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Result of a classroom challenge: make a state advertising campaign about some of the class’s freedom heroes. One of the aims was to bring our spirit up in a time of difficulties. As our heroes, we should never give up.

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  1. 1. Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” Sir Winston Churchill, Speech in November 1942 Winston Churchill was a politician, the Minister of Defence and later the PrimeMinister of the United Kingdom during the World War II. Then he became a writerand won the Nobel Prize of Literature. If it were not for Churchill, there would be avery good chance that we, the Western civilisation, would be living under atotalitarian state. He inspired nations for several years, motivating them to keepfighting for their freedom. He brought hope and led his people to victory in theWorld War II against Hitler. He was the greatest political leader of the twentiethcentury. He stood by his convictions, he was utterly devoted to politics. We should all follow his example, we should keep on fighting for what webelieve in. We should inspire others, and make the world a better place. Done by Catarina Leonardo, Mariana Costa & Sara Leonardo – 11D