British singer Vera Lynn, which he called a symbol of hope during the Second world war, has died. The artist was 103 years old. About the incident, The Guardian reports.
of Particular prominence brought Lynn song We’ll Meet Again (“We’ll meet again”). The singer called the darling of the army, she often performed in front of soldiers. In addition, the artist led a concert on BBC radio programme called Sincerely Yours (“yours Sincerely”).
In 1975, Vera Lynn was awarded the title of Dame of the order of the British Empire.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the singer’s voice will live on and continue to inspire the hearts of future generations.