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Even Churchill’s sacralized “We shall fight on the beaches” June 4 oration announcing the evacuation to the House of Commons, hearing which was so much an inescapable part of growing up in England in the 1950s, like listening to Kathleen Ferrier, that I could recite it from memory and never without a thrill, appears here only as haltingly read, from a newspaper, by an exhausted, wondering survivor as his train finally reaches London., July 17, 2017] This is a little unfair: as Steve Sailer recently pointed out, director Tim Burton was indeed attacked for not including people of color in a movie set on a Welsh island in World War II, although as late as 1951 the proportion of “visible minorities” in Britain was just 0.19% (! at the urging of James Kirkpatrick, VDARE.com’s lead tweetmeister and our ambassador to popular culture. If you grew up in Britain in the 1950s, as John Derbyshire and I did, the myth of the Dunkirk evacuation—using “myth” in its affirming and sustaining sense—was everywhere.In the process, I made the interesting discovery that my young Texan wife had never heard of Dunkirk. I remember reading illustrated stories about it in children’s comics when I was about Felicity’s age (now 6).There are also mangrove tracts and seaweed plantations nearby, for those who are interested in such plant specimens.Finally, Poloyagan Beach have rocky outcroppings and coral reefs so one should be careful in trekking them.