PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, History
Near the end of the film, Halifax is depicted as saying that Churchill "mobilized the English language and sent it into battle." Although having Halifax utter the phrase can be excused on grounds of "dramatic license," the quote actually originates ... ...
There is no doubt that if we falter at all in the leading of the nation we should all be hurled out of office.
Churchill's 'never surrender' speech' was given to Parliament on June 4, 1940, after the success of the Dunkirk evacuation. The film has it given at the end of May, 1940.
English, French, German
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