Talk:Peace in Our Time (play)

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"Devotional Christian writing?"[edit]

There is a fairly well-known Christian hymn entitled "Peace in Our Time", which was composed in 1938 in England and is widely regarded as having been inspired by Chamberlain's trip to Munich and the subsequent agreement. It begins, "Peace in our time, oh Lord let it be," (this much is fair use, though it still might be potentially under copyright in some jurisdictions. 2600:1004:B164:1C66:54F1:F2C8:CEFB:8C69 (talk) 04:06, 4 June 2017 (UTC)