Winston Churchill Speech Never Give up?


The Never Give Up speech given by Winston Churchill to school students on October 29, 1941, was very short. He was asked how a person can be successful. He replied that the pessimist sees the problems in every opportunity. Where as the optimist sees the opportunity in every problem. He also stated that people should never give in, never give in, never; no matter what Even with matters great or small or large and petty. People should never give in except to convictions of honor and good sense.
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You are referring to one of three speeches made by Mr Churchill to the British House of Commons during the Battle of France, a speech that is given a variety of monikers such as &
The speech was given on October 29, 1941,
Churchill delivered this speech to the students of Harrow School (of which he was a former pupil) which is situated in Harrow on the Hill just on the northern borders of London. Technically
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