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The National Churchill Museum is bringing the timeless lessons of history to a new generation through an increased commitment to educational outreach and an exciting new documentary entitled “Winston Churchill’s Epic ‘Iron Curtain’ Speech: History Alive Today.”

You can listen to Dr. Rob Havers, Executive Director of the National Churchill Museum, speak about the documentary and an upcoming screening of it in St. Louis and a showing on Nine PBS (KETC) in two radio interviews tomorrow (Tuesday, September 10).

You can catch him on longtime St. Louis radio host Charlie Brennan’s show at 10 a.m. on KMOX radio.

Then you can not only listen to him again from noon to  1 p.m. that same day on St. Louis on the Air, a KWMU program, but you can call in questions for Dr. Havers to host Don Marsh by phoning 314-382-TALK (8255).

If you have friends or family in the St. Louis area, please alert them about these radio broadcasts tomorrow.

Also invite your friends and family to attend the St. Louis screening of the documentary at a free, public reception from 5:30-7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, September 18, in the newly renovated Central Library of the St. Louis Public Library downtown.

Those interested can register to attend at https://churchillstl.eventbrite.com

“History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.”

Winston S. Churchill