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World War I & World War II Propaganda Posters | Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections

Original Poster WWII 1942 Soldier to War Buy War Bonds Homefront Propaganda

Canadian WW2 poster admonishing against "careless talk"

A Canadian version of the familiar "careless talk costs lives" posters commonly used in Allied countries during the war.

He Volunteered for Submarines Service

He Volunteered for Submarines Service

Vintage Military Propaganda Poster: He Volunteered for Submarine Service

Jenny on the job...  Workers health poster, 10  US Public Health Service  Kula  1943

Unsung Sewing Patterns: Simplicity 4104 - Misses' and women's Slack Suit and Coverall - from the poster series "Jenny on the Job"

30 Political Propaganda Posters from Modern History

30 Political Propaganda Posters from Modern History

Free Labor Will Win. Very scarce original vintage world war two homefront propaganda poster. Large format measuring inches in excellent condition.

Don't Let That Shadow Touch Them (1942) - illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith.

World War II war bond poster. In "Blue Skies Tomorrow," Helen Carlisle, a war widow and mother of young Jay-Jay, works tirelessly to raise money for the war effort.

World War II Poster   O'er The Ramparts We Watch  US by Imagerich on etsy.

Title: Oer The Ramparts We Watch - U. Army Air Forces Date Created/Published: 1941 - 1945 Approximate size:

John Falter poster shows a telegram from a wounded sweetheart, suggesting that women enlisted to support their male loved ones as an act of patriotic duty. This did  motivate many, but women joined for many reasons. Some women had never left their hometowns and yearned for the excitement of travel, jobs and new friends. Others joined to escape unfulfilling, low-paying jobs or to use their skills and talents in formerly male-only roles.

Waves Recruitment poster ~ "This poster, depicting a telegraph from a wounded sweetheart at the battlefront, suggests that women enlisted in the Navy to support their male loved ones, as an act of patriotic duty." By John Falter, 1945

Japanese WWII propaganda poster (No idea what it says, but I like it. I'll get one of my friends to translate it for me.)

Japanese WWII propaganda poster (No idea what it says, but I like it. I'll get one of my friends to translate it for me.

.:.Everyone Should Do His Bit by  Unknown Artist.1915 AD

Poster showing a young man in uniform, posed with a drum, before a wall displaying enlistment posters by the Parliamentary

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