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Keep Calm and Carry On (Spanish: "Stay calm and move on") is a poster produced by the British government in 1939, at the start of the Second World War, with the aim to boost the morale of the citizens of the country under threat of an imminent invasion. It was little known and never used.
The poster was rediscovered in 2000, and has been repeated by a number of companies such as decorative theme for a range of products. They knew only two original copies of the poster in the public domain, 1 until a collection of about 15 original were exposed on the television show Antiques Roadshow in 2012 by the daughter of a former Royal Observer Corps (Royal Observer Corps, ROC) 2
Because slightly irreverent sense parodies have been released to the poster, replacing the "Carry On" by other phrases, such as "Keep Calm and Evade the Police" ("Keep Calm and evade the police") or "Keep Calm and call Batman "(" Keep calm and call Batman "), being rapidly propagated on social networks like Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook.