More WWII kid propoganda


CDNBear
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This is neat!

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CDNBear
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CDNBear
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httpwwwyoutubecomwatchvCiiLvJr9Y8o



I can so relate to the beginning of this one, lol.
 
CDNBear
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CDNBear
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CDNBear
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CDNBear
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Andem
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Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBearView Post

This is neat!

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Notice the final score is the tune to "God Save the King".
 
CDNBear
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by AndemView Post

Notice the final score is the tune to "God Save the King".

Yes.

These little treasures are remarkable. It is amazing as to what they got away with back then, but then again it was a different time. The violent connent has not changed, unless to get more violent in childrens cartoons, but the political symbology would never be tolerated today.
 
CDNBear
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CDNBear
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Andem, I heard that song done a few years ago in Boston, at a July 1st celebration. It was not "god Save The King", but an American version of the song with the same tune. I checked with ITN, our resident American History scholar, becuase I knew he would know and because I know it wasn't "God Save The King" as you and I know it. In the video, I believe it is "My Country 'Tis of Thee", as ITN so helpfully pointed out to me.
 

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