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Artist or CreatorPeter Brookes
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Published byThe Times
Date24 May 1996
FormatPhotocopy
Embedded text or transcriptCopyright Patented Record. Not to be publicly performed with licence or sold
below price fixed by patentees. Record Manufactured by The Gramaphone Co. Ltd. Hayes,
Middlesex England "His Master's Voice" Euro Sceptics Don't let's be beastly to the Germans
(Noel Coward) Noel Coward. Chappell & Co. Ltd. London OEA.10018
Person DepictedMajor; John (1943-)
Implied textSongs: Don't lets be beastly to the Germans. His Master's Voice [HMV] is a
famous trademark in the music business. It was also the name of a large record label. The
name was taken from the title of a painting of a dog listening to a wind-up gramophone in
1899.
NotesA stance of non-cooperation was taken by Britain in response to the banning of the
importation of British beef to Europe
SubjectsConservative Party
Germany
His Master's Voice
International relations
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UK
dogs
eurosceptics
gramophone records
prime ministers
songs
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