May the force be with you

"May the 4th" redirects here. For general information for this date, see May 4. Not to be confused with Star Wars Celebration. The first recorded reference of the phrase being used was on May 4, 1979, the day after Margaret Thatcher was elected as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Her political party, the Conservatives, placed a congratulatory advertisement in the London Evening News saying "May the Fourth Be with You, Maggie. Congratulations.

On this occasion, we have prepared an illustration-postcard, you can give it to a friend or keep it for yourself, but do not use it for sale.

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