Pinterest

Explore War Bond, Vintage Posters, and more!

American WW1 propaganda poster stressing the need for supplying ammunition to the troops by buying war bonds. Bonds remained one of the main instruments of financing war needs, just like during WW2 too. The Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection.

American propaganda poster stressing the need for supplying ammunition to the troops by buying war bonds. Bonds remained one of the main instruments of financing war needs, just like during too.

Inspiration: 80+ Amazing WWII Allied Propaganda Posters | Vectortuts+

"To Have and to Hold" War Bonds Poster Designed by artist Vic Guinnell in this classic WWII propaganda poster features the museum logo below the image. Posters like this one were used to inspire support from the United States' public.

War Bond Posters / Propaganda - Forgotten Futures

“War bonds are cheaper than wooden crosses” American Treasury Department poster from 1942

US war bond poster, 1944

Buy war bonds that will finance the Normandy Invasion. Guess we should have done this too for the Middle Eastern Wars!

World War II war bonds poster

"You Buy 'em!", an Army Air Forces defense bond poster featuring a female ferry pilot.

World War 1 Poster - Welcome noble Belgium

Welcome noble Belgium. This WWI poster shows Columbia, representing the United States, greeting a figure representing Belgium while American and Belgian flags wave in the background.

A WWI poster from the British National War Savings Committee urges restraint in the use of materials during war time. It's better to spend on war bonds. Printed by Roberts & Leete, Ltd., London, 1915.

Unpatriotic

A WWI poster from the British National War Savings Committee (Printed by Roberts & Leete, Ltd., London, "To dress extravagantly in war time is worse than bad form, it is unpatriotic.

WWII War Bond

100 Propaganda Posters

World War II war bond poster. In "Blue Skies Tomorrow," Helen Carlisle, a war widow and mother of young Jay-Jay, works tirelessly to raise money for the war effort.