EST. 1903 - Presenting global influential leaders from business, labour, education & government through events
Lauder, Sir Harry
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A synopsis of this informal address is published. The aftermath of the war; the wrangling of the nations; the consequent difficulties in carrying on trade and commerce; the necessity for nations to get together on a friendly basis. The great English-speaking peoples to lead the way, and where there are difficulties, those with a grievance to come together with their British brothers to talk them over and, in the spirit of friendship and fair, find and way out and let justice be done. What turned the tide of war and brought victory. The getting together of the troops from every part of the British Empire, and from the United States. The speaker ended with a song which he composed.