Tag: Second World War

The art of war: 3 Evelyn Dunbar

In “The Art of War”, I put a work of art that has to do with the Second World War in the spotlight. The works I select may be propaganda pieces, antiwar works, or deal more objectively with the war and its aftermath. This week, Evelyn Dunbar’s The Queue at the Fish Shop (1944).

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Re:visit: In the footsteps of ‘Band of Brothers’ [guest blog]

I’m proud to publish Re:war’s first guest blog, written by Lindsey Bannister (UK). Lindsey and I share a love for the HBO show Band of Brothers, which follows a company of US paratroopers from D-day to VE-day. Lindsey and her friend Jo have been touring significant locations from World War II for years, following in the footsteps of the soldiers portrayed in the show.

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