The courageous symbol of the determined leadership that brought victory to Britain: Sir Winston Churchill

The extremely courageous leadership he gave to Britain during the war.

Do you know who is the creator of the symbol that signifies victory by showing the letter V with two fingers? This is the owner. Winston Churchill. A great man who twice held the office of Prime Minister of Britain. Churchill was the man who led Britain from 1940 to 1945 during World War II and from 1951 to 1955. As Churchill puts it, there are two things that remind the world of his character.

The extremely courageous leadership he gave to Britain during the war.

Lifelong alcoholism.

Churchill was a drunkard in the fullest sense of the word. There were occasions when political opponents used it to try to destroy him. Churchill's drunkenness was once attacked in the British Parliament by Bessie Brodock.

"Churchill, you're drunk." You are intoxicated in a shameful way. "

Churchill was not one to be offended by insults. There is a well-known saying by Churchill, "Just as a man must have the courage to stand up and listen patiently." Churchill allowed Broddock to speak. Finally, I got up.

"Please, my dear Bessie. I'm drunk. But by tomorrow morning, my addiction will be gone. But look at your ugliness. It will be the same tomorrow morning. " Churchill hit Bessie with a thin thread.

Another day, MP Nancy Astor told Archbishop Winston Churchill:

"If you're my man, I'm definitely going to finish your cup of coffee."

Churchill stood up and answered. "Oh, if you were my wife, I would gladly drink that cup of coffee and die." Eventually, Nancy retreated amidst the laughter of the congregation.

Churchill was a man who did his job well, no matter how drunk he was. He was late waking up. But he was always vigilant about his decisions about the country. An MP in Parliament once asked what Churchill's policy was on World War II.

Its Victory, Victory, and Victory-First, Second, and Third Our policy is to win. In this war, this terrorist challenge to mankind must be defeated with God's backing, whether on land or by air. Without victory, our nation would not exist. For the survival of the nation, for the survival of Britain, the only option is victory. That is our ultimate policy. "

Churchill visited homes and factories that had been bombed. The crowd called out. He roared only at the victory. The V-mark comes from a rally held by Churchill in anticipation of a British war victory. Churchill's speeches helped draw thousands of British youths to the battlefield. He led Britain in the fullest sense of the word.

"remember. We will not retreat or be defeated. The British are sure to fight on land and at sea. We will definitely fight in France. No matter how many lives we save, we must protect our country on the ground as well as in the air. Friends, we must fight on the beach. We must fight on land. At the top of the mountain, in the valley, not only in the valley, we fight on the roads. No matter what we do, we do not do one thing. We will never surrender to the enemy. "

Churchill's words touched the hearts of the British. They knew from that look that he had defended Britain. After the fall of France in the face of the enemy, Churchill feared that the Germans would use their French warships to fight against Britain. He is not a thinker when it comes to making a decision. Right or wrong, he activated it. Churchill destroyed six of France's foremost warships during the Battle of Oran. He knew that thousands of former French servicemen on those ships would die. He also knew that he was pointing the finger at him. But he believed that the French could not sacrifice the lives of millions of British people for the lives of thousands of slaves. He made decisions about it.

Churchill is still a symbol of leadership to the world today. A leader who makes decisions by believing in himself and his own front without any fear or optimism in the name of optimism. In fact, for a student of leadership, Churchill's story is a handbook.

A good day is when you can make decisions like Churchill.

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