Winston Churchill speaks at BBC Broadcasting House and reviews the progress of the war.
ENGLAND: London: Broadcasting House:
Long view Winston Churchill smoking cigar & J.C. Clark into studio. CU silent pose shot of Churchill seated at table. Long view, semi view, Semi CU & CU of Churchill talking..seated at table.
Churchill says that all the horrid threats made by the Nazis have not been put into force because Gen. Goering says that they are too humane, but goes on to say that they were not so humane in their treatment of the weak.
He says that he does not know whether the frenzy of a cornered maniac will drive Hitler to the greatest of his crimes but it may be that having marched thru' the fire we shall pave the way to a broader solidarity.
Silent pose shots of Churchill...Long, semi CU, semi view & long view of Churchill seated at desk.
Personalities - Politicians; World War II Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (1874-1965), Great Britain
Background: Winston Churchill speaks at BBC Broadcasting House and reviews the progress of the war.