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New WWII exhibition opens

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#1 JagdtigerI



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Posted 18 August 2009 - 11:35 PM

"It is 70 years since the outbreak of World War II and to mark the occasion London's Imperial War Museum is hosting a new exhibition.

Outbreak 1939 explores the build-up to and preparations for war.

As Colette McBeth explains, among the items on display for the first time is then Prime Minister Neville's Chamberlain's brief diary account of the day."

See a short video here:

BBC NEWS | UK | New WWII exhibition opens

"If you want peace work for justice" -Pope Paul VI


#2 LRusso216



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Posted 19 August 2009 - 12:26 AM

Good find, Jon. Perhaps one of our UK members can get to the IWM and examine the exhibit and let us know what the whole thing is like. sounds interesting.

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