‘Beating the Invader’. A Message from the Prime Minister [Sir Winston Churchill]
( WWII ) MINISTRY OF INFORMATION; WAR OFFICE; MINISTRY OF HOME SECURITY, WWII.
CHURCHILL'S INVASION MESSAGE: 'BEATING THE INVADER'
Published: Ministry of Information [with] War Office [with] Ministry of Home Security, 1941
Stock code: 42307
Single sheet, roy. 8vo., 11 X 8.25 ins (280 x 210 cms), printed both sides, some very light spotting, vertical and horizontal folds as usual, a remarkably well-preserved, near fine copy.
Churchill's introduction (written March 10 1941) urges the population to 'STAND FIRM' and 'CARRY ON'. There follow a lengthy series of instructions to be followed in the case of an enemy invasion, culminating: ' Do not tell the enemy anything. Do not give him anything. Do not help him in any way.' VERY SCARCE IN THIS CONDITION. Cohen B76.1; Woods A69.