenhower

V-E Day, May 8, 1945, Churchill

V-E Day, May 8, 1945, The Cheers And Bells Of The People Of Rejoicing London

Churchill, Agreeing To Submit His Name Once Again For The Goal Of Prime Minister, February 17, 1950

Churchill, On The Death Of Queen Mary, March 26, 1953

Churchill Accepting America's Honorary Citizenship, An Honor Shared Only With Lafayette (Read By John Gielgud)

President Kennedy, Proclaiming Churchill An Honorary Citizen Of The United States, April 9, 1963

The State Funeral Of Winston Churchill, St. Paul's Cathedral, London, January 30, 1965

Churchill (Read By Laurence Olivier)

Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, KG, OM, CH, TD, PCc, DL, FRS, RA was a British statesman, army officer, artist, painter, historian and writer (November 30, 1874 - January 24, 1965) was born in Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, England. He served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955. As a Member of Parliament (MP), he represented five constituencies over the course of his career. As Prime Minister, Churchill led Britain to victory during the Second World War. He led the Conservative Party for fifteen years from 1940 to 1955. Churchill was #born into an aristocratic family, the son of an English politician and American socialite. Joining the British Army, he saw action in British India, the Anglo-Sudan War, and the Second Boer War, gaining fame as a war correspondent and writing books about his campaigns. Moving into politics, before the First World War, he served as President of the Board of Trade, Home Secretary, and First Lord of the Admiralty as part of Asquith's Liberal government. During the war, Churchill departed from government following the disastrous Gallipoli Campaign. He briefly resumed active army service on the Western Front as a battalion commander in the Royal Scots Fusiliers. He returned to government under Lloyd George as Minister of Munitions, Secretary of State for War, Secretary of State for Air, then Secretary of State for the Colonies. After two years out of Parliament, he served as Chancellor of the Exchequer in Baldwin's Conservative government of 1924-1929, controversially returning the pound sterling in 1925 to the gold standard at its pre-war parity, a move widely seen as creating deflationary pressure on the UK economy. Out of office during the 1930s, Churchill took the lead in warning about Nazi Germany and in campaigning for rearmament. At the outbreak of the Second World War, he was again appointed First Lord of the Admiralty. Following Neville Chamberlain's resignation in May 1940, Churchill became Prime Minister. His speeches and radio broadcasts helped inspire British resistance, especially during the difficult days of 1940-41 when the British Commonwealth and Empire stood almost alone in its active opposition to Adolf Hitler. He led Britain as Prime Minister until after the German surrender in 1945. After the Conservative Party's defeat in the 1945 general election, he became Leader of the Opposition to the Labour Government. He publicly warned of an "Iron Curtain" of Soviet influence in Europe and promoted European unity. He was re-elected Prime Minister in the 1951 election. His second term was preoccupied by foreign affairs, including the Malayan Emergency, Mau Mau Uprising, Korean War, and a UK-backed Iranian coup. Domestically his government laid great emphasis on house-building. Churchill suffered a serious stroke in 1953 and retired as Prime Minister in 1955, although he remained an MP until 1964. He died of a stroke at the age of 90 in Kensington, London, England on the seventieth anniversary of his father's death. He was given a state funeral six days later on 30 January, the first for a non-royal person since Lord Carson in 1935. He was given a state funeral six days later on January 30, , the first for a non-royal person since Lord Carson in 1935. Planning for Churchill's funeral had begun in 1953 under the code-name of "Operation Hope Not" and a detailed plan had been produced by 1958. His coffin lay in state at Westminster Hall for three days and the funeral ceremony was at St Paul's Cathedral. Afterwards, the coffin was taken by boat along the River Thames to Waterloo Station and from there by a special train to the family plot at St Martin's Church, Bladon, near his birthplace at Blenheim Palace. Churchill was an accomplished artist and took great pleasure in painting; he was so successful as a painter that had he only painted, he still would have attained fame as a financially and professionally successful artist. Named the Greatest Briton of all time in a 2002 poll, Churchill is among the most influential people in British history, consistently ranking well in opinion polls of Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom. As a writer, he won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1953 for his overall, lifetime body of work. His highly complex legacy continues to stimulate intense debate amongst writers and historians.