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World War I American Propaganda Poster- Remember Belgium. Full Size Image

World War I American Propaganda Poster- Remember Belgium on Heldfond Book Gallery

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | Young man! Are you between 19 and 35? If you are your duty is clear. Enlist to-day. God save the King!.

Are you between 19 and If you are your duty is clear. God save the King! LOC Summary: Poster showing a small portrait of King George V above the text

How WWI food propaganda forever changed the way Americans eat · For Our Consideration · The A.V. Club

How WWI food propaganda forever changed the way Americans eat

"Raise Pigs To Help Win the War" ~ WWI Pig Club recruitment poster.

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With World War II now more than sixty years ago, it's easier to appreciate the propaganda posters of the era for their artistic merit. Allied posters of the age aimed to influence citizens to.

Your king and country need you. Join the army until the war is over. Date Created/Published: London : Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, 1914 | British WW1 Propaganda Poster

Your King and Country Need You. Join the army until the war is over. Date Created/Published: London : Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, World War 1 propaganda poster provided by LOC.

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England Expects Every Man To Do His Duty. Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

1940s “Loose Talk Can Cost Lives” WWII Historic War Poster - 16x24

1940s “Loose Talk Can Cost Lives” WWII Historic War Poster - 16x24

World War I British thank GOD we won both WW1 and WW2.

British WWI recruitment poster produced by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee,

American WWI propaganda poster encouraging limits on speech

Well Fed Soldiers Will Win the War A World War I Canada Food Board poster encouraging citizens to save food for the good of their soldiers: "We are saving you, you save food. Well fed soliders will win the war. Henderson, c.

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World War 1 Poster, Women! Help America's sons win the war--Buy U. Government Bonds, Liberty Loan of 1917

Open your yap, and you'll help the Jap!  US.  Chevron Texaco.  c. 1939-1945.

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