Historic works by Brazilian artists go on display at the Embassy of Brazil

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Historic works by Brazilian artists go on display at the Embassy of Brazil

The efforts of nations that helped Britain's Allies during the second world war have been well documented.

But what's less well known is the contribution made by Brazilian artists.

A showcase at the region's embassy in Trafalgar Square reveals the hidden story of how they helped the RAF and reunites a selection of paintings for the first time in more than 70 years.

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