A wonderfully British sentiment, “keep calm and carry on” was a WWII rallying cry to all Britons. It was originally produced by the government's then Ministry of Information and formulated onto posters. It was then plastered by the famous Bill Stickers all over London in an effort to raise national morale, stiffen the upper lip and so forth at a time when the war wasn’t going so well and we were 2-0 down to Hitler at half time. . . .read more

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