Drawing: Three Days in May with Warren Clarke, Jeremy Clyde and Robert Demeger at Trafalgar Studios

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Three Days in May is Ben Brown’s gripping and fascinating portrayal of the three most pivotal days in British history when giving in to Hitler was considered. In the late spring of 1940 when the new PM, Winston Churchill was wrestling with a divided war cabinet in which Lord Halifax and Neville Chamberlain seemed to favour negotiated peace – “jaw-jaw instead of war-war” as Churchill put it.

After a national tour, it arrived at London’s Trafalgar Studios in the spring of 2012. The three principals – Warren Clarke (Churchill), Jeremy Clyde (Halifax) and Robert Demeger (Chamberlain) signed my sketch instead of a peace treaty with Nazi Germany…

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