Filed under: Canada, Europe, Freedom, History, Military, The United States, United Kingdom | Tags: 1939-1945, British Songstress Vera Lynn, The Songs of World War II
Dame Vera Lynn, the armed forces sweetheart of World War II, celebrated her 93rd birthday last year. Her songs: We’ll Meet Again, The White Cliffs of Dover, When I Grow to Old to Dream, When the Lights Go On Again, You’ll Never Know, As Time Goes By, and There’ll Always Be an England and many more, were not just the great standards of the war years, but remain standards today.
Music was important, as it is in all wars, and the troops loved her. Memories of long ago. Reposted from 2011
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