Coming on the heels of my recent green "Dig for Victory" mug is the excellent red "Keep Calm and Carry On" mug. For times when the late night painting gets fraught and the wargame projects get too complicated to realise in a day:
Purchased from "Barter Books" in Alnwick (UK), along with a few small 'other' items.
Interestingly unlike "Dig for Victory" the "Keep Calm and Carry On" slogan was never as such released to the general public (a few ranking Civil Servants allegedly had the slogan on their walls) but rather it was held back for times of real crisis such as: "The German Seelion Invasion" or after the greatly feared and long awaited aerial deadly "Poison Gas Attack" on a city!
Comments on a postcard regarding the effectiveness of the "stiff upper British lip" and its usefulness versus a Pz MkIIIE or Mustard Gas cloud coming down the high-street welcomed?
As a footnote regarding the cup: The wife liked it so much she 'nabbed' it as hers ;)