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About Anne Shelton
Anne Shelton, OBE (born Patricia Jacqueline Sibley on November 10, 1923, in Dulwich, London, England - died on July 31, 1994 in in Hurstmonceux, England) was a popular English vocalist who is widely remembered for providing inspirational songs for soldiers both on radio broadcasts, and in person, at British military bases during World War II. She was the first artist to record an English version of Lale Andersen's wartime classic "Lili Marleen" (lyrics written by Tommy Connor), and she had a UK #1 hit in 1956 with "Lay Down Your Arms", that was engineered by Joe Meek.