A Speech is a way of conversing with crowds of people about a topic or issue that the speaker feels confident and passionate about. It can convey point of view, fact, fiction, news or simply be a way of communicating with a large group of people in a serious or humorous way.

Famous speechesEdit

Famous speeches include:

Gettysburg Address by Abraham Lincoln.

We shall fight on the beaches by Winston Churchill.

This was their finest hour by Winston Churchill.

A date which will live in infamy by Franklin D. Roosevelt.

The Iron Curtain by Winston Churchill.

Ask what you can do for your country by John F. Kennedy.

I Have a Dream by Martin Luther King Jr.

Rivers of Blood Speech by Enoch Powell.

Richard Nixon's resignation speech by Richard M. Nixon.

Tear down this wall by Ronald Reagan.

I Have Sinned by Bill Clinton.

War with Iraq Address to the Nation 20/03/2003 by Tony Blair.