CHAPTER-14 I AM FROM NOW ON JUST FIRST SOLDIER OF THE REICH

I feel it is always necessary for me to put up my perception at front before talking about the speech, especially about the orator, whom I will comprehend below. Today’s speaker was an important person in the world history and somehow has managed to stay alive in the minds of almost every human living on…

CHAPTER- 13 A DATE WHICH WILL LIVE IN INFAMY

This speech again had something very common to my interest! It was delivered by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, on 8th December 1941, a day after attack on pearl harbour by Japan. Honestly, this speech was one of the shortest speeches so far in the book, but still it took me a while to understand the…

CHAPTER-12 THE CONGRESS AND THE MUSLIMS

This speech was delivered by the 3rd president of Indian National Congress, Badruddin Tyabji (who was first Muslim president of the congress) back in 1887. This speech shared the ideology of Tyabji for the congress as united endeavour for independent nation. This eloquent speaker, commenced with his concern for not attending the previous of the…

CHAPTER-10 POWER TO THE SOVIETS

This speech holds its mark in Pravada No. 99, on 18 July, 1917. Also referred as one of the historical slogans as “All power to the Soviet”, the great communist believer, Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (Lenin) who followed Karl Marx’s beliefs, evokes a certain set of beliefs in his speech. Not only he showcased how the…

CHAPTER-09 I AM HERE AS A SOLDIER

Shall I consider myself a truly blessed soul? I was in utter need of faith and courage when I started reading this speech. And yes in case you haven’t seen my heart to ❤ post, then I request you to go read it once before restoring your eyes to this post [click here to read]….

CHAPTER-08 THE ILBERT BILL AND FREEDOM MOVEMENT

Phirozeshah M. Mehta, one of the pioneer leader and co-founder of Indian National congress, and  a great orator with legal background, delivered this speech on April 28th 1883. In this speech the great leader ridiculed the “Ilbert Bill” as a privilege given to white people particularly British, where no Indian judge could summon the court…

CHAPTER-07 ARE WOMEN PERSONS?

So, the orator of this beautiful speech was Susan B. Anthony. She was well known social reformer of the 19th century, who worked in the field of equality, especially women rights. This speech was delivered in 1873, after her arrest for casting illegal vote for presidential election of 1872 in US. She was tried and…

CHAPTER-06 GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE

In class 9th, when I was not been able to express democracy, I would proudly write the most popular definition of the democracy by Lincoln and I scored well every time. Little did I know that this sentence had very beautiful meaning, deep-rooted in itself, which I would be made aware after so many years….