Sterling Czechs

The role of exiled Czech cartoonists in Britain during the Second World War is often overlooked, writes Mark Bryant.

Much has been written about the heroic Czech airmen who flew for the Royal Air Force in the Battle of Britain and their compatriots who fought for the Allies in other conflicts during the Second World War. However, it is perhaps less well known that a number of exiled Czechoslovakian cartoonists also made a significant contribution to the British propaganda war.

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