Combat Strength of Cities increased by 33%.
In June 1940, following the defeat of France by Germany, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill gave a speech to Parliament in which he used this phrase to refer to the continued resistance to totalitarianism by Britain and the Commonwealth. The iconic phrase has since come to mean any instance where a democratic nation pledges its full resources to victory at all costs, even if it means fighting alone against near overwhelming odds. Occasionally quoted during the Cold War, it also carries the connotation that the foe is implacably opposed to notions of freedom and liberty.
|Civilization V Ideological Tenets|
|Freedom||Level 1||Avant Garde • Capitalism • Civil Society • Covert Action • Creative Expression • Economic Union • Universal Healthcare|
|Level 2||Arsenal of Democracy • New Deal • Their Finest Hour • Universal Suffrage • Urbanization • Volunteer Army|
|Level 3||Media Culture • Space Procurements • Treaty Organization|
|Order||Level 1||Double Agents • Hero of the People • Patriotic War • Skyscrapers • Socialist Realism • Universal Healthcare • Young Pioneers|
|Level 2||Academy of Sciences • Cultural Revolution • Five-Year Plan • Party Leadership • Resettlement • Workers' Faculties|
|Level 3||Dictatorship of the Proletariat • Iron Curtain • Spaceflight Pioneers|
|Autocracy||Level 1||Elite Forces • Fortified Borders • Futurism • Industrial Espionage • Mobilization • United Front • Universal Healthcare|
|Level 2||Lightning Warfare • Militarism • Nationalism • Police State • Third Alternative • Total War|
|Level 3||Clausewitz's Legacy • Cult of Personality • Gunboat Diplomacy|