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"bill hubbard" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"bill hubbard" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me tell you a little bit about our guest Andrew Roberts. His book is called Churchill walking with destiny. Dr Andrew Roberts has a PHD from Cambridge University a visiting professor at the war. Studies department of King's College in London, the Lehrman institute distinguished lecturer at the New York historical society, author of thirteen plus books is a trustee of the international Churchill society the Margaret Thatcher archive trust in the national portrait gallery. Andrew the clip that I played pretty remarkable speech during those days, wasn't it. You know, it's still has the capacity to make my spine tingling as words, it's never failed to have a physical effect told me when I had them. Do. We have statesman like Churchill and Roosevelt during that era. Do we have them around anymore? We really put some we're lucky in a sense because we haven't got a World War. Winston Churchill would not have become prime minister had there not been a global catastrophe on the whole World War. He was why wildly and widely mistrusted by the conservative party during the nineteen sixties, even though he was the person who got it right about that open, the Nazis when they were getting it wrong and say actually, one of the things is that the time makes the mind, and it certainly did in this case was he loved in England during his time period. Oh, absolutely worshipped. He. One hundred percents approval ratings pretty much throughout the whole of the period from nineteen forty two thousand nine hundred forty five which is Nick stunning things never been seen before. Or since by any British Prime minister, Andrew you've been writing about Churchill for more than thirty years. What was it that caught your your interest? Oh, well, he's just the giant his Nathan. He's great. Somebody who has really dominated the fifty years since he died, which is pretty impressive for any statesman and say he's been in the presence of my life ready. You're the Churchill movie, I think that came out recently has got a lot of people at least interested in Churchill and knowledgeable about him. Most people who weren't born until well after World War Two probably don't even know who he was. Well, I was eighteen years after World War Two, and I love that movie. It I Gary opens that process aches and exact thing in the way. He cooled Winston Churchill swing clean is. I was that was ready sleeper. Very impressive performance. But we know who he was because he was in many ways because who. Yeah. Katz? Hit bay. Until the until hitting invaded Russia, and then also it's schools because in the United States was he able to get the United States involved in the war. He tried to Naper. Of course, ultimately that wasn't internal decision of yours. And also, it it takes the Japanese type Bill Hubbard schools to say, I don't let's declare war on America food as late, and that's what propelled the United stations. But you will be extremely helpful before that we've giving us a quarter of a million rifles, for example, and the school is fifty destroyers and lots of money came in very soon oft with with Lend Lease. So it wasn't as you will entirely on in both how devastated Andrew was London during World War Two. I mean, a lot of people might not be aware. But the Nazis bombed the heck HANA London. Didn't they sure did? Yes. Absolutely. They bombed every single day. Day for a hundred and fifty days, they kill fifty thousand people in this country with that aerial bombardment a huge areas waves of central London Medeva stated in flashing at east end where the dogs were with chest goes the Lesotho was trying to hit would devastate you too. And it was it was really nice, remarkable, courage. Is that Londoners that we didn't break come and buckle under the under the stress in Russia. Did you find anything surprising when you were putting the biography Churchill walking with destiny together? Oh, yes. Lots of things. And I was very fortunate that Sam majesty to clean allows me to be the first show bioch- should be able to use. Her father's diaries and King George the six Mets Churchill every Tuesday. It's the second mobile and breakdown what Churchill Churchill trusted him with all the great secrets of the second mobile the trust. He quit seek. Chris nuclear secrets, and so on and grand strategy and say say, there's been extraordinarily helpful the kings dire is one of the things that they do and makes clear is how frustrated shuttle was that. The Americans were not getting more involved. The race house administration isn't didn't sort of declare war on Hitler because he sold. Second is a great wolf. Civilization and democracy. And he was very ever tasted ready to some that he won't getting more involved than US. We got pulled into the war, of course. So with the Japanese December seventh nineteen forty one. What was it that got us involved with helping Britain against Germany? Well, firstly. It was Adolf Hitler declaring war on you on the eleventh of December nineteenth you say four days later, but even then the the people at the Pentagon knows the war department is it was time they had already planned to Germany first policy. That's the words given to the name given to the overall strategic plan if the United States, which was to take out stronger, if the fastest powers, I Nazi Germany before then turning on the power that actually it's schools in the Pacific, which was imperial Japan entry Churchill was the prime minister. During the war. And then he was out in any came back. Again, what got him back in? Well, the the socialist government from nineteen forty five to fifty one. Did all sorts of things went picky popular with the British people mass nationalization imposition of a very extensive welfare states and so on and so by nineteen fifty one the country was that was pretty poor. And there was a long period of austerity people still had rationing, and and they were sick and tired of this. And when Winston Churchill often more sort of fast free market solution. I'm people dated for it was he a war planner was very good at that. Or did he leave that to his military? No, he was very good plan of he used to have great rows with the military. They would the Chiesa stuff would stay up so three o'clock in the morning nine tonight, arguing within about west pack and wins with which countries. And so on. I'm so the actual grand strategy that we adopted because the results of a sort of creative tension.

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"bill hubbard" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"bill hubbard" Discussed on KGO 810

"Ten. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me tell you a little bit about our guest Andrew Roberts. His book is called Churchill walking with destiny. Dr Andrew Roberts has a PHD from Cambridge University a visiting professor at the war. Studies department of King's College in London, the Lehrman institute distinguished lecturer at the New York historical society, author of thirteen plus books is a trustee of the international Churchill society the Margaret Thatcher archive trust and the national portrait gallery. Andrew the clip that I played pretty remarkable speech during those days, wasn't it. You know, it's still has the capacity to make my spine. Tingle those words it it's never failed to have a physical effect on me when I had them. Do. We have statesman like Churchill and Roosevelt during that era. Do we have them around anymore? We really put some we're lucky in a sense because we haven't got a World War. Winston Churchill would not have become prime minister had there not been a a global catastrophe. Whole World War. He was why wildly and widely mistrusted by the conservative during the nineteen sixties even though he was I mean, put it right about that. Okay. When they were getting it wrong. And actually one of the things is that the time makes the mind, and it certainly did in this case was he loved in England during his time period. Oh, absolutely you. He he won ninety percents approval ratings pretty much throughout the whole of the period from nineteen forty to nineteen forty five which is Nick stunning things never been seen before all sins by any British Prime minister, Andrew you've been writing about Churchill for more than thirty years. What was it that caught your interest? Well, he's just the giants isn't he he's a great piece. Not somebody who has really dominated the fifty years since he died, which is pretty impressive for any safe and say he's been in Napa presence also at my life ready. You the the Churchill movie, I think that came out recently has got a lot of people at least interested in Churchill and knowledgeable about him. Most people who weren't born until well after World War Two probably don't even know who he was. Well, I was eighteen years. The we'll tell you, and I love that movie. It I feel Gary Oldman perspective, and he's acting in the way he cou Winston Churchill Sinclair news. I was was ready CPA and very impressive performance. But we know who he was because he was in many ways because year. Every. Yeah. Kicked hit bay until the I feel Hitler invaded Russia. And then also in the United States was he able to get the United States involved in the war. He tried to me. Of course, ultimately that wasn't internal decision of yours. And also, it did take the Japanese type Bill Hubbard schools do say, I don't fit let's declare war on America's four days later. And that's what propelled Abby nice stations will. But you were being extremely helpful before giving us a quarter of a million rifles at for example. Destroyers fifty destroyers and lots of some of that money came in very suit off with this Lend Lease so it wasn't as though you will entirely on in both how devastated Andrew was London during World War Two. I mean, a lot of people might not be aware. But the Nazis bombed the heck out of London. Didn't they they showed it? Yes. Absolutely. They formed every single day for a hundred and thirty days they kill fifty thousand people in this country for with that aerial bombardment, a huge areas swathes to central London were devastated him flashing at east end where the dogs were which has the Lesotho was trying to get would devastate you too. And it was it was really the most remarkable courage is Londoners that we didn't break come to buckle under the under the stress in Russia. Did you find anything surprising when you were putting the biography church? Walking with destiny together. Oh, yes. Lots of things. And I was very fortunate that majesty the Queen allows me to be the first Churchill affect should be able to use a father's diaries and K George the six Mets Churchill every Tuesday at the second mobile and breakdown what Churchill Tolkien Chetrit, trusted him with all the great secrets the second mobile, the ultra secret secrets Kristen UPS secrets and so on and grand strategy. And so. There's been extraordinarily helpful the king's diaries, and one of the things that they do and makes clear is how frustrated Churchill was the Americans were not get more involved with the race outs. Administration isn't couldn't declare war on Hitler. Because he sold them boys. A great wolf. Civilization and democracy, and he was very irritated ready to some that he won't getting more clay skin votes than you. We got pulled into the war, of course, with the Japanese December seventh nineteen forty one. What was it that got us involved with helping Britain against Germany? Well, firstly. It was Adolf Hitler declaring war on you on the eleventh of December nineteen forty one four days later, but even then the the people at the Pentagon or the war department. It was at the time they hit already planned to Germany first policy. That's the words given to the name given to the overall strategic plan is the United States, which was to take out of stone grew the fastest hours. I know see Germany before then turning on the power that actually schools in the Pacific, which was imperial Japan. Andrew Churchill was the prime minister. During the war. And then he was out in he came back. Again, what got him back in? Well, the the socialist government from nineteen forty five to fifty one all sorts of things went Vicky popular with the British people mass nationalization imposition of a very extensive welfare states, and so on and so by nineteen fifty one the country was that was pretty poor in this long period of territory, people still had rationing, and and they were sick inside of it. And when Winston Churchill offered the more sort of free market solution. People voted for it was he a war planner was very good at that. Or the leave that to his military. No, he was very good war plan. He used to have great rows with the military. They would the Chiesa stuff would stay up so fair talk in the morning nights off tonight arguing with him about west with hacking wins with which countries and so on. So the actual grand strategy that we adopted is the result of a sort of creative tension between the Chiesa stuff and Churchill required them to. To have their input very very much. Did no hit back and allow the generals to get on with the war. Where did your travels take? You researching this book? Live with the pace. I went to Cuba, which Chelsea his first shot sided Ango in central Cuba. I went to the place where church across the Rhine in March nineteen forty five. I went to the peninsula where he.

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"bill hubbard" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:16 min | 2 years ago

"bill hubbard" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me tell you a little bit about our guest Andrew Roberts. His book is called Churchill walking with destiny. Dr Andrew Roberts has a PHD from Cambridge University a visiting professor at the war. Studies department of King's College in London, the Lehrman institute distinguished lecturer at the New York. Historical society, author of thirteen books is a trustee of the international Churchill society the Margaret Thatcher archive trust and the national portrait gallery. Andrew the clip that I played pretty remarkable speech during those days, wasn't it. You know, it's still has the capacity to make my spine tingling as words, it's never failed to have a physical effect told me when I had them. Do we have statesman like Churchill and Roosevelt during that era? Do we have them around anymore? We do really, but some we're looking offense because we haven't got a World War. Winston Churchill would not have become prime minister had there not been a global catastrophe on the sort of level World War. He was why wildly and widely mistrusted by the conservative party during the nineteen sixties even though he was the first new put it right about the Nazis when they were getting it wrong and say actually, one of the things is that the time makes the mind, and it certainly did in this case was he loved in England during his time period. Oh, absolutely worshipped. He will he run ninety percents approval ratings pretty much throughout the whole of the period from nineteen forty to nineteen forty five which is an extension never been seen before. Or since by any British Prime minister, Andrew you've been writing about church for more than thirty years. What was it that caught your interest? Oh, well, he's just the giants his teeth. He's great. Somebody who has really dominated. And the fifty years since he died, which is pretty impressive for any statesman. And and say he's been in Napa presence at my life ready. You're the the Churchill movie, I think that came out recently has got a lot of people at least interested in Churchill and knowledgeable about him most people who weren't born until well after World War Two probably don't even know who he was. Well, I was eighteen years after World War Two, and I love that movie. It's Gary open process aches, and he's acting in the way, he Winston Churchill's twinkling is I was that was ready sleeper and very impressive performance. But we know who he was because he was in many ways because who. Yeah. Hit bay until the until Hitler invaded Russia and then also schools because war in the United States was he able to get the United States involved in the war. He tried to Naper. And of course, ultimately that wasn't international decision of yours. And also, it it takes the Japanese type Bill Hubbard schools do say I Hitler declare war on America's food as later. And that's what propels the United States will. But you will be extremely helpful before that with giving us a quarter of a million rifles at for example, and destroy is to destroy is. And lots of that money came in very soon off with with Lend Lease it wasn't as you will entirely uninvolved. How devastated Andrew was London during World War Two. I mean, a lot of people might not be aware. But the Nazis bombed the heck on a London didn't they they should. It is. Yes, absolutely. They bombed every single day through one hundred and thirty days, they kill fifty thousand people in this country with that aerial bombardment a huge areas waves the central London with devastation flashing at east end where the dogs were with chest goes the Lesotho was trying to hit would devastate you too. And it was it was really most remarkable courage is that as Londoners that we didn't break come and buckle under the under the stress and the pressure. Did you find anything surprising when you were putting the biography Churchill walking with destiny together? Oh, yes. Lots of things. And I was very fortunate that then imagine Steve McQueen allows me to be the first Churchill biographer to be able to use. Her father's diaries and King George the six Mets Churchill every Tuesday at the second mobile and breakdown down what Churchill Churchill trusting with all the great secrets. The second mobile the outset he quit see Kristen UPS secrets and so on and grand strategy. And so say, there's been extraordinarily helpful the kings dire is one of the things that they do. And makes clear is how frustrated words that the Americans were not getting more involved. The race house administration isn't didn't declare war on Hitler because he sold the second. World War is a great wolf. Civilization and democracy. And he was very it tasted ready to that. He won't getting more involved than US. We got pulled into the war. Of course. So with the Japanese December seventh nineteen forty one. What was it that got us involved with helping Britain against Germany? Well, firstly. It was Adolf Hitler declaring war on you on the eleventh of December nineteen forty one say four days later, but even then the the people that depends again, those department is it was time they had already planned to Germany first policy. That's the words given to the name given to the overall strategic plan if the United States, which was to take out the stronger of the fascist powers. I know see Germany before then turning on the power that actually it's schools in the Pacific, which was interior Japan entry Churchill was the prime minister. During the war. And then he was out. And then he came back again what got him back in. Well, the the socialist government from nineteen forty five to fifty one. Did all sorts of things went picky popular with the British people mass nationalization imposition of a very extensive welfare states, and so on and so by nineteen fifty one the country was that was pretty poor was a long period of territory. People still had rationing, and and they were sick and tired of this. And when Winston Churchill offered the more sort of fat free market sedation. I'm people David for it was he a war planner was he very good at that. Or did he leave that to his military? No, he was very good plan of he used to have great rows with the military. They would Chiesa stuff would stay out so three o'clock in the morning ninety dollars tonight, arguing within about west pack and wins with which countries and so on and so the actual grand strategy that we adopted because the result of a sort of creative tension between the Chiesa stuff and Churchill, but he required basis into. And have their input. So he very much did no hit back and allow the generals to get on with the war. Where did your travels take? You were searching the book over the pace. I went to Cuba. Chat show. He's the shot sided anger in central Cuba. I went to the place where across the Ryan in March nineteen forty five I went to the peninsula where he has ever solving physically. But he he told the terrible disastrous dog campaign is the best World War. And I went to a he served in the trenches not in Belgium, it it's been quite Jenny one way or another. Did he have a temper at all Andrew? Oh, yes. Absolutely. I did then. Yes, he could be very cool stick. He was an extremely wealthy, man. So he knew how to use his extremely shop on one occasion. When he felt that people were putting their ways in in the war. He very much. So the second Cowboys I mentioned earlier is a manichean struggle between good and evil. And if he felt that people went and putting their way then they could be tongue-lashed like nothing how effective did he use broadcast to communicate with the people of Britain. Well, you've just heard that wonderful clip and wishes I say is is tremendously powerful seventy twenty Englishmen VSA's wet, and he went on the radio quite a lot. He cost from new to the United States in fact times, including one broadcast of September, the eleventh nineteen forty which I think will bring down the Snyder of any American to and. It's a tremendous power. If you managed to muster with regards to the radio, he was of course, a public speaker from the moment he entered politics, forty years before the second one will break out. And so he was much practice. What would surprise people? The most about Winston Churchill. I think it would actually probably be his his foresights extrordinary capacity before the first I will to see the rise of Prussian militarism full the second mobile to warn against it. And the Nazis in a way to very few other people did in politicians did in the west and and to do it again. And again and not to be in any ways dissuaded by opinion polls or Scripps or anything like that. He had been dogs is he had navy. He wrote his speeches it was entirely from him. And then of course, he also share tremendous poolside off to the second World War when he was the first person to Stalin and the Soviet communists with doing in eastern Europe announced that at the Fulton, Missouri speech, then it's the I'm Kirsten speech in March nineteen forty six. He was. Friends with FDR. They were pretty close weren't they? They were. Yes, they were both sort of aristocracy their own country. Really? And they saw right. Why they they had a good personal lamb working relationship? Guys. Had we not entered the war. Do you think England could have taken the Nazis on by themselves? Well, no, no, absolutely not. But you have to remember by that stage in June nineteen forty one hit having failed to invade Britain because they lost the battle of Britain. The sl type of southern England in June nineteen forty one Hitler unleashed blitzkrieg on Russia and the say the union into the war and for every five fascinating statistic. This is the second mobile fifty five Germans killed in combat by which I gave me from. From from the air. I mean, actually on the battlefield four of them died on the eastern front. So so the the bloodletting it already started is it worth if United States had nothing to the war on the other hand, it would have gone on the very very long time, and he used to say which side with the nuclear bombs, I was trying to get this. And if if we hadn't had the genius if the British and American scientists working on that project, it's it's anyone's guess what would have happened. We'd all be speaking Germany German right about now, Andrew well. You might not have because I think, you know, you've got to a extraordinarily strong economy. And that you were building up your military. Is as quickly as possible, but some of the having defeated I think he is. How does this fit? The Russians and then turned on the United Kingdom, and we wouldn't have had a child say I'd be speaking German, but you might well still do you think though that had they developed the atomic bomb that he would have tried to bomb American cities with it? Flown over here. He definitely he definitely threatened to. I mean and had the race administration seen London say completely destroyed in the same way that Negga sake. Okay, Russia, we destroyed in nineteen forty five. It could well afford to be ready cause ministration into some kind of a ignoble accommodation with the with the Nazis. Yes. When he died how much morning was there in England. We're talking now about that. Winston churchill. It's a it was a people recognize that it was the end. Notice the independent at the end of the entire could've said ever of British history. And so. Just for the man himself who who persona fight off finest hour. But also there was a moaning really for an England that had passed with him and Charles to go with French president said now that church listed England is no longer a great power. I think lots of people have really felt much the same way. So yes, it was a it was a extremely emotional moments in in the history of my country wasn't emotional person as well. Didn't cry a lot publicly quite in the second World War..

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"bill hubbard" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

14:32 min | 2 years ago

"bill hubbard" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me tell you a little bit about our guest Andrew Roberts. His book is called Churchill walking with destiny. Dr Andrew Roberts has a PHD from Cambridge University a visiting professor at the war. Studies department of King's College in London, the Lehrman institute distinguished lecturer at the New York historical society, author of thirteen plus books is a trustee of the international Churchill society the Margaret Thatcher archive trust and the national portrait gallery. Andrew the clip that I played pretty remarkable speech during those days, wasn't it. You know, it still has the capacity to make my spine. Single lays words, it's never failed to have a physical effect told me when I had them. Do. We have statesman like chill and Roosevelt during that era. Do we have them around anymore? Really? We're lucky in a sense because we haven't got to World War. Winston Churchill would not have become prime minister had there not been a global catastrophe on the level World War. He was why wildly and widely mistrusted by the conservative party during the nineteen sixties even though he was the first new put it right about the Nazis when they were getting it wrong. And actually one of the things is that the time makes the man, and it certainly did in this case was he loved in England during his time period. Oh, absolutely worshipped. He will he run ninety percents approval ratings pretty much throughout the whole of the period from nineteen forty to nineteen forty five which is Nick stunning never been seen before. Or since by any British Prime minister, Andrew you've been writing about Churchill for more than thirty years. What was it that caught your your interest? Oh, well, he's just the giant his Nathe. He's great. Somebody who has really dominated the fifty years since he died, which is pretty impressive for any safe and say he's been in the presence of my life ready to the the Churchill movie, I think that came out recently has got a lot of people at least interested in Churchill and knowledgeable about him most people who weren't born until well after World War Two probably don't even know who he was. Well, I was eighteen years after World War Two. And I love that movie. I Gary open that percents aches, and he's acting in the way he Winston Churchill's twinkle in his eye was that was ready safer and very impressive performance. But we know who he was because he was in many ways because some who. Yeah. Katz hit bay until the Hitler invaded Russia. And then afterwards, of course, because in the United States was he able to get the United States involved in the war Detroit to Naper. Of course, ultimately that was an internal decision of. And also, it did takes the Japanese type Bill Hubbard schools to say, I don't fit let's declare war on America's four days later. And that's what propelled Abby nice stations. But you will be extremely helpful before that with giving us a quarter of a million rifles at for example. And that the school is fifty destroyers and lots of that money came in very soon afterwards Lend Lease so it wasn't as you will entirely uninvolved. How devastated Andrew was London during World War Two. I mean, a lot of people might not be aware, but the Nazis bombed the heck a London. And they showed it. Yes. Absolutely. They bombed every single day for a hundred and thirty days, they kill fifty thousand people in this country with that aerial bombardment a huge area swathes of central London Medeva station, flashing at east end where the dogs were which goes the Lesotho was trying to hit with Stacy too. And it was it was really nice remarkable carriages as Londoners that we didn't break come and buckle under the under the stress in Russia. Did you find anything surprising when you were putting the biography Churchill walking with destiny together? Oh, yes. Lots of things. And I was very fortunate that much Steve McQueen allows me to be the first chat biographer should be able to use. Her father's diaries and King George the six Mets Churchill every Tuesday. It's the second mobile and breakdown what Churchill Churchill trusting. All the great secrets to the second mobile, the ultra secret secrets the nuclear secrets and so on and grand strategy. And so so there's been extraordinarily helpful the kings dire is one of the things that they do and makes clear it how frustrated Churchill was that. The Americans were not getting more involved. The race administration didn't didn't sort of declare war on Hitler because he sold a great wolf. Civilization and democracy, and he was very irritated ready to some he went getting more involved than US. We got pulled into the war. Of course. So with the Japanese December seventh nineteen forty one. What was it that got us involved with helping Britain against Germany? Well, firstly. It was Adolf Hitler declaring war on you on the eleventh of December nineteen forty one say four days later, but even then the the people at the Pentagon knows the war department. It was time they had already planned to Germany first policy. That's the words given the name given to the overall strategic plan if the United States, which was to take out stronger, if the fascist powers, I not see Germany before then turning on the power that actually schools in the Pacific, which was imperial Japan. Andrew Churchill was the prime minister. During the war. And then he was out. And then he came back again what got him back in. Well, the the socialist government from nineteen forty five to fifty one. Did also things went Vicky popular with the British people mass nationalization imposition of a very extensive welfare states and so on and so by nineteen fifty one the country was that was pretty poor. And there was a long period of charity people still had rationing. And and they were sick and tired of this and win Winston Churchill offered more sort of fat free market solution. I'm people before it was he a war planner was he very good at that. Or did he leave that to his military? No, he was very good war plan of he used to have great rows with the military. They would the chiefs of staff would stay out so fetlock in the morning nights off tonight, arguing within about wet pack and to with which countries, and so on the actual grand strategy that we adopted was the result of a sort of creative tension between the Chiesa stuff and. Churchill required them to have their input. So he's very much did not sit back and allow the generals to get on with the war. Where did your travels take? You researching this book? The pace. I went to Cuba. I'm WeChat show at his shot sided Angola in central kiva zip place where church across the Rhine in March nineteen forty five. I went to the. Seila where he has facility don't physically, but he sold the terrible disastrous campaign as the first World War. And I went to a he served in the trenches is not in Belgium. It it's been quite Jenny one way or another. Did he have a temper at all Andrew? Oh, yes. Absolutely. Did then yes, he could be very cool stick. He was an extremely wealthy, man. So he knew how to use his extremely shop on one occasion. When he felt that people were putting their weight in in the war. He's very much. So the second Cowboys I mentioned earlier a manichean struggle between good and evil and people when putting their way then they could be tongue-lashed like nothing how effective did he use broadcast to communicate with the people of Britain. Well, you've just had that wonderful clip. And which is I say is is tremendously powerful ethnic any Englishman who he was. And he went on the radio quite a lot. Hebrew costs. The from new to the United States in fact school times, including one broadcast of September. Eleventh nineteen forty which I think will bring singles down the Snyder any American to and it's a tremendous power that he managed to muster with regard to the radio. He was of course, a public speaker from the name of he entered politics, four years before the second mobile broke out. And so he was much practice. What would surprise people? The most about Winston Churchill. I think it would actually probably be his his foresights extraordinary capacity. The the I will to succeed the rise of Prussian militarism the full the second mobile to warn against it. And the Nazis in a way to very few other people did in politician stayed in the west and and to do it again. And again and not be in ways dissuaded by opinion, polls, faker scrapes or anything like that. He had been dogs navy. He wrote his speeches it was tiny from him. And then of course, he says shea tremendous foresight off to the second World War when he was the first person sees Stalin and the Soviet communist with doing in eastern Europe announced that at the Fulton, Missouri speech. And then is the person speech in March nineteen forty six he was. Friends with FDR. They were pretty close weren't they? Yes, they were they sort of aristocrats of their own country. Really? And they saw right. Why they they had a good personal lamb working relationship? Yes. Had we not entered the war. Do you think England could have taken the Nazis on by themselves? Well, no, no, absolutely not. But you have to remember by that stage in June nineteen forty one Hitler having failed to invade Britain. Because they lost the battle of Britain the advice as a southern England in nineteen forty one Hitler unleash blitzkrieg on Russia and the Soviet Union into the war and all for every five fascinating statistic. This is the second one fifty five Germans killed in combat. I wish I gave means bombed messages from from the era. I mean, actually on the battlefield four of them died on the eastern front. So the the the bloodletting it already started as it were if United States had not into the war on the other hand, it would have gone on for a very very long time. And he used to say which side would have developed a nuclear bomb fast. It was trying to get this. And if if we hadn't. Had them the genius if the petition American scientists working on that project. It's if anyone's guess what would have happened. We'd all be speaking Germany are German right about now, Andrew well. You might not have because I think, you know, you've got to you've got a extraordinarily strong economy. And you were building up your military. Foresees as quickly as possible, but some off the having defeated I think he could win up to see. Have. Is the Russians and then turned on the United Kingdom, and we wouldn't have had it even just did a child safe. I'd be speaking German, but you might well still do you think though that had they developed the atomic bomb that he would have tried to bomb American cities with it? And flown over here. Definitely definitely threatened to and had the race Elsa administration seen London say completely destroyed in the same way that Negga sake or Russia Hiroshima destroyed in nineteen forty five. It could well afford to be very self administration into some kind of they ignoble accommodation with the with the Nazis. Yes. When he died how much morning was there in England. We're talking now about Winston Churchill. It's a it was a people recognize that it was the end. Notice that the end diverse in could affect ever of British history. And so not just for the man himself who who? Finest hour. But also there was a lot of moaning really for an England that had passed with him and Charles to go. The French president said now that church listed England is no longer a great palace. I think lots of people really felt much the same way. So yes, it was a it was extremely emotional moments in in the history of my country wasn't emotional person as well. Didn't cry a lot publicly in quite in the second World War. He cried fifty times fifty times like at speeches and stuff like that. Yes. Yes. And other people speeches and obesity funerals, and that and great Mulan he cried from happiness as well..

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"Welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me tell you a little bit about our guest Andrew Roberts. His book is called Churchill walking with destiny. Dr Andrew Roberts has a PHD from Cambridge University a visiting professor at the war. Studies department of King's College in London, the Lehrman institute distinguished lecturer at the New York historical society, author of thirteen plus books is a trustee of the international Churchill society the Margaret Thatcher archive trust and the national portrait gallery. Andrew the clip that I played pretty remarkable speech during those days, wasn't it. You know, it still has the capacity to make my fine. Single words it it's never failed to have a physical effect told me when I had them. Do. We have statesman like Churchill and Roosevelt during that era. Do we have them around anymore? We really put some we're looking offense. Because we haven't got a will war. Winston Churchill would not have become prime minister have been not been a global catastrophe on the whole World War. He was wildly and widely mistrusted by the conservative party during the nineteen sixties even though he was personally could it right about that? Okay. When they were getting it wrong. Say actually one of the things is that the time makes the man, and it certainly did in this case was he loved in England during his time period. Oh, absolutely worship. He run ninety percents approval ratings pretty much throughout the whole of the period from nineteen forty two nine hundred forty five which is an extension things never been seen before. Or since by any British Prime minister, Andrew you've been writing about Churchill for more than thirty years. What was it that caught your your interest? Just the giant. He's the great. Somebody who has really dominated the fifty years since he died, which is pretty impressive for any safer than that. And say he's been in naval presence, also at my life ready. You're the the Churchill movie, I think that came out recently has got a lot of people at least interested in Churchill and knowledgeable about him most people who weren't born until well after World War Two probably don't even know who he was. Well, he was in eighteen years of World War Two. And I love that movie it, Gary Oldman perspective and exact in the way Winston Churchill's twinkling is I was was really super very impressive performance. But we know who he was because he was in many ways because Hugh. Yeah. Hit bay until the until Hitler invaded Russia, and then also war in the United States. Was he able to get the United States involved in the war? He tried to. And of course, ultimately that wasn't internal decision of yours. And also, it did take the Japanese type Bill Hubbard schools say I don't fit. Let's declare war on America's food as later. And that's what propelled Abby nice stations will be extremely helpful before bats giving us a quarter of a million rifles, for example, and destroy is fifty destroyers and lots of that money came in very soon with with Lend Lease. So it wasn't as you will entirely on in both how devastated Andrew was London during World War Two. I mean, a lot of people might not be aware. But the Nazis bombed the heck a London didn't they shoot it? Yes. Absolutely. They formed every single day for one hundred and thirty days they kill fifty thousand people in this country with that aerial bombardment. Huge areas swathes of central London with devastation flashing at east end where the dogs were whichever goes the suffer was trying to get with Stacy too. And it was it was really nice remarkable courage is that we didn't break come to buckle under the under the stress and the pressure. Did you find anything surprising when you were putting the biography Churchill walking with destiny together? Oh, yes. Lots of things. And I was very fortunate that majesty the Cleveland allows me to be the first chat biographer should be able to use. Her father's diaries and King George the six Mets Churchill every Tuesday. It's the second mobile and write down what Churchill HOGAN. With all the great secrets the second mobile, the ultra Chritsie Kristen UPS secrets and so on and grand strategy. And so there's been extraordinarily helpful kings. Dire is one of the things that they do. And makes it clear how frustrated Churchill was that. The Americans were not getting more involved as a race house administration isn't didn't sort of declare war on Hitler because he sold the second world wars a great wolf. Civilization and democracy. And he was very it tasted ready to that. He weren't getting more involved than you. We got pulled into the war. Of course. So with the Japanese December seventh nineteen forty one. What was it that got us involved with helping Britain against the Germany? Well, firstly it was Adolf Hitler declaring war on you on the eleventh of December nineteen forty one six four days later, but even then the the people that depends again, though, the war department is it was time they had already planned to Germany first policy. That's the words given to the name given to the overall strategic plan if the United States, which was to take out of stronger of the factories powers. I Nazi Germany before then turning on the power that actually schools in the Pacific, which was imperial Japan entry Churchill was the prime minister. During the war. And then he was out. And then he came back again what got him back in. Well, the secessionist government from nineteen forty five to sixty one. Did all sorts of things went Vicky popular with the British people mess nationalization imposition of a very extensive welfare states, and so on and so by nineteen fifty one the country was that was pretty poor and was this long period of authority people still had rationing, and and they were sick and tired of it and Winston Churchill offered and more sort of fat. Free market solution. I'm people do for it was he a war planner was very good at that. Or did he leave that to his military? No, he was very good plan of he used to have great rows with the military. They would the chiefs of staff would stay up so clock in the morning nights off tonight, arguing within about west pack and wins with which countries and so on and so the actual Graham strategy that we adopted is the result of a sort of creative tension between the chiefs of staff and show required based system to. Their input. So he very much did not hit back and allow the generals get on with the war. Where did your travels take? You researching this book labor the pace. I went to Cuba. I'm WeChat show. He's short sided anger in central kiva. I went to the place where Chechen across the Rhine in nineteen forty five. I went to the leap insular where he has a Saudi don't physically, but he needs. So the terrible disaster. Nells campaign as the first World War. I went to where he said in the trenches, not in Belgium. It's been. Eighty one way or another. Did he have a temper at all Andrew? Oh, yes. Absolutely. I did then. Yes, he could be very cool stick. He was an extremely witchy, man. So he knew how to use his extremely shop. I'm gonna case when he felt that people were putting their weight in in the war. He very much sold a second. Cowboys. I mentioned earlier a manichean struggle between good and evil. And if he felt that people weren't putting their weight, then they could be tongue-lashed like nothing on how effective did he use broadcast to communicate with the people of Britain. Well, you've just had that wonderful clip. And wishes I say is tremendously powerful to any Englishman. And he went on the radio quite a lot. He will cost to France New to the United States in fact times, including one broadcast of September the eleventh nineteen forty which I think will bring fingers down the Snyder many American to it say. Tremendous power, he managed to muster. With regard to the radio. He was a public speaker from the name of he entered politics four years before the second mobile breakout. And so he was much practice. What would surprise people? The most about Winston Churchill. I think it would actually probably be his his foresight extraordinary capacity before the first World War Two. Secede. The rise of Prussian militarism for the second mobile to warn against it. And the Nazis in a way to very few other people's eating politicians stayed in the west and and to do it again. And again and not be in. Anyways. Dissuaded by opinion, polls will say scrapes or anything like that. He had made spin-doctors yet navy. He wrote his speeches Tani from him. And then of course, he also shapes minutes suicide off to the second World War when he was the first person to stall in and they say the communists with doing. In eastern Europe is announced that the Fulton Missouri speech beyond Curson speech in March nineteen forty six. He was. Friends with FDR. They were pretty close weren't they? They were. Yes, they were sort of aristocracy their own country. Really? And they saw right. Why they they had a good working relationship? Guess had. We not entered the war. Do you think England could have taken the Nazis on by themselves? Well, no, no, absolutely not. But you have to Memphis by that stage in June nineteen she wanted Hitler as having failed to invade Britain. And because they lost the battle of Britain the FIT over southern England in June nineteen forty one Hitler unleash split screens on Russia and the Soviet Union into the war and all for every five fascinating statistic. This is the second mobile fifty five Germans killed in combat by which I gave bombed cities from from the era. Meet actually on the battlefield or of them died on the eastern front so say, the the the bloodletting it already started as it were if United States had not entered the war behind hand, it would have gone on for very very long time. And that he used to say which side would have a nuclear bomb fast. It right worst trying to get this. And if if we hadn't. Had them. The it's genius. If the British American scientists working on that project. It's it's anyone's guess what would have happened. We'd all be speaking Germany or a German right about now, Andrew well. You might not have because I think, you know, you've got gotta you've got a extraordinarily strong economy. And that you were building up your military. Foresees as quickly as possible, but up to having few she'd I think he could wind up to see. Atavistic Adolf Hitler could have the Russians and then turned on the United Kingdom, and we wouldn't have had a child. I'd be speaking German, but you might well still. Do you think though that had they developed the atomic bomb that he would have tried to bomb American cities with it? Flown over here. Definitely definitely threatened to. I mean and had the race administration seen London say completely destroyed in the same way that Negga sake. Okay. Roshan that we destroyed in nineteen forty five. It could weather forced to be very self administration into some kind of a ignoble accommodation with the with the Nazis. Yeah. When he died how much morning was there in England. We're talking now about Vincent. It's a it was a people recognize that it was the end. Not at the end of it in the end of the entire sort of ever of British history. And so full demand himself who you wanna fight off finest hour. But also there was an office morning really for an England that had passed with him Charles to the French president said now that Chechen listed England is no longer a great palace. I think people really felt much the same way. So yes, it was a it was extremely emotional moment. In in the history of my country wasn't emotional person as well. Did he cry a lot publicly? In the second World War..

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"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me tell you a little bit about our guest Andrew Roberts. His book is called Churchill walking with destiny. Dr Andrew Roberts has a PHD from Cambridge University a visiting professor at the war. Studies department of King's College in London, the Lehrman institute distinguished lecturer at the New York historical society, author of thirteen plus books is a trustee of the international Churchill society the Margaret Thatcher archive trust and the national portrait gallery. Andrew the clip that I played pretty remarkable speech during those days, wasn't it. You know, it's still has the capacity to make my spine tingling as where I'd say it's never failed to have a physical effect on me when I had them. Do. We have statesman like Churchill and Roosevelt during that era. Do we have them around anymore? We really, but some we're lucky in a sense because we haven't got a World War. Winston Churchill would not have become prime minister has not been a global catastrophe. All World War. He was why wildly and widely mistrusted by the during the nineteen sixties even though he was supposed to be put it right about that. Okay. So when they were getting it wrong and say, actually, one of the things is that the time makes the mine, and it says he did in this case was he loved in England during his time period. Oh, absolutely worshipped. He will he run ninety percents approval ratings pretty much throughout the whole of the period from nineteen forty to nineteen forty five which isn't extinguishing things never been seen before. Or since by any British Prime minister, Andrew you've been writing about Churchill for more than thirty years. What was it that caught your interest? Eat just the giants. He's teeth. He's a great. Somebody who has really dominated the fifty years since he died, which is pretty impressive for any statesman and say he's been a naval presence of my life. Ready? You're the the Churchill movie, I think that came out recently has got a lot of people at least interested in Churchill and knowledgeable about him. Most people who weren't born until well after World War Two probably don't even know who he was. Well, I was eighteen years off the web or two, and I love that movie. It Gary opens perspective and exact thing in the way. He cou Winston Churchill's twinkle in his eye. Was was ready CPA very impressive performance. But we know who he was because he was in many ways because Hugh. Yeah. A bay until the until Hitler invaded Russia. And then also casual. Will in the United States was he able to get the United States involved in the war. You tried to Seth Nathe. Of course, ultimately that wasn't internal decision of yours. And also, it did take the Japanese suicide Bill Hubbard schools to say, I don't fit let's declare war on America four days later. And that's what propels Abby nice stations will. But you wedding extremely helpful before giving us a quarter of a million rifles at for example, and destroy a sticky destroyers and lots of fan of that money came in very sued off with with lend. Lease it wasn't as you will entirely on in both how devastated Andrew was London during World War Two. I mean, a lot of people might not be aware. But the Nazis bombed the heck HANA London. Didn't they showed it? Yes. Absolutely. They filmed every single day for one hundred and sixty days they kill fifty. Thousands of people in this country with that aerial bombardment a huge areas swathes of central London Medeva station, flashing at east end where the dogs were which goes the last supper was trying to hit would devastate you to. And it was it was really nice, remarkable, courage. Is that Londoners that we didn't break comes and buckle under the under the stress and the pressure. Did you find anything surprising when you were putting the biography Churchill walking with destiny together? Oh, yes. Lots of things. And I was very fortunate that majesty the Cleveland house needs to be the first Churchill biographer to be able to use. Her father's diaries and King George the six Mets chech- Tuesday. It's the second mobile and breakdown what Churchill told him trusted him with all the great secrets of the second mobile. The outset. Secrets the new secrets and so on and grand strategy. And so say, there's been extraordinarily helpful the kings dire is one of the things that they do and makes clear is how frustrated who was that. The Americans were not getting more involved. The race house administration didn't didn't sort of declare war on because he sold Sacramento, boys. A great wolf. Civilization and democracy, and he was very irritated ready to that. He wasn't getting more involved than US. We got pulled into the war. Of course. So with the Japanese December seventh nineteen forty one. What was it that got us involved with helping Britain against Germany? Well, firstly. It was Adolf Hitler declaring war on you on the eleventh six December nineteen four four days later, but even then the the people at the Pentagon or the war department is it was time they had already planned to Germany first policy. That's the words given to the name given to the overall strategic plan if the United States, which was to take out of the factories powers. I Nazi Germany before then turning onto the power that actually it's schools in the Pacific, which was imperial, Japan and Churchill was the prime minister. During the war. And then he was out in came back. Again, what got him back in? Well, the the socialist government from nineteen forty five to fifty one. Did all sorts of things that went picky popular with the British people mass nationalization imposition of a very extensive welfare states and so on and so by nineteen fifty one the country was that was pretty poor and was a long period of therapy. People still had rationing. And and they were sick and tired of it and Winston Churchill often more sort of back free market solution. People voted for it was he a war planner was very good at that. Or did he leave that to his military? No, he was very good war plan of he used to have great rows with the military. They would the Chiesa stuff would stay up so block in the morning nights off tonight arguing with him about Westworld packing wins with which countries and so on and so the actual grand strategy that we adopted was the result of a sort of creative tension between the Chiesa stuff and Churchill, but he required basis into. So he very much did not hit back and allow the generals to get on with the war. Where did your travels take? You were searching this book labor. David. I went to Cuba. I'm WeChat show. His shot sided ain't going central kiva. I went to the place where Chettri across the Rhine in March nineteen forty five. I went to the. Peninsula where he has. Physically, but he needs the terrible disaster started Nels campaign the best World War. And I went to where he served in. The trenches is not text us in Belgium. It's been quite Sogeti, very one way or another. Did he have a temper at all Andrew? Oh, yes. Absolutely. I did then. Yes, he could be very cool stick. He was an extremely witchy, man. So he knew how to use his extremely shop on occasion when he felt that people were putting their weight in in the war. He very much. So the second Cowboys I mentioned earlier manichean struggle between good and evil. And if he felt that people weren't and putting their way then they could be tongue-lashed like nothing how effective did he use broadcast to communicate with the people of Britain. Well, you've just had that wonderful clip. Mhm and wishes. I say is is tremendously powerful to any Englishman. And he went on the radio quite a lot. Hebrew, costs new to the United States and sexual times, including one broadcast of September. The eleventh nineteen forty which I think will bring down the Snyder of any American to and it say a tremendous power he managed to muster with regard to the radio. He was a public speaker from the name of he entered politics for years before the second mobile Wolfpack out. And so he was much practice. What would surprise people? The most about Winston Churchill. I think it would actually probably be his his foresight speaks strolling capacity. The fooled us well to see the rise oppression militarism before the second mobile to warn against it. And the Nazis in a way to very few other people did in politician stayed in the west and and to do it again. And again and not to be in. Anyways. Dissuaded by opinion, polls will say escapes or anything like that. He had been doses. Yet navy raise his speeches it was in tiny from him. And then of course, he also share tremendous poolside off to the second World War when he was the first person stall in and the communists with doing in eastern Europe announced that the Fulton Missouri speech dynasty, I'm Kirsten speech in March nineteen eighty six he was. Friends with FDR. They were pretty close weren't they? Yes, they were sort of aristocracy their own country. Really? And they saw right. Why they they had a good personal lamb working relationship? Yes. Had we not entered the war. Do you think England could have taken the Nazis on by themselves? Well, no, no, absolutely not. But you have to remember by that stage in June nineteen forty one. Having failed to invade Britain because they lost the battle of Britain, the F I tell you the southern England in June nineteen forty one Hitler only split split-screen on Russia and the say the union into the war and for every five fascinating statistic. This is the second mobile fifty five Germans killed in combat by which means from messages from from the era. I mean, actually on the battlefield four of them died on the eastern from so say, the the the bloodletting already started as it was if United States had not entered the war out of hand, it would have gone on for very very long time that he used to say which side would have developed the neat here. Fast. Fasted right. Was trying to get it. And if if we hadn't had them a genius if the partition American scientists working on that project. It's it's anyone's guess what would have happened. We'd all be speaking Germany or a German right about now, Andrew, well, you might not have because I think you've got to be extraordinarily strong economy. And that you were building up military forces as quickly as possible, but some off the having defeated I think he could to see. I. The Russians and then turned on the United Kingdom, and we wouldn't have had a even just a chump say, I'd be speaking German. But you might well still do you think that had they developed the atomic bomb that he would have tried to bomb American cities with it and flown over here. He definitely he definitely threatened to. I mean and had the race administration. Seems London say completely destroyed in the same way that Negga sake over Russia met with destroyed in nineteen forty five. It could weather forced the very self administration into some kind of a ignoble accommodation with the with the Nazis. Yes. When he died how much morning was there in England. We're talking now about seven chat show. It's a it was a people recognize that it was the end. At the end diverse in said ever of British history. And so just for the man himself who you wanna fight off finest hour, but also it was a of morning really for an England that had passed with him and Charles to go the French president said now that trash listed England is no longer a great power. I think lots of people really felt much the same way. So yes, it was a it was a extremely a national name in in the history of my country wasn't emotional person as well. Then you cry a lot publicly in quite in the second World War..

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"Coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me tell you a little bit about our guest Andrew Roberts. His book is called Churchill walking with destiny. Dr Andrew Roberts has a PHD from Cambridge University a visiting professor at the war. Studies department of King's College in London, the Lehrman institute distinguished lecturer at the New York historical society, author of thirteen plus books is a trustee of the international Churchill society the Margaret Thatcher archive trust and the national portrait gallery. Andrew the clip that I played pretty remarkable speech during those days, wasn't it. You know, it's still has the capacity tonight. My spine tingling as words, it's never failed to have a physical effect told me when I had them. Do. We have statesman like Churchill and Roosevelt during that era. Do we have them around anymore? We really some. We're looking offense because we haven't got a World War. Winston Churchill would not have become prime minister has not been a a global catastrophe. The whole World War. He was why wildly and widely mistrusted by the conservative party during the nineteen sixties even though he was the first new put it right about at over the Nazis when they were getting it wrong and say actually, one of the things is that the time makes the mind, and it certainly did in this case was he loved in England during his time period. Oh, absolutely worshipped. He where he won ninety percents approval ratings pretty much throughout the whole of the period from nineteen forty to nineteen forty five which is an expansion things never been seen before or since by any British Prime minister, Andrew you've been writing about Churchill for more than thirty years. What was it that caught your your interest? Oh, well, he's just the giant teeth. He's the great. Somebody who has really dominated the fifty years since he died, which is pretty impressive for any statesman. And and say he's been in the presence of my life ready, either the the Churchill movie, I think that came out recently has got a lot of people at least interested in Churchill and knowledgeable about him most people who weren't born until well after World War Two probably don't even know who he was. Well, I was born eighteen years of the web will tell you. And I love that movie. I told Gary open that percents aches, and he's acting in the way he cou Winston Churchill's twinkling his I was that was CPA and very impressive performance. But we know who he was because he was in many ways because who. Yeah. Hit bay until the until Hitler invaded Russia. And then also because in the United States was he able to get the United States involved in the war. He tried to Naper. And of course, ultimately that was an internal decision of yours. And also, it did take the Japanese type Bill Hubbard schools to say, I don't fit let's declare war on America's four days later, and that's what propelled at the United States will. But you will be extremely helpful before that we've giving us a quarter of a million rifles, for example, and that the school is fifty destroyers and lots of money came in very suit off with with Lend Lease. So it wasn't as you will entirely uninvolved. How devastated Andrew was London during World War Two. I mean, a lot of people might not be aware, but the Nazis bombed the heck out of London tonight. They should it. Yes. Absolutely. They bombed every single day for a hundred and fifty days they kill fifty thousand people in this country with that aerial bombardment huge areas swathes of central London with devastated him flashing at east end where the dogs were which of course, the Lesotho was trying to hit with Stacy too. And it was it was really nice remarkable courage is that as Londoners that we didn't break under and buckle under the under the stress and the pressure. Did you find anything surprising when you were putting the biography Churchill walking with destiny together? Oh, yes. Lots of things. And I was very fortunate that majesty to Cleveland me to be the first Churchill biographer to be able to use. Her father's diaries and king Jewish the six Mets church every Tuesday. It's the second mobile and wrote down what Churchill Tolkien trusted him with all the great secrets the second. The trust he quit secrets nuclear secrets and so on and grand strategy. And so so there's been extraordinarily helpful the kings. Dive is one of the things that they do and makes clear is how frustrated Churchill was that. The Americans were not getting more involved with the race house administrations isn't didn't declare war on Hitler because he sold a second my boys. Great wolf. Civilization and democracy, and he was very irritated ready to some that he won't getting more involved than you. Are. We got pulled into the war. Of course. So with the Japanese December seventh nineteen forty one. What was it that got us involved with helping Britain against Germany? Well, firstly. It was Adolf Hitler declaring war on you on the eleventh of December nineteen forty one say four days later, but even then the the people at the Pentagon, the war department is it was time they had already planned to Germany first policy. That's the words given to the name given to the overall strategic plan if the United States, which was to take out the stronger, if the fastest powers, I know see Germany before then turning on the power that actually schools in the Pacific, which was imperial Japan. Andrew Churchill was the prime minister. During the war. And then he was out. And then he came back again what got him back in. Well, the the socialist government from nineteen forty five to fifty one. Did all sorts of things went picky popular with the British people mass nationalization imposition of a very extensive welfare state and so on and so by nineteen fifty one the country was that was pretty poor. And there was a long period of austerity people still had rationing, and and they were sick and tired of it. And when Winston Churchill offered more sort of fat free market solution. I'm people do for it was he a war planner was he very good at that. Or did he leave that to his military? No, he was very good plan of he used to have great rows with the military. They would the chiefs of stuff would stay up so three o'clock in the morning nine tonight, arguing within about west pack and wins with which countries and so on and so the actual grand strategy that we adopted because the results of a sort of creative tension between the Chiesa stuff and. Churchill required based system to have their input said he very much did no hit back and allow the generals to get on with the wall. Where did your travels take? You were searching the spoke. The pace. I went to Cuba. I'm WeChat show. He's shortsighted Ango in central Cuba. I I went to the place where Chechnya across the Rhine in March nineteen forty five. I went to the literally peninsula where he has a Soldini don't physically, but he he told the terrible disastrous campaign is the best World War. And I went to a he served in the trenches is not in Belgium. It's it's been quite a journey, very one way or another. Did he have a temper at all Andrew? Oh, yes. Absolutely. I did then. Yes, he could be very cool stick. He was an extremely wealthy, man. So he knew how to use his extremely shop. I'm gonna -cation when he felt that people were putting their weight in in the war. He very much. So the second Cowboys I mentioned earlier manichean struggle between good and evil. And if he felt that people went and putting their way then they could be tongue-lashed like nothing how effective did he use broadcast to communicate with the people of Britain. Well, you've just heard that wonderful clip. And wishes. I say is is tremendously powerful seventy Englishman is worth. And he went on the radio quite a lot Hebrew cost to France due to the United States and sexual times in Katie one broadcast of September, the eleventh nineteen forty which I think will bring thing goes down the Snyder of any American to and it say in commend this power. He managed to mosque with regard to the radio. He was a Coosa public speaker from the moment he entered politics, forty years before the second one will break out. And so he was much practice. What would surprise people? The most about Winston Churchill. I think it would actually probably be his his fulsome extrordinary capacity. The full the bull to see the rise of Prussian militarism full the second mobile to warn against it. And the Nazis in a way to very few other people did in politicians did in the west and and to do it again. And again and not to be in anyways dissuaded by Pinon Pozzo scrapes or anything like that. He had been dogs the navy. He wrote his speeches it was entirely from him. And then of course, he also tremendous suicide off to the second World War when he was the first person to stall in the Soviet communists were doing in eastern Europe since announced that the Fulton, Missouri speech. And then it's the I'm Kirsten speech in March nineteen eighty six he was friends with FDR. They were pretty close weren't they they were. Yes, they were sort of aristocracy their own country. Really? And they saw right. Why they they had a good personal lamb working relationship? Guys. Had we not entered the war. Do you think England could have taken the Nazis on by themselves? Well, no, no, absolutely not. But you have to remember by that stage in June nineteen forty one Hitler having failed to invade Britain. Because they lost the battle of Britain the FIT of southern England in June nineteen forty one Hitler unleash split split-screen on Russia and the union into the war and for every five fascinating statistic. This is the second mobile fifty five Germans killed in combat by which means from messages from from the era. I mean, actually on the battlefield four of them died on the eastern front to say, the the the bloodletting. It already started. Is it worth if United States had nothing to the war on the other hand, it would have gone on for a very very long time. And he used to say which side the need bomb. I was trying to get this. And if if we hadn't. Had the genius if the British and American scientists working on that project. It's if anyone's guess what would have happened. We'd all be speaking Germany or a German right about now, Andrew, well, you might not have because I think, you know, you've got to be a extraordinarily strong economy. And you were building up your military forces as quickly as possible, but some of the having defeated I think he could to see. I. The Russians and then turned on the United Kingdom, and we wouldn't have had a child. I'd be speaking German, but you might well still. Do you think though that had they developed the atomic bomb that he would have tried to bomb American cities with it? And flown over here. He definitely he definitely threatened to. I mean and had the race administration seen London say completely destroyed in the same way that Negga sake over Russia may be destroyed in nineteen forty five. It could well a force to be very self administration into some kind of a ignoble accommodation with the with the Nazis. Yes. When he died how much morning was there in England. We're talking now about that. Winston churchill. It's it was a people recognize that it was the end. At the end of the entire could've ever of British history. And so not just for the man himself who you persona fight off finest hour. But also there was a lot of moaning really for an England that had passed with him to Charles the goal is French president said now that listed England is no longer a great power. I think lots of people really felt much the same way. So yes, it was a it was extremely emotional moment in in the history of my country wasn't emotional person as well. Didn't he cry a lot publicly quite in the second one? Boy, he cried. And we'll than fifty times fifty times speeches and stuff like that. Yes. Yes. And other people speeches and obesity funerals and that and great moments. He cried from happiness as well..

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"bill hubbard" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

14:17 min | 2 years ago

"bill hubbard" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me tell you a little bit about our guest Andrew Roberts. His book is called Churchill walking with destiny. Dr Andrew Roberts is a PHD from Cambridge University a visiting professor at the war. Studies department of King's College in London, the Lehrman institute distinguished lecturer at the New York historical society, author of thirteen plus books is a trustee of the international Churchill society the Margaret Thatcher archive trust and the national portrait gallery. Andrew the clip that I played pretty remarkable speech during those days, wasn't it. You know, it's still has the capacity to make my spine tingling as website's. It's never failed to have a physical effect told me when I had them. Do. We have statesman like Churchill and Roosevelt during that era. Do we have them around anymore? We don't really, but some we're lucky in a sense because we haven't got a World War. Winston Churchill would not have become prime minister have been not been a label catastrophe on the whole World War. He was wildly and widely mistrusted by Bobby during the nineteen sixties even though he was supposed to be put it right about Adolf Hitler, and the Nazis when they were getting it wrong and say actually, one of the things is that the time makes the mind, and it says needed in this case was he loved in England during his time period. Oh, absolutely worshipped. He won ninety percents approval ratings pretty much throughout the whole of the period from nineteen fourteen to nineteen forty five which isn't extinguishing never been seen before. Or since by any British Prime minister, Andrew you've been writing about Churchill for more than thirty years. What was it that caught your interest? Oh, well, he's just the giants hidden teeth. He's the great. Somebody who has really dominated the fifty years since he died, which is pretty impressive for any statesman. And and say he's been a naval presence at my life. Ready? The Churchill movie, I think that came out recently has got a lot of people at least interested in Churchill and knowledgeable about him most people who weren't born until well after World War Two probably don't even know who he was. Well, he was born eighteen years off the web or two, and I love that movie. It I feel Gary open process aches, and he's acting in the way he cou Winston Churchill Sinclair is I was that was ready CPA and very impressive performance. But we know who he was because he was in many ways because who. Yeah. Bay until the until Hitler invaded Russia. And then also it's schools will in the United States was he able to get the United States involved in the war. He tried to Nathe from of course, that was an internal decision of. And also, it did take the Japanese to type Bill Hubbard school schools to say, I don't fit let's declare war on America's four days later. And that's what propelled Abby nice stations will. But you wedding streaming out full before that we've giving us a quarter of a million rifles, for example, and destroy is fifty destroyers and lots of that money came in very suit off with with Lend Lease. It wasn't as you will entirely on in both how devastated Andrew was London during World War Two. I mean, a lot of people might not be aware. But the Nazis bombed the heck out of London. Didn't they showed it? Yes. Absolutely. They bombed every single day for a hundred and sixty days, they kill fifty thousand people in this country with that aerial bombardment huge areas swathes of central London were devastated and flashing at east end where the dogs were whichever goes the lav was trying to hit with devastates you too. And it was it was really nice, remarkable, courage. Is that Londoners that we didn't break come to buckle under the under the stress in Russia? Did you find anything surprising when you were putting the biography Churchill walking with destiny together? Oh, yes. Lots of things, and I was very foolish. Not that much. Typically allows me to be the first chat show bioch- affected EMT use. Her father's die race and King George the six Mets chech- lucky Tuesday. It's the second mobile and breakdown what Churchill token, trusted him with all the great secrets the second mobile, the outset secrets UPS secrets and so on and grand strategy. And so say, there's been extraordinarily helpful the kings dire is one of the things that they do and makes clear is how frustrated towards the Americans were not getting more involved. The race administration isn't didn't declare war on Hitler because he sold. Segma- boys. A great wolf. Civilization and democracy. And he was very it tasted ready to some that he won't getting more votes than you. We got pulled into the war, of course, with the Japanese December seventh nineteen forty one. What was it that got us involved with helping Britain against Germany? Well, firstly it was that of Hitler declaring war on on the eleventh of December nineteen forty one four days later, but even then the the people at the Pentagon those award apartment it was time they had already planned to Germany first policy. That's the word given the name given to the overall strategic plan if the United States, which was to take out stronger, if the sexiest hours, I Nazi Germany before then turning on the power that actually attacks schools in the Pacific, which was interior Japan. Andrew Churchill was the prime minister. During the war. And then he was out. And then he came back again what got him back in. Well, the the socialist government from nineteen forty five to fifty one. Did all sorts of things went popular with the British people mass nationalization imposition, if a very extensive welfare states and so on and so by nineteen fifty one the country was that was pretty poor and was a long period of territory. People still had rationing. And and they were sick inside and Winston Churchill offered more sort of fat free market sedation. People date for it was he a war planner was he very good at that. Or did he leave that to his military? No, he was very good plan of he used to have great rows with the military. They would the Chiesa stuff would stay up so fair talk in the morning nine tonight arguing about Westworld back and went to attack which countries and so on. I'm the actual grand strategy that we adopted was the result of a sort of creative tension between the Chiesa stuff and Churchill, but he required based system. As I he very much did no hit back and allow the generals to get on with the war. Where did your travels take? You were searching this book. Pace. I went to Cuba. I'm WeChat show. He's shortsighted anger in central Cuba. I went to the place where Chettri across the Rhine in March nineteen forty five. I went to the peninsula where he has a Saudi physically, but he sold the terrible disastrous campaign is the best World War. And I went to a he served in the trenches. In Belgium, it it's inclusive Jenny one way or another. Did he have a temper at all Andrew? Oh, yes. Absolutely. Did then yes, he could be very cool stick. He was an extremely witchy, man. So he knew how to use his extremely shop on occasion when he felt that people were putting their weight in in the war. He very much. So the second Cowboys I mentioned earlier. Manichean struggle between good and evil. And if he felt that people weren't putting their way, then they could be tongue-lashed like nothing how effective did he use broadcast to communicate with the people of Britain. Well, you've just had that wonderful clip and wishes I say is tremendously powerful setting to any Englishman, easiest as wet. And he went on the radio quite a lot. He will cost from new to the United States in sexual times in Katie one broadcast of September the eleventh nineteen forty which I think will bring down the Snyder many American to and it say in commended power manage to master without radio. He was of course, a public speaker from the name of he entered politics four years before the second mobile bay out. And so he was much practice. What would surprise people? The most about Winston Churchill. I think it would actually probably be his foresights extrordinary capacity before the first World War Two see the rise of Prussian militarism for the second mobile to warn against it. And the Nazis in a way to very few other people did in politicians seed in the west and and to do it again. And again and not to be in many dissuaded by opinion polls or scrapes or anything like that. He had been does is he had navy raise his speeches in tiny from him. And then of course, he also shea tremendous suicide off to the second World War when he was the first person style in and they say the communist with doing in eastern Europe into the downside at the Fulton Missouri speech bianca's since teaching notch nineteen sixty six he was. Friends with FDR. They were pretty close weren't they they were. Yes, they would they sort of aristocracy their own country. Really? And they saw right. Why they they had a good personal lamb working relationship? Guys. Had we not entered the war. Do you think England could have taken the Nazis on by themselves? Well, no, no, absolutely not. But you have to Memphis by that stage in June nineteen forty one Hitler as having failed to invade Britain. And because they lost the battle of Britain the F I type of southern England in June nineteen forty one Hitler only split screens on Russia and the say the union into the war and for every five fascinating statistic. This is the second mobile fifty five Jevons killed in combat by which I mean from from from the era. I mean, actually on the battlefield four of them died on the eastern front say, the the the bloodletting it already started is it if United States had nothing to the war behind it would have gone on for very very long time and who's to say which side would have the nuclear bomb fast was trying to get this. And if if we hadn't. Had the it's genius. If the vision American scientists working on that project. It's it's anyone's guess what would have happened. We'd all be speaking Germany or a German right about now, Andrew, well, you might not have because I think, you know, you've got to be a extraordinarily strong economy. And that you were building up military forces as quickly as possible, but also having defeated. I think he could win up to see how I she the Russians and then turned on the United Kingdom, and we wouldn't have had it even just did a child I'd be speaking German, but you might well still. Do you think though that had they developed the atomic bomb that he would have tried to bomb American cities with it? And flown over here. Either definitely definitely threatened to. I mean and had the race ministration seen London say completely destroyed in the same way that Negga sulky. Okay. Russia that we destroyed in nineteen forty five. It could weather forced to be very self administration into some kind of a little accommodation with the with the Nazis. Yeah. When he died how much morning was there in England. We're talking now about Winston Churchill. It's a it was a people recognize that it was the end. The independent fairly. That's at the end of the entire era of 'em British history, and so just for the man himself who who persona fight off finest hour. But also there was an office moaning really for an England that has passed with him and Charles to go the French president said now that Chesler stayed England is no longer a great power. I think lots of people really felt much the same way. So yes, it was a it was a extremely a national name and in in the history of my country. He wasn't emotional person as well. Didn't he cry a lot publicly in the second one?.

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"bill hubbard" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"bill hubbard" Discussed on WTVN

"Coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me tell you a little bit about our guest Andrew Roberts. His book is called Churchill walking with destiny. Dr Andrew Roberts is a PHD from Cambridge University a visiting professor at the war. Studies department of King's College in London, the Lehrman institute distinguished lecturer at the New York historical society, author of thirteen plus books is a trustee of the international Churchill society the Margaret Thatcher archive trust and the national portrait gallery. Andrew the clip that I played pretty remarkable speech during those days, wasn't it. You know, it's still has the capacity to make my spine tingling as words it. It's never failed to have a physical effect told me when I had them. Do. We have statesman like Churchill and Roosevelt during that era. Do we have them around anymore? We really, but we're lucky in a sense because we haven't got a World War. Winston Churchill would not have become prime minister has not been a global catastrophe sort of level wall World War. He was why wildly and widely mistrusted by the conservative party. During the nineteen sixties even though he was the I mean could it right about the Nazis when they were getting it wrong. And actually one of the things is that the time makes the mind, and it certainly did in this case was he loved in England during his time period. Oh, absolutely worshipped. He won ninety percents approval ratings pretty much throughout the whole of the period from nineteen forty to nineteen forty five which is Nick stunning things never been seen before. Or since by any British Prime minister, Andrew you've been writing about Churchill for more than thirty years. What was it that caught your interest? Well, he's just the giant his teeth. He's the great. Somebody who has really dominated. And the fifty years since he died, which is pretty impressive for any statesman. And and say he's been in the presence of my life ready to the the Churchill movie, I think that came out recently has got a lot of people at least interested in Churchill and knowledgeable about him most people who weren't born until well after World War Two probably don't even know who he was. Well, I was born eighteen years after the web will tell you, and I love that movie. So Gary Oldman specifics, and he's acting in the way, he cooled Winston Churchill's twinkling is I was that was really CPA very impressive performance. But we know who he was because he was in many ways because who. Yeah. Hit bay until the until Hitler invaded Russia in schools because in the United States was he able to get the United States involved in the war Detroit to Naper. And of course, ultimately that wasn't internal decision of yours. And also, it did take the Japanese type Bill Hubbard schools to say, I don't let's declare war on America's four days later. And that's what propelled the United stations will. But you wedding streaming helpful before that is giving us a quarter of a million rifles, for example. And that the school is to destroy us and lots of fan as that money came in very suit off with with Lend Lease. So it wasn't today. You will entirely uninvolved how devastated Andrew was London during World War Two. I mean, a lot of people might not be aware. But the Nazis bombed the heck coddle a London didn't they they? Sure did. Yes. Absolutely. They bombed every single day for a hundred and fifty days they kill fifty thousand people in this country with that aerial bombardment, a huge areas swathes of central London devastated. Him flashing at east end where the dogs were with chest. Goes the suffer was trying to hit would devastate you too. And it was it was really nice, remarkable, courage. Is that as Londoners that we didn't break come to buckle under the under the stress in Russia? Did you find anything surprising when you were putting the biography Churchill walking with destiny together? Oh, yes. Lots of things. And I was very fortunate that seven imagine Steve McQueen allows me to be the first chat show should be to use. Her father's diaries and King George the six Mets Churchill every Tuesday, the second mobile and write down what Churchill Churchill trusted him with all the great secrets of the second mobile. All the outset quit, see Kristen UPS secrets and so on and grand strategy. And so so there's been extraordinarily helpful the kings dire is one of the things that they do and makes clear is how frustrated Chacha was the Americans were not getting more involved with the race house administration isn't couldn't sort of declare war on Hitler because he sold a great wolf. Civilization and democracy, and he was very irritated ready to that he won't getting more involved than US. We got pulled into the war. Of course. So with the Japanese December seventh nineteen forty one. What was it that got us involved with helping Britain against Germany? Well, firstly. It was Adolf Hitler declaring war on you on the eleventh of December nineteen forty one say four days later, but even then the the people that depends again, those award apartments it was time. They had already planned to Germany first policy. That's the word given to the name given to the overall strategic plan is the United States, which was to take out stronger. If the fascist powers, I Nazi Germany before then turning on the power that actually it's schools in the Pacific, which was imperial Japan entry Churchill was the prime minister. During the war. And then he was out. And then he came back again what got him back in. Well, the the socialist government from nineteen forty five to fifty one. Also, the things that went picky popular with the British people mass nationalization imposition of a very extensive welfare states and so on and so by nineteen fifty one the country was that was pretty poor. And there was a long period of charity people still had rationing, and and they were sick and tired of this and win Winston Churchill often more sort of free market solution. I'm people days before it was he a war planner was he very good at that. Or did he leave that to his military? No, he was very good plan of he used to have great rows with the military. They would the Chiesa stuff would stay up so fair talk in the morning nine off tonight, arguing about west pack and wins with which countries and so on so the actual grand strategy that we adopted was.

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"bill hubbard" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"bill hubbard" Discussed on KTOK

"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me tell you a little bit about our guest Andrew Roberts. His book is called Churchill walking with destiny. Dr Andrew Roberts has a PHD from Cambridge University a visiting professor at the war. Studies department of King's College in London, the Lehrman institute distinguished lecturer at the New York historical society, author of thirteen plus books is a trustee of the international Churchill society the Margaret Thatcher archive trust in the national portrait gallery. Andrew the clip that I played pretty remarkable speech during those days, wasn't it. You know, it's still has the capacity to make my spine tingling as what's it? It's never failed to have a physical effect. Call me when I had them. Do. We have statesman like Churchill and Roosevelt during that era. Do we have them around anymore? We really, but we're lucky in a sense because we haven't got a World War. Winston Churchill would not have become prime minister had there not been a a global catastrophe on the whole World War. He was wildly and widely mistrusted by the body during the nineteen sixties even though he was the first right about the Nazis when they were getting it wrong. And actually one of the things is that the time makes the mind, and it certainly did in this case was he loved in England during his time period. Oh, absolutely worshipped. He will he run ninety percents approval ratings pretty much throughout the whole of the period from nineteen forty to nineteen forty five which is an extension things never been seen before. Or since by any British Prime minister, Andrew you've been writing about Churchill for more than thirty years. What was it that caught your your interest? He's just the giant. He's great. Somebody who has really dominated the fifty years since he died, which is pretty impressive for any statesman. And and say he's been in Napa presence also at my life, ready, either the the Churchill movie, I think that came out recently has got a lot of people at least interested in Churchill and knowledgeable about him most people who weren't born until well after World War Two probably don't even know who he was. Well, I was eighteen years after World War Two, and I love that movie. It I thought Gary opens that process aches, and he's acting in the way he cooled Winston Churchill. Swing clean is. I was was ready sleeper. Very impressive performance. But we know who he was because he was in many ways because. Every. Yeah. Hit bay until the until Hitler invaded Russia. And then also it's in the United States was he able to get the United States involved in the war trying to Naper. Of course, ultimately that wasn't internal decision of yours. And also, it did take the Japanese Bill Hubbard a school to say. I don't okay, let's declare war on America's four days later. And that's what propelled Abby nice stations. But you will be extremely helpful before that with giving us a quarter of a million rifles at for example, and the school is to destroyers and lots of that money came in very soon afterwards Lend Lease so it wasn't as you will entirely on involve how devastated Andrew was London during World War Two. I mean, a lot of people might not be aware, but the Nazis bomb the heck on a London. Didn't they showed it? Yes. Absolutely. They bombed every single day for a hundred and fifty days, they kill fifty thousand people in this country with that aerial bombardment, a huge areas swathes of central London Medeva stated in flashing at east end where the dogs were whichever. Go the Lesotho was trying to hit. Would devastate you too. And it was it was really nice, remarkable, courage. Is that as Londoners that we didn't break come buckle under the under the stress in Russia? Did you find anything surprising when you were putting the biography Churchill walking with destiny together? Oh, yes. Lots of things. And I was very fortunate that them imagine typically allows me to be the first show Baiocco set should be up to use. Her father's diaries and King George the six Mets Churchill every Tuesday. It's the second mobile and write down what Churchill Churchill trusted him with all the great secrets of the second mobile, the outdrew he quit secrets secrets and so on and grand strategy and say say there's been extraordinarily helpful the kings dire is one of the things that they do and makes clear is how frustrated Churchill was the Americans were not getting more involved with the race outs. Administration. Isn't didn't? Of declare war on because he sold the second world wars a great wolf. Civilization and democracy, and he was very irritated ready to some that he won't getting more involved than US. We got pulled into the war, of course. So with the Japanese December seventh nineteen forty one. What was it that got us involved with helping Britain against Germany? Well, firstly. It was Adolf Hitler declaring war on you on the eleventh since December nineteenth will say four days later. But even then the the people at the Pentagon knows the war department is it was time. They had already planned to Germany first policy. That's the woods given to the name given to the overall strategic plan if the United States, which was to take out the stronger of the fascist powers, I Nazi Germany before then turning on the power that actually it's in the Pacific, which was imperial Japan. Andrew Churchill was the prime minister. During the war. And then he was out. And then he came back again what got him back in. Well, the the socialist government from nineteen forty five to fifty one. Did all sorts of things went picky popular with the British people mass nationalization imposition of a very extensive welfare states and so on and so by nineteen fifty one the country was that was pretty poor. And there was this long period of territory. People still had rationing. And and they were sick and tired of it. When Winston Churchill offered and more sort of fat free market sedation. I'm people David for it was he a war planner was he very good at that. Or did he leave that to his military? No, he was very good plan of he used to have great rows with the military. They would Chiesa stuff would stay up till three o'clock in the morning nights off tonight, arguing within about wet pack win to attack which countries and so on and so the.

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"bill hubbard" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"bill hubbard" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me tell you a little bit about our guest Andrew Roberts. His book is called Churchill walking with destiny. Dr Andrew Roberts has a PHD from Cambridge University a visiting professor at the war. Studies department of King's College in London, the Lehrman institute distinguished lecturer at the New York historical society, author of thirteen plus books is a trustee of the international Churchill society the Margaret Thatcher archive trust and the national portrait gallery. Andrew the clip that I played pretty remarkable speech during those days, wasn't it. You know, it's still has the capacity to make my spine tingling. As words, it's it's never failed to have a physical effect told me when I had them. Do. We have statesman like Churchill and Roosevelt during that era. Do we have them around anymore? We really put some we're looking offense because we haven't got a World War. Winston Churchill would not have become prime minister had not been a a global catastrophe on the whole World War. He was why wildly and widely mistrusted by the conservative party. During the nineteen sixties even though he was supposed to be put it right about the Nazis when they were getting it wrong and say, actually, one of the things is that the time makes the mind, and it certainly did in this case was he loved in England during his time period. Oh, absolutely worshipped. He won ninety percents approval ratings pretty much throughout the whole of the period from nineteen forty to nineteen forty five which is Nick stunning things never been seen before. Or since by any British Prime minister, Andrew you've been writing about Churchill for more than thirty years. What was it that caught your your interest? Well, he's just the giant teeth. He's the great. Somebody who has really dominated the fifty years since he died, which is pretty impressive for any statesman and say he's been in April presence, also at my life, ready, either the the Churchill movie, I think that came out recently has got a lot of people at least interested in Churchill and knowledgeable about him most people who weren't born until well after World War Two probably don't even know who he was. Well, he was born eighteen years after web will tell you, and I love that movie. So Gary oldman's that process aches, and he's acting in the way, he cou Winston Churchill's twinkling is I was was ready CPA, and they're very impressive performance. But we know who he was because he was in many ways the person who. Yeah. Hit bay until the until Hitler invaded Russia. And then also with cool. Indicate war in the United States. Was he able to get the United States involved in the war? To me. Of course, ultimately that wasn't internal decision of yours. And also, it did take the Japanese type Bill Hubbard schools, but also I don't fit. Let's be clear war on America four days later. And that's what held Abby nice stations will. But you were being extremely helpful before that with giving us a quarter of a million rifles, for example, and that the school is fifty destroyers and lots of that money came in very suit off with with lend. Lease it wasn't as you will entirely on involve. That's how devastated Andrew was London during World War Two. I mean, a lot of people might not be aware. But the Nazis bombed the heck of London didn't they they it? Yes. Absolutely. They bombed every single day for a hundred and fifty days they kill fifty thousand people in this country for with that aerial bombardment. A huge areas swathes of central London Medeva station, flashing at east end where the dogs were which go see Lesotho was trying to hit would devastate you too. And it was it was really nice, remarkable, courage. Is that as Londoners that we didn't break comes and buckle under the under the stress in Russia. Did you find anything surprising when you were putting the biography Churchill walking with destiny together? Oh, yes. Lots of things. And I was very fortunate that majesty clean allows me to be the Tuchel Baiocco fat should be able to use. Her father's diaries and King George the six Mets church every Tuesday. It's the second mobile and write down what Churchill Tolkien trusted him with all the great secrets of the second mobile, the ultra secret secrets new PSE, Chris and so on and grand strategy. And so so there's been extraordinarily helpful the kings. Dive is one of the things that they do and makes clear is how frustrated was the Americans are not getting more involved. The race administration. Didn't didn't declare war on Hitler? Because he sold a second. Great wolf. Civilization and democracy. And he was very imitated ready to some that he won't getting more involved than US. We got pulled into the war, of course. So with the Japanese December seventh nineteen forty one. What was it that got us involved with helping Britain against Germany? Well, firstly. It was Adolf Hitler declaring war on you on the eleventh of December nineteen four say four days later, but even then the the people at the Pentagon or the war department is it was time they had already planned to Germany first policy. That's the words given to the name given to the overall strategic plan if the United States, which was to take out stronger of the factories powers. I e Nazi Germany before then turning on the power that actually it's schools in the Pacific, which was imperial Japan. Churchill was the prime minister during the war. And then he was out. And then he came back again what got him back in. Well, the secessionist government from nineteen forty five to fifty one. It also things went popular with the British people mass nationalization imposition of a very extensive welfare states and so on and so by nineteen fifty one the country was that was pretty poor. And there was this long period of austerity people still had rationing, and and they were sick and tired of it and Winston Churchill offered a more sort of fast free market solution. I'm people daisy for it was he a war planner was very good at that. Or did he leave that to his military? No, he was very good plan. He used to have great rows with the military. They would the Chiesa stuff would stay out so faith lock in the morning nights off tonight arguing about west was hacking win to attack which countries and so on. I'm so the actual grand strategy that we adopted was the result of a sort of creative tension between the Chiesa stuff and Churchill, but he required basis into. Their input. So he very much did not sit back and allow the generals to get on with the war. Where did your travels take? You researching this book pace? I went to Cuba. I'm WeChat show at his first shot sided Ango in central Cuba. I went to the place where Chechen across the Rhine notch nineteen forty five. I went to the peninsula where he has.

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"bill hubbard" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"bill hubbard" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Point one FM. Welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me tell you a little bit about our guest Andrew Roberts. His book is called Churchill walking with destiny. Dr Andrew Roberts has a PHD from Cambridge University a visiting professor at the war. Studies department of King's College in London, the Lehrman institute distinguished lecturer at the New York. Historical society, author of thirteen books is a trustee of the international Churchill society the Margaret Thatcher archive trust and the national portrait gallery. Andrew the clip that I played pretty remarkable speech during those days, wasn't it. You know, it still has the capacity to make my spine tingling as would it. It's never failed to have a physical effect told me when I had them. Do. We have statesman like Churchill and Roosevelt during that era. Do we have them around anymore? We really, but we're lucky in a sense because we haven't got a World War. Winston Churchill would not have become prime minister had there not been a a global catastrophe. Sort of level also World War. He was wildly and widely mistrusted by. During the nineteen sixties even though he was the first could it right about that? And the Nazis when they were getting it wrong and say, actually, one of the things is that the the time makes the mind, and it certainly did in this case was he loved in England during his time period. Oh, absolutely worshipped. He will he run ninety percents approval ratings pretty much throughout the whole of the period from nineteen forty to nineteen forty five which is Nick stunning never been seen before. Or since by anybody's prime minister. Andrew you've been writing about Churchill for more than thirty years. What was it that caught your your interest? Oh, well, he's just a giant isn't he he's the great? Somebody who has really dominated. And the fifty years since he died, which is pretty impressive for any statesman. And and say he's been in the presence at my life ready. You're the Churchill movie, I think that came out recently has got a lot of people at least interested in Churchill and knowledgeable about him most people who weren't born until well after World War Two probably don't even know who he was. Well, I was eighteen years. And I love that movie. It I feel Gary open perspective, and he's acting in the way he cooled. Winston Churchill's twinkling is I was that was ready CPA and very impressive performance. But we know who he was because he was in many ways the person who. Yeah. Katz hit bay until the until Hitler invaded Russia and then. Also, the will in the United States was he able to get the United States involved in the war Detroit to Naper. And of course, ultimately that wasn't internal decision of yours. And also it did take the Japanese to attack Bill Hubbard schools to say, I'd okay, let's declare war on America four days later. And that's what held at the United States will be extremely helpful full that with giving us a quarter of a million rifles, for example, and that the school is fifty destroyers and lots of that money came in very suit off with with Lend Lease. So it wasn't as you will entirely on in both how devastated Andrew was London during World War Two. I mean, a lot of people might not be aware. But the Nazis bombed the heck out of London. Didn't they showed it? Yes. Absolutely. They filmed every single day for a hundred and thirty gays. They kill fifty thousand people in this country with that aerial bombardment, a huge areas swathes of central London Medeva station, flashing at east end where the dogs were with chest goes the Lesotho was trying to hit would devastate you too. And it was it was really nice remarkable courage is that as Londoners that we didn't break come to buckle under this under the stress in Russia. Did you find anything surprising when you were putting the biography Churchill walking with destiny together? Oh, yes. Lots of things. And I was very fortunate that seven majesty clean allows me to be the first show. Baiocco fat should be up to use. Her father's diaries and King George the six Mets church every Tuesday. It's the second mobile and breakdown what Churchill Churchill trusting all the great secrets of the second mobile out trust quit secrets than UPS secrets and so on and grand strategy and say say there's been extraordinarily helpful the kings dire is one of the things that they do and makes clear is how frustrated towards the Americans were not get more involved race house administration didn't didn't sort of declare war on Hitler because he sold. Second. World War is a great wolf. Civilization and democracy, and he was very irritated ready to some that he went getting more involved than US. We got pulled into the war, of course, with the Japanese December seventh nineteen forty one. What was it that got us involved with helping Britain against Germany? Well, firstly it was out of Hitler declaring war on you on the eleventh, December nineteen four say four days later, but even then the the people that depends again, though, the war department is it was time. They had already planned to Germany first policy. That's the woods given to the name given to the overall strategic plan if the United States, which was to take out stronger, if the fascist powers, I Nazi Germany before then turning on the power that actually in the Pacific, which was interior Japan and Churchill was the prime minister. During the war. And then he was out. And then he came back again what got him back in. Well, the the socialist government from nineteen forty five to fifty one and all sorts of things went picky popular with the British people mass nationalization imposition of a very extensive welfare states and so on and so by nineteen fifty one the country was that was pretty poor into. There was a long period of territory, people still had rationing, and and they were sick and tired of it. And when Winston Churchill for the more sort of fat free market sedation. I'm people before it was he a war planner was very good at that. Or did he leave that to his military? No, he was very good plan of he used to have great rows with the military. They would the Chiesa stuff would stay out so clock in the morning night after night arguing within about west win to attack which countries and so on. I'm so the.

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"bill hubbard" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"bill hubbard" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"WFL a. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me tell you a little bit about our guest Andrew Roberts. His book is called Churchill walking with destiny. Dr Andrew Roberts has a PHD from Cambridge University a visiting professor at the war. Studies department of King's College in London, the Lehrman institute distinguished lecturer at the New York historical society, author of thirteen plus books is a trustee of the international Churchill society the Margaret Thatcher archive trust and the national portrait gallery. Andrew the clip that I played pretty remarkable speech during those days, wasn't it. You know, it's still has the capacity tonight. My spine tingling as words, it's never failed to have a physical effect on me when I had them. Do. We have statesman like Churchill and Roosevelt during that era. Do we have them around anymore? We really, but some we're lucky in a sense because we haven't got a World War. Winston Churchill would not have become prime minister had there not been a a global catastrophe on the sort of level. Well, he was why wildly and widely mistrusted by the conservative party during the nineteen sixties even though he was the first new put it right about the Nazis when they were getting it wrong and say actually, one of the things is that the time makes the mind, and it certainly did in this case was he loved in England during his time period. Oh, absolutely worshipped. He won ninety percents approval ratings pretty much throughout the whole of the period from one thousand nine hundred forty two nineteen forty five which is Nick stunning things never been seen before. Or since by any British Prime minister, Andrew you've been writing about Churchill for more than thirty years. What was it that caught your your interest? Oh, well, he's just the giant isn't teeth. He's a great. Somebody who has really dominated the fifty years since he died, which is pretty impressive for any statesman and say he's been in Napa presence all of my life, ready either. The the church movie, I think that came out recently has got a lot of people at least interested in Churchill and knowledgeable about him. Most people who weren't born until well after World War Two probably don't even know who he was. Well, I was eighteen years after World War Two, and I love that movie. It I thought Gary opens that process aches, and he's acting in the way he could Winston Churchill's twinkling is I was that was safer and very impressive performance. But we know who he was because he was in many ways because some who. Yeah. Katz hit bay until the until Hitler invaded Russia. And then also because the United States was he able to get the United States involved in the war Detroit to Naper. And of course, ultimately that wasn't internal decision of yours. And also, it it takes the Japanese type Bill Hubbard schools to say, I don't let's declare war on America's four days later. And that's what propelled Abby nice stations will be extremely helpful before that that giving us a quarter of a million rifles, for example, and that the school is fifty destroyers and lots of sun. That money came in very soon off with with lend. Lease it wasn't as you will entirely uninvolved. How devastated Andrew was London during World War Two. I mean, a lot of people might not be aware. But the Nazis bombed the heck out of London. Didn't they sure did? Yes. Absolutely. They bombed every single day for a hundred and thirty days they kill fifty thousand people in this country with that aerial bombardment a huge areas swathes of central London with devastating flash. At east end where the dogs were which goes, the low SAFA was trying to hit with devastates you too. And it was it was really nice remarkable courage is that as Londoners that we didn't break under and buckle under the under the stress in Russia. Did you find anything surprising when you were putting the biography Churchill walking with destiny together? Oh, yes. Lots of things, and I was very fortunate that seven Majesty Queen allows me to be the first Churchill biography should be up to use. Her father's diaries and king Jewish the six Mets church every Tuesday. It's the second mobile and breakdown what Churchill Churchill trusting with all the great secrets the second mobile, the outdrew secret secrets secrets and so on and grand strategy. And so so those been extraordinarily helpful the kings dire is one of the things that they do and makes clear is how frustrated who was that. The Americans were not getting more involved with the race house administration. Didn't didn't declare war on Hitler because he sold segma-? The great wall. Civilization and democracy, and he was very irritated ready to that. He went getting more votes than US. We got pulled into the war, of course. So with the Japanese December seventh nineteen forty one. What was it that got us involved with helping Britain against Germany? Well, firstly. It was Adolf Hitler declaring war on you on the eleventh of December nineteen forty one say four days later, but even then the the people at the Pentagon or the war department is it was time they had already planned to Germany first policy. That's the word given the name given to the overall strategic plan if the United States, which was to take out of stronger, if the fascist powers, I Nazi Germany before then turning on the power actually attacks in the Pacific, which was interior Japan and Churchill was the prime minister. During the war. And then he was out. And then he came back again what got him back in. Well, the secessionist government from nineteen forty five to fifty one. And did all sorts of things went ticky popular with the British people mass nationalization imposition of a very extensive welfare states and so on and so by nineteen fifty one the country was that was pretty poor. And there was a long period of territory. People still had rationing. And and they were sick and tired of this and win Winston Churchill often more sort of fat free market solution. I'm people days before it was he a war planner was he very good at that. Or did he leave that to his military? No, he was very good plan of he used to have great rows with the military. They would the Chiesa stuff would stay out. So fair talk in the morning nine thousand night, arguing about west pack and wins with which countries and so on and so the actual grand strategy that we adopted the results of a sort of.

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"bill hubbard" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"bill hubbard" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Time to select our autozone in the zone. College football player of the week for last week. Mr. raccoons gonna go to Mississippi State running back Kyle and hilly at seventeen carries two hundred eleven yards. And folks, the mathematics twelve point four yards per carry two touchdowns on the ground. Another one through the air in Mississippi State, thirty one to ten victory over Kansas state in Manhattan last week difficult place to play on the road. He was definitely in the zone. He's our college football player of the week. Brought to you by autozone. Get in your zone with great value offers free services that help your vehicle deliberates best performance. Let autozone. Do more for you. Get in the zone, autozone. Ten forty-three to go with the first tab, Boise state seven Oklahoma state seven the Broncos facing a third down there. Three of six on third now. But this one is third in twenty one with the ball backed up to their own twelve yard line, Boise. Call a timeout to talk things over while Menem is really flipped in the last couple of minutes. Not only was it. The. Offense touchdown defense with a couple of big plays in. You're right. Ryan they had some third down conversions earlier back in the first quarter. But that was on third two third three thirty four this one a completely different situation. Just look for a quarterback drawers screen pass here. If you're though Oklahoma state defense, they need the thirty three for a first down Rippin is in the gun with Madison to his left rear receivers out to the right one receiver left Rippin the shotgun. He's got the snap gonna handed off Madison wanting straight ahead. It's just a couple of yards before he is wrapped up and drop. Took it across the fifteen out to the seventeen. It'll be a gain of five Calvin bondage, Drake harder, combined on the stop Boise goes three and out for the first night of the ball game of the Broncos will put it away sometimes as a head coach Bryan Hartson your offense coordinator, Zach hill. You have to understand what's going on in the game. You get backed up big time offense the defense made a couple of big plays. There's no reason to try to dial up someplace where you're gonna get twenty two yards in the past. And just see if you could flip the field play. Field position to come out and play defense. When skilling will put it away. Dylan snowed are waiting at his own forty five years or snapper coming after him. And they block the point. Back to outside the five yard line. Amen aqua- mea is the one who came through and blocked the kick at Oklahoma state is gonna have a first down a goal. And this place has come on blue. Partner you talked earlier the game about this Oklahoma state team being third in the country and blocked kicks its twenty thirteen with twenty one twenty two. You mentioned Audubon meager he ends up getting there, but it was probably two other Oklahoma state players that had a chance to get there. A lot of times these teams at college set up that wedge that's about five yards in front of the punter. There was three orange jerseys that just crashed into it. Audubon Megan got through it gets his hand on the punt. I not a goal from the seven was either side, Cornelius and Hilda was left kingdom was right. Cornelis bring a receiver goes from the left. Here's the snap. Cornelius with people on the website has down to the law, and he almost scored Taylor. Cordelia is the big body dragging tacklers soda Tani Louis eventually made the stop. It'll be second down a goal from the one Cowboys changing personnel. They're going to bring a couple of tight ends into the ball game. Stowed it will be the single wide receiver. He's to the left. It'll be three backs in the backfield. Cornelius is in the pistol formation with hill lined up behind. Here's the snap. Cornelius this hands it off the hill. He goes straight ahead and got back to the line of spinach. That's it. No gain on the play and the third down and goal from the one yard line will Hefner getting into make the stock. On the web tash. States since two receivers out to the right side of the coordination hill was one of these up inside a store backs than other Sada Cornelius Bill Hubbard is in the ball game out of the right now he'll boatswain's back into the back. You'll giving them three bags for New Year's fix the shotgun. Snap Cornelius with people outside the end zone. Touchdown Oklahoma state. All one yard touchdown run. By the quarterback Taylor. Cornelius with eight forty three to go with the second quarter. The Cowboys had taken a thirteen to seven.

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"bill hubbard" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"bill hubbard" Discussed on WDRC

"The songs jingles promotions and everything you remember about the legendary the big d is back only on the talk of connecticut this is fox on justice a natural disaster often brings out the best in people neighbor helping neighbor sometimes the other side of humanity emerges when disaster strikes two recent examples from the big island of hawaii dealing with the kellaway of all k know as residents of nearby leilani estates evacuated police say alexandru stingl dragomir took advantage breaking into two homes and the third building and helping himself he's now charged with burglary and then there was a bizarre incident as some leyla knee residents stood around at the intersection of cow kyw and maka may streets according to police bill hubbard roared up in his pickup truck demanded that everyone get out of there a video taken by one of the people show some pushing and shoving punches thrown than hubbard seems to pull out a gun and fire two shots not hitting anybody hubbard's been arrested on a number of charges and amidst the angry human actions and angry kill away of all keno continues to send out lava with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox news fox onset sharing services like uber and lift or ways to get home if you've had too much to drink but drunk passengers have been problematic for the drivers who has applied for a patent for a system that would use machine learning to determine what kind of state passenger is in the idea helped drivers get a better understanding of just what kind of mood passenger is in when they pick them up according to the patent application uber will take information from users smartphone.

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"bill hubbard" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"bill hubbard" Discussed on WDRC

"Get social with us the talk of connecticut is all over social media and we want you to join us like us on facebook follow us on twitter and check out our pictures on instagram just talk of ct and that's us get your news and information from the talk of connecticut on your phone ipad and desktop look for the talk of connecticut all over your news feed internet this is fox on justice a natural disaster often brings out the best in people neighbor helping neighbor sometimes the other side of humanity emerges when disaster strikes two recent examples from the big island of hawaii dealing with the kilowatt volcano as residents of nearby leilani estates evacuated police say alexandru dragomir took advantage breaking into two homes and the third building and helping himself he's now charged with burglary and then there was a bizarre incident as some leyla knee residents stood around at the intersection of cow kyw and maka may streets according to police bill hubbard roared up in his pickup truck demanded that everyone get out of there a video taken by one of the people show some pushing and shoving punches thrown than hubbard seems to pull out a gun and fire two shots not hitting anybody hubbard's been arrested on a number of charges and amidst the angry human actions and angry killilea volcano continues to send out lava with fox on jus hank weinbloom fox news.

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"bill hubbard" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"bill hubbard" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The scores a little later have already done so throughout the first hour but kept my good pal biff fisher from armadillo sports kept him over a little bit wanted to get his take on some of the stuff i'm going to go rapid fire biff so you don't have to elaborate too much but let me go back let's review a little bit from the weekend and you know your take on boy i purdue gutting it out against butler without isaac haas yeah they put a brace on his elbow and tried to get him to play with the fourteen couldn't hear raises his arm to shoot the ball team across the espn he's not gonna play the rest of the year try they went to the the schools themselves and tried to see if the kids could come up with some type of brace that would still be within ncaa regulations as far as what he could wear and again you have to be careful can't be anything that's going to be too hard or can create some type of advantage or that can injure another opposing players let's see i wanted to get your take on kansas seen hall i just thought kansas found a way to get it done the hall or i thought they should've kept attacking the middle and taking it as a boo gay and and they relied on you know too many shots from the outside but you know it's a good solid seton hall team and they had a chance to be kansas kid said we played the best we possibly could he said that after the game had twenty three rebounds he's the first player since phil hubbard nineteen seventy seven to get twenty three rebounds or more in an ncaa tournament game for for the first time a guy that got over twenty points and twenty rebounds for that team to lose and bill hubbard when he did it they beat detroit eighty seven eighty one the coach at detroit dick by towel wow very go the titans i know not even the greatest coach but parlayed it into pretty good broadcasting career all right for about a month before he also had true that's that's exactly.

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