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not a form of propaganda; it is a form of truth"
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In 2001 the Centre received a substantial collection of Second World War posters, kindly donated by Kenneth W. Rendell and focusing on British propaganda. They are in extremely good condition and are highly valued at the archive. Kenneth owns a Museum in Natick, Massachusetts and a virtual tour can be accessed through the website at www.museumofworldwarii.com The Curator is Mark A. Schmidt and we would thoroughly recommend a trip to the website which features close-up views of the artefacts.
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