FULTON — With a population of about 13,ooo, Fulton lays claim to an internationally known moment in history — and an 11- by 32-foot block of stone to go with it. Less than a year after the end of World War II, Britain’s wartime prime minister, Winston Churchill, blazed into Fulton to deliver a speech in which he coined a phrase now embedded in language and cultural memory.
Fulton college events celebrate anniversary of Berlin Wall dismantling
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