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Infamous speeches : from Robespierre to Osama bin Laden

(2011)
The principles of political morality" (February 5, 1794) / Maximilien Marie Isidore Robespierre. Address to his troops at the beginning of the Russian Campaign (May 1812) / Napoleon Bonaparte. "Indian removal" (December 7, 1835) / President Andrew Jackson. "We of the South will not, cannot, surrender our institutions" (February 6, 1837) / John C. Calhoun. "On withdrawal from the Union" (January 21, 1861) / Jefferson Davis. Opening address at the Geographical Conference on Africa (September 12, 1876) / King Leopold II. "A plea for imperial armament" (February 6, 1888) / Otto von Bismarck. "The future of the British Empire" (November 6, 1895) / Joseph Chamberlain. "If this be imperialism, its final end will be the empire of the Son of Man" (January 9, 1900) / Albert Jeremiah Beveridge. "The sword must decide" (August 6, 1914) / Kaiser Wilhelm II. On the dissolution of the Constituent Assembly (January 6, 1918) / Vladimir Lenin. The Scopes "Monkey Trial" (July 16, 1925) / William Jennings Bryan. "Our Hitler" (April 20, 1933) / Joseph Goebbels. "We have been patient with Ethiopia for forty years" (October 2, 1935) / Benito Mussolini. "Defects in party work and measures for liquidating Trotskyite and other double dealers" (March 3, 1937) / Josef Stalin. "The Munich Agreement" (October 3, 1938) / Neville Chamberlain. "The meaning of the Soviet-German non-aggression pact" (August 31, 1939) / V.M. Molotov. "America first" (September 11, 1941) / Charles A. Lindbergh. "Nothing is impossible for the German soldier" (May 4, 1941) / Adolph Hitler. Radio speech #6 from Fascist Italy (January 29, 1942) / Ezra Pound. --