Keep Calm Generator
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With keep calm poster generator you will be able to modify text, text size and text color. You can change text size, so you can fit any text you want! Here you have the most completed Keep Calm Poster App.
NEW UPDATE: Now you have more than 10.000 preset images and background images for create the perfect meme poster.
***Now you can print your Keep Calm Poster on a T-Shirt!***
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With this application wallpaper creator game you also could change background color or maybe select a image from your smartphone gallery, you also have a collection of perfect preset images to choice.
Create your favorite posters as:
Keep calm and love
Keep calm and love me
Keep calm and happy birthday
keep calm and study hard
You will get some posters really professional made by yourself, and of course you will be able to share it on Instagram, Facebook, Whatsapp, LINE, Twitter, any social media you choice, email, Flipboard, Picasa, flickr, Hangouts, Pinterest and many more. Perfect for boys and girls.
Keep calm and carry on poster history:
Keep Calm and Carry On was a motivational poster produced by the British government in 1939 in preparation for the Second World War. The poster was intended to raise the morale of the British public, threatened with widely predicted mass air attacks on major cities. Although 2.45 million copies were printed, and although the Blitz did in fact take place, the poster was hardly ever publicly displayed and was little known until a copy was rediscovered in 2000 at Barter Books, a bookshop in Alnwick. It has since been re-issued by a number of private companies, and has been used as the decorative theme for a range of products.
It was thought that only two original copies survived until a collection of 20 was brought in to the Antiques Roadshow in 2012 by the daughter of an ex-Royal Observer Corps member.
Design and production
"Freedom Is in Peril"
The Keep Calm and Carry On poster was designed by the Ministry of Information during the period 27 June to 6 July 1939. It was produced as part of a series of three "Home Publicity" posters (the others read "Your Courage, Your Cheerfulness, Your Resolution Will Bring Us Victory" and "Freedom Is in Peril. Defend It With All Your Might"). Each poster showed the slogan under a representation of a "Tudor Crown" (a symbol of the state). They were intended to be distributed to strengthen morale in the event of a wartime disaster, such as mass bombing of major cities using high explosives and poison gas, which was widely expected within hours of an outbreak of war.
A career civil servant named A.P. Waterfield came up with "Your Courage" as "a rallying war-cry that will bring out the best in everyone of us and put us in an offensive mood at once".
Detailed planning for the posters had started in April 1939 and the eventual designs were prepared after meetings between officials from the Ministry of Information and HM Treasury on 26 June 1939 and between officials from the Ministry of Information and HMSO on 27 June 1939.Roughs of the poster were completed on 6 July 1939, and the final designs were agreed by the Home Secretary Samuel Hoare, 1st Viscount Templewood on 4 August 1939. Printing began on 23 August 1939, the day that Nazi Germany and the USSR signed the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact, and the posters were ready to be placed up within 24 hours of the outbreak of war.
Almost 2,500,000 copies of Keep Calm and Carry On were printed between 23 August 1939 and 3 September 1939 but the poster was not sanctioned for immediate public display. It was instead decided that copies of the poster should remain in "cold storage" for use after serious air raids (with resources transferred to Your Courage and Freedom is in Peril). Copies of Keep Calm and Carry On were retained until April 1940, but stocks were then pulped as part of the wider Paper Salvage campaign.