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Watch: A short history of the iconic 'Keep Calm and Carry On' poster

A bookshop in England says it discovered the previously undistributed WWII posted in a box of books.

A NORTH OF ENGLAND bookshop claims to have kick-started the revival of an old WWII poster, spawning multiple copies and parodies.

Barter Books says it discovered a copy of the now-iconic WWII ‘Keep Calm and Carry on’ poster amongst a box of old books bought at auction and put it on display in the store.

The image proved so popular with visitors to the bookshop that it began selling reproductions:

(Video via BarterBooksLtd)

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