James Miller, Celebrated War Correspondant of WW1 and WW2
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Yesterday, January 8th, 1940, the craziest thing happened! Rationing had begun in Britain, meaning all of the British had a food limit to a certain amount of food.
Winston Churchill, became Prime Minister and has served the British empire from 1940 up until now as the most significant leader in the British empire.
Commanding the British army, who then, under his command, has gotten all of the allied powers to the point of almost defeating Hitler and Nazi Germany
Born in a room in a palace named Blenheim palace on the 30th of November, 1874, was born into a wealthy family of aristocrats With his father being a politician who held many high offices in the British government.
Winston Churchill's entire career has prepared him for how to lead a war and more importantly, how to win one.
The German invasion of countries in Europe came swiftly and hit harder than a high-caliber armor-piercing bullet. Neville Chamberlain quickly resigned and offered the place of prime minister to Lord Halifax, who declined knowing that Winston Churchill would be more fit for the position, knowing that he would strive for the downfall of Adolf Hitler.
Winston Churchill became Prime Minister in 1940 taking over from Neville Chamberlain and is still leading Great Britain up until now as the most important leader in this war.
So far in the of the war, Winston Churchill's leadership has helped Britain to stand strong against Hitler and the Germans, even right now, he is helping us even though we are the last country fighting.
His rousing speeches are captivating and motivating millions even when we are in the stage where hundreds are dying every day from enemy fire in Normandy. "We must be very careful not to assign to this deliverance the attributes of a victory. Wars are not won by evacuations."
We had an interview with Winston Churchill himself which is documented in the section below this sentence
"So, what is your motivation?"
"My motivation is the thought that if we lose Hitler will rule with the plans to extinguish our country and shame us as well in the process."
"What is your goal in this movement to end the war?"
"The goal of all of this is to try and win the war and hope that no one in the future has to endure the things that are happening right now."
Neville Chamberlain, was Prime Minister from 1937 to 1940 ruling over England was important for involving in the attempt at appeasement for Nazi Germany, hoping that Hitler wouldn't break the fragile terms and start a new war that many people hoped would be swift and that the Germans would face an easy defeat.
Neville Chamberlain became Prime Minister in 1937, taking over from a retired Stanley Baldwin. He later stepped down from power in 1940, making way for Winston Churchill who is the current Prime Minister.
Neville Chamberlain's attempt at appeasement was overlooked to be useless since almost everyone including many important people such as Winston Churchill expected Hitler will break the terms of the appeasement and start war, one that many people hoped would be a short and ineffective war that wouldn't take many lives.
He got blamed as the Prime Minister since he was less concerned on the situation, unlike Winston Churchill and many other people like him were more critical on the situation and thought that it would be very likely that Hitler the break the terms of the treaty and start a war.
Neville Chamberlain, who was the Prime Minister at the beginning of the war, claimed that he was able to create a treaty with Adolf Hitler, however, at the beginning of the war, when Hitler and his army attacked Poland, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Norway and France, he received most of the blame and was then hated for the rest of his leadership over Britain.
The interview with Neville Chamberlain went smoothly, going like this:
"So, Neville Chamberlain, what were you trying to achieve with the appeasement?"
"Well, all I was trying to achieve was an agreement with Adolf Hitler so that there wouldn't be another serious war breakout which would then kill millions, but the detail that I never could've expected was that Hitler would break the terms of fragile peace and start a new and deadlier war."
Causes of WWII
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Militarism is the belief of a government or people that a country should maintain a strong military and be prepared to use it aggressively to defend or promote national interests.
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The League of Nations has its originsin the Fourteen Points speech of President of Britain that time Woodrow Wilson, part of a presentation given in January 1918 outlining of his ideas for peace after the killing of a big number of people on World War 1.
In my section of this newpaper, I will compare the three leaders to find the most important and significant person among Winston Churchill, Bernard Montgomery and Neville Chamberlain
Summerized, Winston Churchill has helped Britain regain glory from the mistakes of Neville Chamberlain, and continued to drive us into victory throughout the war and has driven us to victory.
Neville chamberlain shamed Britain by hiding like a coward when the war began, hoping that it would return to peace.
Bernar Montgomery is a war general who has led nothing other than successful attacks, including the one in Normandy, which will hopefully end the war..
Bernard Montgomery, current general and commander of the movement on the beaches of Normandy, has been a significant war hero serving Britain, who started his career in 1914, and is still in the military right now, leading only the most successful battles in the war so far, we all hope that his latest raid will be successful, as it could end the war.
British commander during the western Desert Campaign of the Second World War, Montgomery commanded the British Eighth Army from August 1942, through the second battle of El Alamein and on to the final allied victory in Tunisia in May 1943.
He subsequently Commanded the British Eighth Army during the allied invasion if Sicily and the allied invasion of Italy and was in command of all allied ground forces during the Battle of Normandy, from D-Day from the 6th of June up until now.
Our interview with Bernard Montgomery is documented here:
"So, Bernard Montgomery, what is the biggest struggle in the war that you have met?"
"Well, the biggest struggle I have met in the war is probably the battle on Normandy since it decides the fate of entire war, because if we lose this battle, The Germans might push us up to the shores of Great Britain, where they might turn the tables and win this war, but if we win, we will free Europe from Hitler's evil grasp where then, we can prosper."