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By Lucy Noakes,Juliette Pattinson

Few old occasions have resonated as a lot in glossy British tradition because the moment international battle. It has left a wealthy legacy in more than a few media that proceed to draw a large viewers: movie, television and radio, images and the visible arts, journalism and propaganda, structure, museums, song and literature. the long-lasting presence of the warfare within the public global is echoed in its ongoing centrality in lots of own and kinfolk stories, with tales of the second one international struggle being acknowledged during the generations. This assortment brings jointly contemporary ancient paintings at the cultural reminiscence of the struggle, analyzing its presence in kin tales, in renowned and fabric tradition and in acts of commemoration in Britain among 1945 and the present.

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