DescriptionWorld War II Propaganda (H.M. Stationary Office, 1940s). Very Fine on Linen. British Poster (20" X 30.25") "Never Was So Much Owed By So Many to So Few."
First uttered after his exit from a bunker during the Battle of Britain, Winston Churchill found himself moved to silence at the bravery of England's RAF fighters before making one of the most profound and compelling statements of his career. This line provided a source of inspiration for the empire's beleaguered soldiers, and later became the title of one of Churchill's most memorable speeches. Featuring an image of the heroic RAF pilots, now nicknamed "The Few." Touchup has been applied to fold wear, two small tears on the bottom border, and there has been minor airbrushing to parts of the blue background.
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