We hope the following online resources will help in your research.

James C. Humes, Churchill biographer and speechwriter for nine presidents, has used the speeches of Sir Winston Churchill to reveal five steps to creating an effective speech.  A summary of Humes’ advice, provided in his book, The Sir Winston Method, provides useful guidance for both students and teachers wishing to create effective speeches.  The five secrets of the art of sounding like a leader, as described by Humes, are provided in this document.

Explore Winston Churchill's life experiences and leadership qualities, which are as relevant today as ever before. Churchill themes are biography, education, military, politician, the writer, and the artist.

Visit other websites about Winston Churchill to get even more resources for your speech.

Here you will find a sampling of the many articles and blogs that reference, cite or discuss Sir Winston Churchill. These are a wonderful mix of the good, the bad and the ugly and are included here for your delight, dismay and amusement. As you read please keep in mind Sir Winston's own comment that 'If I valued the Honorable Gentleman's opinion I might get angry!'.

Our quarterly magazine provides extensive historical articles about Churchill and his life. Access to virtual back issues requires a username and password, which is free to set up.

“Leave the past to history especially as I propose to write that history myself.”

Winston S. Churchill