Keep Calm and Carry On
- Posted by admin
- on November 20th, 2012
This poster was introduced by the English at the beginning of World War II as a way to boost morale, and keep the population calm in front of Nazi invasion/bombing. It keeps up with the image the Brits have, or at least want to have of themselves, calmly sipping tea as bombs drop down on their city.
We’re going to buy copies for our trading offices– it’s always good to keep perspective, no matter what the circumstance.
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