Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies: Help Britain Defend America

I love these old propaganda posters. Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies: Help Britain Defend America

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Tell Her Nothing Produced quite early into World War II, this extremely rare British poster proved so popular that as soon as the posters were put up, they would disappear – presumably stolen by amorous servicemen.

WW II German poster depicts a skeleton - Death - hurling bombs from a British bomber with the caption 'Der Feind sieht dein Licht - Verdunkeln!' ('The enemy sees your light - blackout!), circa 1943-45. Poster by Sander-Herweg.16

World War 2: Black-out picture gallery

A German poster from World War II depicts a skeleton hurling bombs from an Allied aircraft with the caption 'Der Feind sieht dein Licht - Verdunkeln!' ('The enemy sees your light - blackout!', circa Poster by Sander-Herweg.

This poster is again catered to women to help in the factories. They are sending the message that "if you are working, you are an asset to the victory of the war. The American colours make this poster all the more patriotic representing dominant ideologies about American #SocietyandWar.

We can do it: 14 posters of women who worked for the war effort

Anon Change Over to a Victory Job propaganda poster Nd © Australian War Memorial

WWII - print vintage stuff from net & put in frames around reception

"Lets go - Wings for Victory" Campaign - During the war a campaign was launched to encourage people to donate money to purchase new aircraft for the war effort. This is one of the advertising posters from

"Women in Britain come into the factories. Ask at any employment exchange for advice and full details." Published in 1941 by the British Ministry of Information. Artwork by Donald Zec. - WWII propaganda poster Great Britain (UK), women war workers

Art style more reminiscent of US rather than UK - even Soviet to a degree. ("World War Two poster calling for female factory workers. Published in 1941 by the British Ministry of Information. Artwork by Donald Zec")

"Save Waste Paper - it used for ammunition and other vital needs." 1940'S WWII propaganda posters

WWII: "Save Waste Paper - it used for ammunition and other vital needs"

British Propaganda Posters of the Second World War - Talk less - you never know

50 Powerful Examples Of Visual Propaganda And The Meanings Behind Them

This vintage World War II poster features a man who is half normal civilian and half German soldier. It declares, "Talk Less, You Never Know". Celebrate American and History with this digitally restored vintage war poster from The War Is Hell Store.

This is a WW2 propaganda poster that depicts Hitler's skull attached to 2 bayonets. One belonging to Great Britain, the other belonging to the Soviet Union. This was a driving force for men to enlist in the military.

19 Incredible British Propaganda Posters From World War Two

British and soviet propaganda poster from WWII. It is important for the war because they inspired the civilians at home, and put fear in them.

World War II propaganda posters

World War II propaganda posters

WWII propaganda poster, depicting a Nazi stabbing a Bible, ca.

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