The Pittsburgh Press (November 28, 1942)
London, England (UP) –
Prime Minister Winston Churchill will make a broadcast address to the world at 9 p.m. Sunday (4 p.m. ET) on the eve of his 68th birthday, it was announced today.
It was believed he would speak on the war generally.
Radio station WCAE will broadcast the address in Pittsburgh.
In his last radio speech May 10, the second anniversary of the German invasion of Holland and Belgium and of his assumption of the Prime Ministry, Mr. Churchill warned that Britain would use gas if the Germans did.