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  1. Winston Churchill detailed urgency
  2. Winston Churchill foreshadowed the future
  3. Winston Churchill made a call to action

Messages and intent are often tough to convey through words. Despite the issues some face when pairing words, there are a few gifted individuals that illustrate their point flawlessly through words. Winston Churchill provides an example through his written and spoken words. His most memorable speech, ?Their Finest Hour,? may be used as an example. Winston Churchill detailed urgency, foreshadowed the future, and made a call to action that made ?Their Finest Hour? a timeless speech.

[...] Winston Churchill provides an example through his written and spoken words. His most memorable speech, ?Their Finest may be used as an example. Winston Churchill detailed urgency, foreshadowed the future, and made a call to action that made ?Their Finest Hour? a timeless speech. Churchill's most effective strategy in speech was detailing urgency. This is evident throughout ?Their Finest Hour.? Any battle maintains a certain firmness. However, Winston Churchill managed to amplify the magnitude of the battle they faced. He described it as a fight that could possibly alter the ?survival of Christian civilization? in both Britain and the United States. [...]


[...] Churchill ended with the statement, us therefore brace ourselves to our duties, and so bear ourselves that if the British empire and its Commonwealth last for a thousand years, men will still say, ?This was their finest hour' With these words Churchill let the audience know to be prepared for either possible outcome. Nevertheless, he favored victory, and the final sentence prepared the audience for that especially. In conclusion, ?Their Finest Hour? was an everlasting speech because the approach Winston Churchill used. He made the audience aware of the urgency. Churchill made it a point to foretell the future events. The most important aspect of the speech was the final call to action that prepared the audience for the outcome. Works Cited Churchill, Winston. Their finest hour. Vol Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1986. [...]

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