1.- Martin Luther King
Known as 'I have a dream', it is one of the most recognized and important speeches within the history of civil rights.
2.- Winston Churchill
"We will never surrender!" No doubt helped the English people to resist the bombing of Hitler.
3.- Abraham Lincoln
With just 300 words, Lincoln defined the concept of modern democracy and appealed to the rebirth of the United States as a nation. He began by abolishing slavery.
Stalin spoke on November 7, 1941, while the Germans arrived in Moscow. It was a turning point as it lifted the mood of the Soviet Union.
5.- Che Guevara
The Cuban leader went to the UN to talk about current issues that were pressing the island and to reaffirm the character of the revolution.This website contains opinionated posts. View at your own discretion.
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