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WW1 Propaganda Poster - Wounded U.S. Soldier Illustration by critterville

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American WW1 Propaganda poster. Buy liberty bonds.

British Army recruitment poster, 1917. 'Your Chums are Fighting. Why aren't You?' Silhouette of soldiers, bayonets drawn, advancing into battle.

Canadian WWI Propaganda

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American Fund for French Wounded. LOC Summary: A French soldier picking up medical supplies from the Red Cross. Two nurses in background.

Australian recruiting poster depicting a wounded soldier standing triumphantly on a battlefield. In the background are battleships, plumes of smoke ...

[USA WWI] "Side by Side - Britannia!", 1918 by James

British WW2 poster.

American 1918 WW1 poster of a soldier clutching an American flag. Poster reads Over the top for you - Buy U.S. gov't bonds,

WW1 Propaganda Poster - Wounded U.S. Soldier Illustration by critterville

World War One British recruiting and propaganda poster c1915 featuring a soldier blowing a bugle and

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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 ...

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

US poster: "This WWI fund raising poster shows a girl feeding a

WW1 Propaganda Poster - Wounded U.S. Soldier Illustration by critterville

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

Frederick Strothmann was the artist responsible for this poster issued by the U.S. Dept. of

'Help the Red Cross' ~ Vintage World War I Poster of a Red Cross Nurse Helping a Wounded Soldier.

Poster featuring a basket of food and the words 'Food is ammunition - don'

One mind, one thought, it unites us; we have to win the enemy.

... 1988.42.26 front US propaganda poster showing careless talk is more dangerous than a rattlesnake

6. This is What It Will Take to Win

American World War I recruitment poster.

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

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

Gordon Grant (1875–1962). Jobs for Fighters, 1919. Color lithographic poster. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (019.01.00)

WW1 Propaganda Poster - Wounded U.S. Soldier Illustration

Cigarettes & Tobacco and ww1 Soldiers - Tony Allen

WWI propaganda recruitment graphic artwork poster for British Army serving in France 'Come lad slip

Tote Bag

American soldiers WW1 soldiers advancing through barbed wire with rifles and fixed bayonets. 1918 charcoal

Preserve Co-operation, 1917, Carter Housh (The Huntington Library, Art Galleries, and Botanical Gardens)

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Hardcover Journal

Japanese propaganda, used in the Philippines in an attempt to discourage American troops and sway Filipinos to the side of the Japanese.

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Poster featuring three men in a harvest, with the words 'The world cry food

This poster contrasts a soldier in the trenches with a woman and her children in a

Canada created the War Poster Service in 1916 to produce posters in both official languages.

Your Liberty Bond will help stop this! World war one Spanish language American propaganda poster

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Found this in with a bunch of other Propaganda posters. It is a little different though, an artist picture of the end of the 1st World War (WW1).

Irish World War I propaganda recruitment poster, c. 1915, by Hely's Limited, Dublin.

I Am Telling You

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World War 1 Vintage American Propaganda Poster 'FOR YOUR BOY' WW1 illustrating United Work

events, First World War / WWI, propaganda, poster, announcement of a military concert at the Munich Loewenbraeukeller, Germany,

Canada created the War Poster Service in 1916 to produce posters in both official languages.

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Teamwork Builds Ships, ca. 1918, William Dodge Stevens (The Huntington Library, Art Galleries, and Botanical Gardens)

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Let's Go Canada! by Henri Eveleigh 1939–1945

Vintage WW1 British Military Recruitment propaganda poster 'Isn't this worth fighting for?

... cradling an injured soldier. "The Greatest Mother in the World." American World War I propaganda poster.

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First World War, WWI, World War I, world war, war, Europe

AND THEY THOUGHT WE COULDNT FIGHT. American World War 1 poster of wounded soldier on

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Teamwork wins - United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation. American WW1 Propaganda Posters

First World War, WWI, World War I, world war, war, Europe

If you can't go across with a gun, come across with your part of the Red Cross war fund. LOC Summary: Poster showing a wounded man gesturing toward a Red ...

Poster for the bond issued to support the upcoming offensive against the German Army, an offensive that would fail. the image of the Russian soldier ...

Scene from the Home Front - Japanese propaganda leaflet

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

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

Vintage Soviet Propaganda Posters From The Era Of Stalin And World War II

Propaganda developed during WW2

This United States Navy recruitment poster from 1918 appeals to patriotism.

It might come as a shock to some American readers that the American poster on the left above isn't quite so American, and that it was not invented for World ...

A German poster showing German soldiers ...

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

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Title: Wake up America Day – April 19, 1917 / James Montgomery Flagg. Creator(s): Flagg, James Montgomery, 1877-1960, artist Date Created/Published: 1917.

Fight Propaganda

Of Course I Can - WW2 Propaganda Poster. $13.00. WW1 Propaganda Poster - U.S. Military ...

First World War/WW1 propaganda poster

Help Him Win By Saving and Serving

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Wallace Morgan illustrated this wartime poster for the U.S. Food Administration.

WWI Propaganda Posters

LOC Summary: Poster showing a Red Cross nurse offering a wounded soldier a ...

Join the brave throng, ca. 1915.

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