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27 Apr 2010

'War on Terror' accepted into the Bodleian Library

Gallery snapshot. View gallery of 'War on Terror' accepted into the Bodleian Library

You think we make this stuff up, don't you? If it's any consolation, it's hard for us also to get used to the surreal reach of our first board game. So it's true - War on Terror is now part of the John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera at the famous Bodleian Library in Oxford.

The Bodleian libraries are among the most renown and celebrated in the world and the John Johnson collection is one of the most important collections of printed ephemera in the world, so it's a bizarre honour to have War on Terror under their roof.

The John Johnson collection is a relatively new addition to the Bodleian but even from the start the original library was more than a collection of books and manuscripts - it has always housed objects of "scientific, exotic or historical interest". We'd like to think War on Terror is filed under 'exotic'.

Not sure where we go from here. War on Terror is proving a difficult beast to top - but we're working on it.

 

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