'GETTING THEIR OWN BACK': PROPAGANDA IN BRITAIN DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR, 1940
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A British airman is amongst a group of civilians crowded around the window of a shop in Holborn, London, to look at a map displayed there which is entitled 'Britain's Air Offensive' and shows over 700 raids by the Royal Air Force on Germany. According to the original caption, "over 1,000 patriotic retailers are making window displays this week featuring this poster which is issued by the General Production Division of the Ministry [of Information]".
A British airman is amongst a group of civilians crowded around the window of a shop in Holborn, London, to look at a map illustrating how the RAF is striking back at Germany during 1940.