Great Britain Interwar Propaganda Collection

Great Britain Interwar Propaganda Collection
Great Britain Interwar Propaganda Collection: (Wikipedia)

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Wikipedia article about Interwar Period

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Spanish Civil War Great Britain Propaganda Collection

Spanish Civil War Great Britain Propaganda Collection
Spanish Civil War Great Britain Propaganda Collection: The United Kingdom proclaimed itself neutral; however, the British establishment were strongly anti-communist and tended to prefer a Nationalist victory. The ambassador to Spain, Sir Henry Chilton, believed that a victory for Franco was in the establishment’s best interests and worked to support the Nationalists. British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden publicly maintained the official policy of non-intervention but privately expressed a preference for a Nationalist victory..

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Great Britain Cold War Propaganda Collection

Great Britain Cold War Propaganda Collection
Great Britain Cold War Propaganda Collection: During cold war, Great Britain was near allied with the United States and member of Nato providing also military bases for the US forces on it’s soil. Britain had also in 1982 a short war against Argentine of the Falklands.

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Wikipedia article about Cold War

The Cold War Museum

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Great Britain Travel Poster and Ad Collection

Great Britain Travel Poster and Ad Collection
Great Britain Travel Poster and Ad Collection: The United Kingdom is the world’s 8th biggest tourist destination, with 36.115 million visiting in 2015. US$22.072 billion was spent in the UK by foreign tourists. VisitBritain data shows that the U.S. remains the most-valuable inbound market, with American visitors spending £2.1 billion in 2010. Nevertheless, the number of travellers originating from Europe is larger than those travelling from North America – 21.5 million compared to 3.5 million American/Canadian visitors. (Wikipedia)

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Wikipedia article about Tourism in the United Kingdom

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Great Britain WW2 Propaganda Collection

Great Britain WW2 Propaganda Collection
Great Britain WW2 Propaganda Collection: The UK entered World War II by declaring war on Germany in 1939, after it had invaded Poland and Czechoslovakia. In 1940, Winston Churchill became prime minister and head of a coalition government. Despite the defeat of its European allies in the first year of the war, the UK continued the fight alone against Germany. In 1940, the RAF defeated the German Luftwaffe in a struggle for control of the skies in the Battle of Britain. The UK suffered heavy bombing during the Blitz. There were also eventual hard-fought victories in the Battle of the Atlantic, the North Africa campaign and Burma campaign. UK forces played an important role in the Normandy landings of 1944, achieved with its ally the US. After Germany’s defeat, the UK was one of the Big Three powers who met to plan the post-war world; it was an original signatory to the Declaration of the United Nations. The UK became one of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council. However, the war left the UK severely weakened and depending financially on Marshall Aid and loans from the United States. (Wikipedia)

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Wikipedia article about World War II

World War II in HistoryNet

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Great Britain WW1 Propaganda Collection

Great Britain WW1 Propaganda Poster and Military Art Collection
Great Britain WW1 Propaganda Collection: The United Kingdom was one of the Allied Powers during World War I (1914–1918), and developed as a nation throughout the war in order to further its goal of defeating the Central Powers (the German Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman Empire and the Kingdom of Bulgaria). The country’s armed forces were reorganised—the war marked the creation of the Royal Air Force, for example—and increased in size because of the introduction of forced conscription for the first time in the country’s history. At the outbreak of war, patriotic feelings spread throughout the country, and it has been argued that many of the class barriers of Edwardian England were diminished during the period. (Wikipedia)

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