Peace in Our Time
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Peace in Our Time may refer to:
- Peace in Our Time, a 1923 novel by Oliver Onions
- Peace in Our Time, a 1985 non-fiction book by David Atkinson
- Peace in Our Time?, a 1991 non-fiction book by June Goodfield and Mary Fitzgerald
- The Silent Battle or Peace in Our Time, a 1939 British film
- The World at War makes frequent mention of this term in episode 1, "A New Germany"
- "Peace in Our Time/And Everyone Came Too", a 1970 Christmas episode of Please Sir!
- Monty Python's Flying Circus's skit "The Funniest Joke in the World" referenced the phrase as Britain's pre-war joke
- True Stories: Peace in our Time?, a 1988 British television film by Jan Němec, with John Cleese as Neville Chamberlain
- Peace in Our Time (play), a 1946 play by Noël Coward
- Peace in Our Time, an expansion set to the wargame Europa
- "There will be peace in our time", opening diplomatic option in Civilization IV
- "Peace in our time", signed on a temporary ceasefire treaty in the flash game Hex Empires
- Peace in Our Time (Big Country album), 1988 (also the name of the album's title track)
- Peace in Our Time (Good Riddance album), 2015
- No Peace in Our Time, a 1995 album by Toxic Reasons
- "Peace in Our Time", a Christian hymn written in 1938
- "Peace in Our Time" (Eddie Money song), 1989
- "Peace in Our Time", a 1984 song by Elvis Costello from Goodbye Cruel World (Elvis Costello album)
- "Peace in Our Time", a 1989 song by Gorky Park from Gorky Park (album)
- "Peace in Our Time", a 1993 song by Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine from the album Peace Together
- "Peace in Our Time", a 1993 composition by Andy Hill
- "Peace in Our Time", a 1993 song by Cliff Richard from the album The Album
- "Peace in Our Time", a 1995 song by 10cc from the album Mirror Mirror
- "Peace in Our Time", a 2007 song by Ray Davies from the album Working Man's Café
- "Peace in Our Time", a 2009 song by John Wetton and Geoffrey Downes from the album Icon 3
- "Peace for our time", a phrase spoken by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, frequently misquoted as "Peace in our time"
- Munich Agreement, the treaty that prompted Chamberlain's quotation
- Iran nuclear deal, often criticized with this phrase
- The Paris Peace Accords, labeled a new Munich Agreement by pro-Vietnam war organizations who subscribed to the domino theory; compounded by the Richard Nixon campaign slogan of "Peace with Honor", which was coincidentally spoken by Chamberlain in 1938
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