Joseph Kennedy speculates on morale of British and Germans during speech in Washington D.C.
Washington DC USA Date:1941 Duration:49 sec Sound:Yes
Former U.S. Ambassador to UK, Joseph Kennedy, records a speech in Washington DC., United States during World War II. He speaks about the remarkable morale and courage of the British people and questions whether the Germans are just as tough. He says a prediction, now, of England's defeat, would be senseless.
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