When you watch Dunkirk, remember that it’s a whitewashed version which ignores the bravery of black and Muslim soldiers | The Independent

Racism in war is not just a US Military issue.

In my mother’s family scrapbook, there is a tiny box camera snapshot of a very young Robert staring at the Luftwaffe-smashed “mole” leading out to sea from the port of Boulogne – sixteen years after British troops evacuated under fire in May 1940 as their comrades stood on the beaches of neighbouring Dunkirk.

Source: When you watch Dunkirk, remember that it’s a whitewashed version which ignores the bravery of black and Muslim soldiers | The Independent

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