unprecedented address?

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Dear friends, I need an an epithet which would describe "address" as a setting an example of something or becoming a turning point (milestone) in history. Could you, please, suggest a suitable word?

"The unprecedented address by the German president calling to show bravery in confronting one's own history became a milestone for the present and future leaders whose goal is to make the world a juster and more secure place to live in."
  • Andygc

    Senior Member
    British English
    "Unprecedented" looks good to me - no one said it (the address) previously, and you are claiming it to be a turning point.

    There's some wrinkles to iron out later in your sentence. Who is being called on to show bravery?
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