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Ever wonder where the #KeepCalm poster originated? It was actually a propaganda poster released during World War II by Great Britain. The Keep Calm and Carry On variation was the third in a series of three similar posters and was intended to be used only if Germany invaded Britain. That never happened; therefore, the poster was never released.
The first two in the series had different statements and were posted throughout the trying times of the war on public transportation, in shop windows, and other populated public areas. Check them out and find out more from this great #infographic:
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