Winston Churchill addresses the House of Commons with an inspirational speech in which he expresses confidence in winning the war against the Nazis. Churchill uses not only eloquent words but also strong body language to boost the morale of the British people.
This clip discusses the significance of the city of London even though the United Kingdom is no longer the largest empire in the world. It indicates that London may be considered "The Center of the Universe" because it influences the entire world in several ways, especially in time zones.
King Charles I enters the House of Commons to arrest five members of the House for treason. All of the convicted members except for Oliver Cromwell flee, and Cromwell uses his power in Parliament to prevent himself from being forcibly removed by the king. As a result of Cromwell's actions, King Charles dissolves Parliament.