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Promotional poster for The Blue Cross Fund which raised pounds (nearly pounds today) for sick and injured animals during the First World War

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

Great Britain, WWI, "The Wounded Chum - A Case For The Blue Cross

Hassall, John Blue Fund- WWI- Horses, IV {Similar Poster Below- has different message & is less sharp and color is 'aged'}

Women and Children in World War I Propaganda Posters

WORLD WAR I American poster supporting the war effort. Put the church behind Pershing To win this war the boys at the front need strength of spirit : a ...

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Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | British WW1 Propaganda Posters

Vintage Propaganda and Ad Posters of the (Page. Calvary, Save the Army Horse - World War I

The Blue Cross animal charity has put a First World War archive online, with posters and other documents. It includes an interesting booklet, 'The Drivers', ...

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | British WW1 Propaganda Posters

Q A photograph of the propaganda poster entitled "Red Cross or Iron Cross" by David Wilson and WFB. The poster depicts a German nurse pouring a glass of ...

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | American WW1 Propaganda Posters Page 73

Brand New 24"x36" poster Ships rolled in a sturdy corrugated tube

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WWI - Our Dumb Friends' League : Blue Cross Fund.

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Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | Women in WW1 Page 6

The Canadian Patriotic Fund was a private fundraising organisation set up in 1914 to help provide. Ww1 Propaganda PostersPolitical ...

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | WW1 War Bond Posters Page 71

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Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | American WW1 Propaganda Posters Page 265

British WW1 Propaganda Posters. British Empire Union. "Once a German, always a German." Remember! Every German employed means a British worker idle.

WW1 poster for event in Glagow 1917 © RSPCA

"Blue Cross Fund" - John Hassall War Relief Poster by docarelle, via Flickr | The History Wall | Pinterest | Photos, Poster and War

A Blue Cross Fund promotional poster during World War I

Keep this hand of mercy at its work one hundred million dollars : War fund week

WW1 UK Recruitment propaganda poster in1914 showing a British soldier making an appeal to join up

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Ww1 posters · A poster for the Blue Cross Fund, a British animal charity first raised during the

Italian Red Cross matinee, Savoy Theatre, Monday, December 4th, 1916. British WW1 Propaganda Posters ...

The most famous and enduring recruitment poster image from WW1. Designed by Alfred Leete.

"They Are Proud of You. Be Proud of Yourself." American World War I recruitment poster.

British WW1 Propaganda Posters: Lord Roberts of Kandahar

£1 for 156. If you cannot fight - lend your money. Go to the post office to-day.

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Help the Horse to Save the Soldier

World War One 1 propaganda poster campaign 'Women of Britain Say Go' - Stock

Poster printed with illustration of a tiger leaping at a fleeing German soldier. Title at

Boots poster

Colour poster with illustration of man, in an ocean, wearing a life jacket and

WW1 Recruitment propaganda poster in 1914 UK for The Red Cross - Stock Image

Enlisted for duration of the war. Help the national egg collection for the wounded. British WW1 Propaganda Posters

Poster of a large red cross inset with a black and red illustration of a nursing

Red Cross recruitment poster, 1917. Ww1 ...

'Posters As Munitions' Show At WWI Museum Revives Love For Fighting Animals | KCUR

Anonymous, If You Knew A Day's Pay Would Save A Life - Would You Give

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A rare collection of patriotic First World War recruitment posters have been unearthed after 100 years

US WWI Museum seeks your vote on historic Great War posters

What Was The Purpose Of Propaganda Posters In Ww1?

Women of Britain say Go! WW1 framed 1915 poster reproduction E J Kealey

WW1 Military Recruitment Poster for the Coldstream Guards. Painting by unknown artist.

Poster by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, featuring St. George and the Dragon.

World War 1 postcard sold in aid of the Blue Cross Fund; titled 'Good

Tanks Corps poster

"The Greatest Mother in the World." American World War I propaganda poster.

Step into Your Place, 1915, artist unknown (The Huntington Library, Art Galleries, and Botanical Gardens)

'Posters as Munitions' - New exhibition at US WW1 museum

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Music as War Propaganda

British Empire Posters of WWI

They fight for you - protect them Help the Red Cross raise $100,000,000 at once. American WW1 Propaganda Posters ...

WW1 Recruitment propaganda poster in 1914 UK - Stock Image

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All Together poster

"Do something" for the horses - help the Blue Cross Fund. British WW1 Propaganda Posters. "

British World War I recruitment poster. Published by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, 1915.

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How Were Propaganda Posters Used In World War 1?

WW1 Recruitment enlist to The Front propaganda poster in 1914-1916 UK - Stock Image

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British propaganda poster from WWI - Stock Image

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US Navy Recruitment Poster 1917

1918, William Dodge Stevens (The Huntington Library, Art Galleries, and Botanical Gardens)

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The Red Cross Nurse as a Maker of Propaganda

A Canadian WW1 Propaganda poster encouraging Jews to join military troops overseas - Stock Image

Destroy this mad brute—United States propaganda (Harry R. Hopps; 1917)

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British propaganda poster from WWI, 1915 - Stock Image

"Motherless; How Much to Save These Little Lives?" WWI American Red Cross · " ...

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I Want You for U.S. Army, 1917, James Montgomery Flagg (The Huntington Library, Art Galleries, and Botanical Gardens)

World War 1 Propaganda Posters | Examples of Propaganda from WW1

Beat back the hun with liberty bonds Poster

This vintage World War 1 poster features Lady Liberty waving the American flag. - Stock