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A new permanent exhibition at the Churchill War Rooms will study Winston Churchill’s involvement in the Middle East. In the Guardian article on the exhibit Warren Dockter comments that Churchill’s involvement in the Middle East, starting when he became secretary of state for the colonies in 1921, has been “wildly misunderstood” compared with his time as prime minister but is now more important than ever. Opening this year the exhibit will include artifacts such as maps, photos, souvenirs, and letters as well as employ digital technology. The Guardian’s report on the exhibition is here.

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