Welcome to episode four of A Proper DBE Podcast brought to you by Daughters of the British Empire.
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In this episode, host Georgia Abrams is joined by the following guests:
We discuss Sir Winston Churchill's famous "Iron Curtain" speech delivered at Westminster College in Fulton, MO, as well as the ways he is remembered - from the Married Love statue on Kansas City's Country Club plaza, made by Oscar Nemon, to the National Churchill Museum on Westminster's campus and the sculpture made by his granddaughter, Edwina Sandys. We also talk about Sir Christopher Wren's design of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury, how it was destroyed during the Blitz and then moved to Fulton in commemoration of Churchill's speech. Finally, we talk about another church moved from England to Kansas with connections to Lady Margaret Thatcher.
Here is the link to the National Churchill Museum's website:
And here is the link to the article on Margaret Thatcher's visit to Baker University in Baldwin City, KS:
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