Leader's speech, London 1945
Winston Churchill (Conservative)
This conference was Churchill’s last as Prime Minister. At the time of this Conference, World War II was in its last months, and Churchill argued that Britain needed to conclude the war against Japan with the help of US forces. He also discussed the government’s post-war reconstruction strategy, at the heart of which was a Four-year Plan to address the housing shortage, and policies to boost Britain’s food production.
Owing to a copyright issue this speech has been removed.