- Millions of Allied soldiers and resistance fighters suffered torture, were maimed, or died in order to save Europe from the Nazis.
- A couple of generations later Europeans have willingly surrendered their nation states to another supremacist and intolerant ideology, as millions of Middle Eastern and African migrants take over the continent and irrevocably destroy its culture.
- Streets are now the scene of recurrent acts of terror. Citizens are killed with bombs, knives, ramming vehicles, and are randomly attacked with disfiguring sulphuric acid, while thousands of women and children are gang raped. The European heroes of yesterday are gone. Today's feminized European men watch all these horrors and look away.
- Public passivity, political correctness, and outright treason by intellectual and political elites have combined in one mass act of European cultural and demographic suicide. What would Winston Churchill say?
- In 2014 British politician Paul Weston was actually ARRESTED for quoting Winston Churchill.
- Mr Weston was arrested for publicly quoting an excerpt critical of Islam from Churchill's book The River War.
Images show a flotilla of British ships making their way across the Channel as part of the rescue attempt in 1940, while another sees a group of soldiers wading through the sea as they make their way towards a boat (centre).
Royston Leonard, the man who restored the original black and white photographs into colour versions, said: 'I see a beaten army but not a defeated one. We went to war still stuck with ideas from World War One. We weren't ready for a modern fast-moving war like World War Two. At that time, we were not ready for modern war. But this just shows how by working together even defeat can become a victory.'
The evacuation of British soldiers from Dunkirk (left and right) was one of the largest military operations of the war, with approximately 338,000 men rescued from the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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