Dad's Army 1940 Walmington-On-Sea T Shirt (Grey)
Fans of the popular television show from the late 60s to 70s will love our selection of Dad's Army Gifts for that special person in your life. This British sitcom was supposed to have been located on the fictional location of Walmington-on-Sea and is set around the Second World War. The show follows those in the home guard platoon who would be on the front line should English Channel become invaded.

If you have a loved one who particularly enjoys this show then you can’t go wrong with some of these Dad's Army gifts. With plenty to offer even the most hardcore fan of the series, there’s plenty for a lover of the show to get excited with. The benefits of giving these gifts to your enthusiastic fan include lifelong loyalty and an obligation to be nice to you.

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When it comes to our greatest Dad's Army gifts, you can’t get any better than our selection of t shirts. Our best being the famous Jones quote ‘They Don’t Like It Up ‘Em’ T Shirt, which has been made from quality materials and an attention to detail that you won’t find in regular high-street stores. These comfortable tees have been made to last for the long-term, so you won’t have to worry about them becoming damaged or losing their look after a couple of washes.

There are few instances where our Dad's Army gifts would make the perfect casual top to wear, especially if the wearer is a big fan of the series and has a great sense of humour. Those who are in need of some memorabilia from this classic show will be more than pleased to own some official merchandise to act as a reminder of this loved TV series.

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There’s a reason why Dad's Army gifts are some of the most sought out memorabilia from television series. Because of its truly original concept behind this show, it has been nominated for a number of awards, received tributes and ultimately highlights a  platoon who never face battle, but are still prepared to defend their posts despite a lack of resources.

The television series went on for nine series with a total of eighty episodes  and even had a film released. Perhaps one of the most iconic qualities of this classic show is its quirky theme tune called ‘Who do you think you are kidding, Mr Hitler?’, which was created as an imitation of old wartime songs and created by the shows writer, Jimmy Perry.