American WW1 Propaganda poster.  Buy liberty bonds.

Don't Dream of Victory

This is a British propaganda poster from WW1. Britain wants its citizens to join the war and enlist.

This is a British propaganda poster from Britain wants its citizens to join the war and enlist. (It could also be an American propaganda poster by changing the flag)

World War 1 British enlistment poster #UpscaleYourWalls with ruemarcellin.com Orginal #Vintage #Posters and #Prints

World War 1 British enlistment poster - specifies men and excludes women - will need contrasting but shows the sexism

British. A Careless talk poster, illustrated with civilian and armed forces headgear, with the slogan ‘The more information you keep under your hat' (trilby hat) and the caption ‘the safer he'll be under his' (steel helmet). As with many Careless talk posters, the images focus on the head area, indicating whatever knowledge was contained in the head, it should be kept there.

Feb 1940 -Ministry Of Information launches a nationwide campaign to help keep war gossip and rumors at bay with the slogan, “Careless Talk Costs Lives.

This poster intends to make people think about what they eat - and, in a sense, make them feel guilty if they are eating wastefully.

14 Wonderful Vintage Canadian Propaganda Posters

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.

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | WW1 Army Posters Page 5

Iposters If The Cap Fits Join The Army War Print Magnetic Memo Board Silver Framed - 41 X 31 Cms (approx 16 X 12 Inches)

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.

If it is a propaganda Pin board, how could I avoid including the "I Want You" poster? I couldn't, that's how.

Created by James Montgomery Flagg, this poster has become the most famous poster in the world. Used as a recruiting tool for troops in world war II, this poster was used to instill confidence and patriotism into the many who joined the troops.

Your king and country need you. Enlist now. LOC Summary: Poster showing text with small armorial device of King George V, against a background of the British flag | British WW1 Propaganda Poster

"Your king and country need you. Enlist now!" British recruitment poster showing text with small armorial device of King George V, against a background of the British flag. Poster no. London: Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, World War One poster

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | Canadian WW1 Propaganda Posters Page 28

Examples of Propaganda from If you cannot put the "I" into fight, you can put the "pay' into patriotism by giving to the Canadian Patriotic Fund.

Historical Photos: WW1 Propaganda Posters: Know your place & Woodys

US WWII war time propaganda: "Know your place. Shut your face"

Pinterest
Search