Using the 'Few' is one too many
The BNP have been setting out their stall for this summer s European Election campaign, and this has already seen the threat of legal action from Dame Vera Lynn, (Post February 25). They are marketing an album of Second World War classic songs, including
The BNP have been setting out their stall for this summer's European Election campaign, and this has already seen the threat of legal action from Dame Vera Lynn, (Post February 25).
They are marketing an album of Second World War classic songs, including "White Cliffs of Dover".
Much of the national press has covered this story, and a little more research has revealed the album also includes contributions from the once famous black singer "Hutch", Leslie Hutchinson, plus the composer Irving Berlin, bandleaders Bert Ambrose and Joe Loss and comedian Bud Flanagan, who were all Jewish.
A rather more multicultural mix than Mr Griffin and his chums might have realised.
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Something a bit closer to us in R J Mitchell's old home town is their use of a Second World War Spitfire as the main image
The Spitfire, 'Romeo Foxtrot Delta' is identifiable from its "RF" marking as belonging to 303 Squadron. And guess what? 303 was a Polish squadron and this spitfire was flown by Squadron Leader Jan Zumbach. Here he is in 1942.
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