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Frederick Deane works with collectable military antiques and vintage clothing for the film industry and private collectors. He is also assistant curator at the Kent and Sharpshooters Yeomanry Museum, based at Hever Castle in Kent. Frederick has long had a deep interest in the Second World War and military history more broadly and has had a lifelong obsession with the minutiae of 1930s and 40s life. With a First-Class degree in history from University College London, and a place on the university’s Dean’s list, Frederick has written on a broad range of topics from the aftermath of the American Revolution in Canada to the impact of Ministry of Information film on national identity in the 1940s. He also writes regularly on the history of the museum’s antecedent regiments for regimental and museum publications, engaging with both a macro and micro study of the Second World War.