What Crisis?

'For 60 years, the poster had been forgotten. Then, one day in 2000, Stuart Manley, co-owner with his wife Mary of Barter Books in Alnwick, Northumberland, was sifting through a box of hardbacks he had bought at auction when he saw "A big piece of paper folded up at the bottom. I opened it out, and I thought, wow. That's quite something. I showed it to Mary, and she agreed. So we framed it and put it up on the bookshop wall. And that's where it all started."'

Jon Henley, 'What Crisis?'
The Guardian, 18 March 2009
The Guardian newspaper has observed the growing popularity of WWII slogan 'Keep Calm and Carry On', previously reported here. Click here to read the article in full.