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'If I were able to cross your threshold, and speak to you myself. . .'

'If I were able to cross your threshold, and speak to you myself. . .' King George VI speaks to the British people at the beginning of World War II.

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jlh:

By the way have you seen The King's Speech? It is a wonderful job by a whole crowd of real professionals. The speech itself was a climax for me in a way I did not expect--the bank of radios to the far-flung corners of the empire suddenly and unexpectedly gave scope to an enormous enterprise. How lucky was it that Edward abdicated!

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