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The King's Speech

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The King's Speech is a letter written by Arthur Conan Doyle published in The Times on 29 june 1921.


The King's Speech

The Times (29 june 1921, p. 12)

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.

Sir, — One would not venture to suggest that which is obvious, if it were not that experience shows how often the obvious is missed. Let us hope, then, that the King's Irish Speech — the most perfect little gem of oratory that this generation has known — will be printed broadcast upon every hoarding in the South and West of Ireland. Let the people see and read it.

Yours faithfully,

ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE.
Windlesham, Crowborough, Sussex.





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