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Speech notes for WSC's speech (7 May, The Hague [The Netherlands]) at the Congress of Europe entitled "The grand design" including: the progress of European integration and support from the United States for the Marshall Plan; the origins of European unity and the Grand Design of King Henry IV of France; the importance of forgetting the hatreds of the past, of mutual economic and military aid, closer political unity and maintaining progress; the speech he made at Zurich [entitled "The tragedy of Europe" see CHUR 5/8]; welcome to the German delegation; reconstruction in Europe without rebuilding German military power; the Marshall Plan; the need to include states in the east and south-east of Europe; support from the United States for a United Europe; the need to aim for world unity including the third gt [great] and equal power [the Soviet Union] in spite of its discordant attitude and policy; the need to confront all forms of tyranny Nazi and Communist so that we sh [shall] move together into a happier sunlit age masters of all the science, the abundance and the glories of the future. Source material includes notes by William Deakin on the grand design of King Henry IV of France and suggestions from Walter Layton and ?Leo Amery. Also includes pamphlets containing the speech and a French translation of the speech. Published: Complete Speeches VII, pp 7635-9.
Speech notes for WSC's speech (9 May, The Square, Amsterdam) at an open air meeting on the United Europe congress on the links between Great Britain and the Netherlands; the achievements of John, 1st Duke of Marlborough in the Netherlands; and the progress of European integration. Published: Complete Speeches VII, pp 7640-41.
Speech notes for WSC's speech (11 May, Royal Palace, Oslo, Norway) on WSC's wartime speeches and the support given to Great Britain by the Norwegian navy during World War II. Also includes a copy of the speech made by the King of Norway. Published: Complete Speeches VII, pp 7642-3.
Speech notes for WSC's speech (12 May, University of Oslo) entitled "The flame of Christian ethics" on receiving an honorary degree including the importance of continuing education throughout one's life; the role and importance of a university education; and the importance of science. Also includes papers about the occasion. Published: Complete Speeches VII, pp 7643-5.
Summary of WSC's speech (12 May, Hotel Bristol, Oslo) entitled "To end bitterness". Also includes a copy of the speech made by Jacobs Muller, a Professor of Oslo university about WSC. Published: Complete Speeches VII, pp 7645-7.
Speech notes for WSC's speech (13 May, Norwegian parliament) on parliamentary democracy and the Norwegian constitution, the spirit of Norway during World War II, and the importance of parliaments in wartime. Published: Complete Speeches VII, pp 7648-9.
Speech notes for WSC's speech (13 May, City Hall, Oslo) entitled "Why must we always fight?" on the need to defend freedom and the contribution made by Norway during World War II. Published: Complete Speeches VII, pp 7647-8.
Speech notes for WSC's speech (13 May, Round Table Club, Grand Hotel, Oslo) on King Arthur and WSC's impressions of Norway.
Speech notes for WSC's speech (Westminster Abbey, London) at the unveiling of a memorial to the submarine, commando and airborne forces on the sacrifices made during the war. Published: Complete Speeches VII, pp 7649-51.
Speech notes for WSC's speech (28 May, Perth, Scotland) to the Scottish Unionist Association entitled "The evils of Socialist government" on subjects including: the fall of the South African government under General Jan Smuts; a tribute to Smuts; events in Europe; criticism of the Labour government's policy on issues including nationalisation of industries and the withdrawal of troops from Palestine; the importance of democracy; Conservative policy on housing and the Industrial Charter. Source material includes: notes on clothing coupons, agriculture, inflation, the South African election; notes and suggestions from Sir Arthur Young [Scottish Unionist Whip]; correspondence from Reginald Maudling of the Conservative Party Secretariat and Patrick Buchan-Hepburn [later 1st Lord Hailes], the Conservative Chief Whip; and a copy of a letter from 1st Lord Woolton [earlier Frederick Marquis, Chairman, Conservative and Unionist Central Office]. Published: Complete Speeches VII, pp 7652-60.
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|CHUR 5/18/23-53||"The Grand Design"||07 May 1948|