Vera Lynn, died Thursday in the circle of your family, as this told the British news Agency PA. Recently Queen Elizabeth II in a speech to the Nation on a Song Lynn had remembered, as the British called for holding in the Coronavirus pandemic. The Queen said: "We will meet again" (We meet again). This was widely interpreted as an allusion to the Megahit Lynn's "We'll Meet Again" from 1939. The pop singer Cliff Richard paid tribute to Lynn as a "great singer, Patriotic woman and a real icon".
Born on the 20. In March 1917 during the First world war in London's East End, she sang already at the age of seven in recreational clubs for workers. In the thirties she recorded with well-known big bands first Songs. The Second world war became the springboard for your career; Lynn's sentimental songs against homesickness and nightmares comforted the British war generation.
From 1941, the plumber's daughter was moderated by the night-time BBC radio programme "Sincerely Yours", and read personal messages to the soldiers at the Front. She played the dutiful cute girls, even the women were at home to identify. Traveling to remote war zones, they earned the respect of the troops. Until her high age, she held the connection to the veterans in an upright position.
Painting, gardening, and mystery novels of Agatha Christie kept you young, betrayed you to your 102. Birthday in the past year. In may of this year, she signed up for the 75. Anniversary of the end of the Second world war, and praised the courage and sacrifice of the war generation.Updated Date: 18 June 2020, 13:19