Winston Churchill gives a speech to the House of Commons that describes the Dunkirk evacuation and warns of a possible invasion attempt by the Nazis. The speech also prepared the British citizens for France's falling out of the war without in any way releasing France to do so. Churchill instills in the British people the idea that they will eventually be victorious in the war.
Winston Churchill addresses the House of Commons with an inspirational speech in which he expresses confidence in winning the war against the Nazis. Churchill uses not only eloquent words but also strong body language to boost the morale of the British people.