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HI 1322 - Introduction To European History: The Second World War: Home

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This image from 1945 shows an idealized fantasy version of the future in post-war England. The text at the bottom of the map says, "The map of peace. Keep on saving, we’ve got great things to do."

"The map of peace. Keep on saving, we’ve got great things to do."

Created by J. P. Sayer, London, 1945

Public Domain

Available at the British Library

Sayer’s map is an idealised fantasy version of the future following the devastation of post-war England, which the poster states to be achievable with the help of National Savings.