Key Idea 4.1- Churchill's views on Britain's World and Imperial Role

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What does Churchill believe about Britain's role and examples of their role?
Churchill believes Britain plays a vital role by leading democracy, defending the rights of democracies, standing against tyranny, protecting minorities and setting examples to others
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What is GB's stance in 1940?
Standing alone in 1940 and not negotiating with Hitler,
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What is Britain's role with colonies?
To support colonies to become democratic, safe, and supporters of equality,
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What is the quote used to describe a great power like Britain civilising colonies?
"White man's burden"
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What its Churchill's aim for britain's colonies?
To defend the Empire and keep it,
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Is Great Britain still a super power by the end of ww2?
No
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Who are the two super powers by the end of WW2?
-USA and -USSR
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Why is GB not a superpower anymore as compared to the USA and the USSR?
Economic problems and debts from WW2
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