Second World War Posters

Mass Communications Academic, @MMUBS. British Home Front Propaganda posters as researched for a PhD completed 2004. In 1997, unwittingly wrote the first history of the Keep Calm and Carry On poster, which she now follows with interest.

WRITER/RESEARCH: PhD Thesis: The planning, design and reception of British Home Front propaganda posters in the Second World War

My Google Alert for 'Keep Calm and Carry On' is going quite bonkers over the last few weeks (see example, and I post some to a Facebook page), and I've also seen comparisons of the current coronavirus crisis with the Second World War, and the need for 'the Blitz spirit' and the need to be 'all in it together', so I thought I'd do an overdue task and re-upload my PhD to my website. The…

[WRITER] Thinking about #ChristmasPresents? Keep Calm and … erm … buy this book?

Started thinking about Christmas presents? Well, here's a small suggestion (Amazon link, and read more about the book, plus I added a few notes to Wikipedia): It’s the last ever edition of @I_W_M Despatches magazine, and my #keepcalm book is listed on ‘new books’. — Dr Bex Lewis (@drbexl) November 9, 2017

[MEDIA] ‘Keep calm: The story behind the UK’s most famous poster design’ for @CNNStyle

The other week, I had a very enjoyable chat with Jacopo Prisco from CNN Style, and yesterday, the story posted: It's a pretty good representation of the conversation, although "the "Keep Calm" version never left the warehouses.", as it was distributed around the country, just never officially sanctioned for release on the billboards. Also clarify that A.P. Waterfield definitely provided the text for 'Your Courage' poster, but it's not clear who wrote the words for this…
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