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Postcard view of the county of Kent, England, bounded by the River Thames on the north and the English Channel and Dover Strait to the east. The city and White Cliffs of Dover are in Kent. In November 1914, British naval and military authorities feared Germany was preparing to invade England.
Text:
Kent: the Doorway of England.
I had rather be a doorkeeper in the County of Kent than dwell in the Tents of the Huns.
'Invicta' - undefeated, the motto of Kent
Cities and towns of Kent
On the door: No Germans Admitted
Reverse:
Postmarked Chatham (Kent) January 25, 1915
Designed and Printed in Faversham, Kent, at Voile & Robertson's Library (copyright)

Postcard view of the county of Kent, England, bounded by the River Thames on the north and the English Channel and Dover Strait to the east. The city and White Cliffs of Dover are in Kent. In November 1914, British naval and military authorities feared Germany was preparing to invade England.

Image text

Kent: the Doorway of England.

I had rather be a doorkeeper in the County of Kent than dwell in the Tents of the Huns.

'Invicta' - undefeated, the motto of Kent

Cities and towns of Kent

On the door: No Germans Admitted



Reverse:

Postmarked Chatham (Kent) January 25, 1915

Designed and Printed in Faversham, Kent, at Voile & Robertson's Library (copyright)

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