We eat because we work. We belong to the U.S. School Garden Army. -- WWI propaganda poster (USA), 1917. Work, Vintage Posters, Schools, Garden Posters, Victory Gardens, Garden Army, Victorygarden, School Gardens
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1918 - "Uncle Sam's Birthday. 1776- July 4th 1918. 142 Years Young and Going Strong." by The U.S. National Archives Download & print for the 4th of July!
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"Uncle Sam's Birthday. 1776- July 4th 1918. 142 Years Young and Going Strong." World War 1 poster. Fourth of July
U.S. Food Administration. Educational Division. Advertising Section, 1918: Uncle Sam's Birthday. 1776- July 4th 1918. 142 Years Young & Going Strong. http://www.crazywebsite.com/Free-Galleries-01/USA_Patriotic/pg-WW1_Posters_Vintage/Vintage_WW1_Patriotic_Posters_United_States_America-1_jpg.htm
"Uncle Sam's Birthday, 1776 ~ July 4th 1918 ~ 142 Years Young and Going Strong" ~ Patriotic WWI poster, 1918.
U.S. Food Administration. Educational Division. Advertising Section, 1918: Uncle Sam's Birthday. 1776- July 4th 1918. 142 Years Young and Going Strong.
Uncle Sam's Birthday. 1776- July 4th 1918. 142 Years Young and Going Strong. Ca. 1917. $12.99. On VintPrint.com. #wwi #poster
Vintage World War 1 Poster: This is a picture featuring Uncle Sam's birthday, the 4th of July in 1918. Uncle Sam is described as 142 years young, and still going strong. The poster shows Uncle Sam running with a bayonet, amid bursting shells; text reads: Uncle Sam's Birthday 1776 July 4th 1918, 142 years young and going strong! this was a patriotic World War 1 poster; Click to enlarge this USA Patriotic WW1 Poster copyright free public domain images graphic artwork .
Happy Independence Day, USA! Here's a nifty 4th of July poster from 1918. #July4th
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WWI Poster - recruiting women for the Motor Corps of America Help Us Salute Our Veterans by supporting their businesses at www.VeteransDirectory.com and Hire Veterans VIA www.HireAVeteran.com Repin and Link URLs
Yes sir--I am here! recruits wanted: Motor Corps... | Pritzker Military Museum & Library | Chicago - original by Edward Penfield (1866-1925), c. 1918.
Military Poster / Print: Armia polska we Francyi... | Pritzker Military Museum & Library | Chicago
WWI Poster - recruiting women for the Motor Corps of America - a cool starting point for an outift
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A World War I recruitment poster featuring David Farragut at Mobile Bay.
"Help Your Country Enlist in the Navy" ~ Classic WWI recruitment poster.
Damn the torpedoes” Day, Battle of Mobile Bay, August 5, 1864 ...
Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead! ~David Farragut
David Farragut U.S. Navy World War I recruiting poster.
David Farragut Ships | David Farragut At Mobile Bay
WW I US Navy recruiting poster -- Adm Farragut.
David Farragut WWI poster
US Navy Poster 1898
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‘We beat em before. We'll beat em again." France surrendered to the Nazis in June 1940, and this UK poster was possibly produced in response, encouraging the population to fight
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British WW2 propaganda poster: We beat 'em before. We'll beat 'em again!
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"We beat 'em before... We'll beat 'em again!" - WWII Poster
War propaganda poster. Coming out of WWI into WWII.
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1940 BRITISH POSTER WE LL BEAT THEM AGAIN
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Don't Dream of Victory, Fight For It! Buy Liberty Bonds - Vintage War Military Poster
"Don't dream of Victory - FIGHT FOR IT!" ~ WWI era Liberty Bonds poster, 1918.
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American WW1 Propaganda poster. Buy liberty bonds.
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American WW1 Liberty Bonds poster.
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Vintage World War II poster of Liberty shaking hands with a sailor. It reads, U.S.N. - America Calls Enlist In The Navy.
"America Calls Enlist in the Navy" - To learn more, visit the World War I Posters from the Elisabeth Ball Collection in the Ball State University Digital Media Repository. Copyright 2005, Ball State University. All Rights Reserved.
World War I Poster: America Calls, Enlist In The Navy The artist / illustrator of this poster was the noted artist, J. C. Leyendecker who was also famed for his Saturday Evening Post cover illustrations.
"America Calls, Enlist in the Navy" ~ WWI recruiting poster illustrated by J.C. Leyendecker.
U,S. Navy Recruiting Posters 1890s | Navy Recruitment Poster, by J. C. Leyendecker
US Navy recruitment poster by J.C. Leyendecker (c.1918) - offered by Old Imprints
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"America Calls. Enlist in the Navy" ~ WWI recruiting poster.
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WW1 French "One last effort" #UpscaleYourWalls with ruemarcellin.com Orginal #Vintage #Posters and #Prints
WW1 French propaganda poster: "One last effort"
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German WWI poster, "And you? Subscribe to the 7th War Loan at the imperial-royal, Prussian-Austrian Lending Bank"
German WW1 propaganda poster "And you?"
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Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | Save Serbia our ally. Send contributions to Serbian Relief Committee of America.
WW1 Allied Poster - Save Serbia Our Ally http://blog.chron.com/txpotomac/2009/05/we-remember-the-fallen-world-war-i-propaganda-posters/
When Serbian flag flew above the White House http://www.serbia.com/when-serbian-flag-flew-above-the-white-house/
Save Serbia - our ally, 1916 by Steinlen || They finally "save" Serbia in 1998 using the NATO forces
Save Serbia, WWI - America / Les alliances changent étrangement...
American propaganda poster in support of Serbia, World War One.
'Save Serbia Our Ally', Poster, 1915 Giclee Print
Save Serbia (1916). Théophile Alexandre Steinlen
WWI US propaganda poster.
World War II Poster
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She's still behind him! #WW2 #vintage #propaganda #poster #WOW #1940s | World War 2 Propaganda Poster | Poster Design // Words
War poster women left behind stay faithful | Americana | Art | She's a WOW campaign for the women helping support our soldiers during the war |
She's still behind him! #WW2 #vintage #propaganda #poster #WOW #1940s These women were really made of something!
FB: Women in the War Wednesday! Women Ordinance Workers (or WOWs) were women who worked in war factories during World War II. Do you know anyone that was a WOW during World War II? If so, please shoot us a message! image via http://www.allposters.com Twitter: #WOW Check out this #WorldWarII poster featuring a Woman Ordinance Worker #WW2women (via allposters.com)
Woman of Wonder = Wonder Woman ;) That was what my Grandma Dell did! She made airplane parts during World War II Help Us Salute Our Veterans by supporting their businesses at www.VeteransDirectory.com and Hire Veterans VIA www.HireAVeteran.com Repin and Link URLs
"The girl he left behind is still behind him. She's a WOW." (Woman Ordnance Worker) illustrated by Adolph Treidler, 1942 - WWII propaganda poster USA, women war workers
American WWII poster, "The girl he left behind is still behind him. She's a WOW" If men say women and girls aren't strong we are.
WWII Posters: The Girl He left behind is Still Behind Him...She's a WOW (Woman Ordance Worker)
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Hello! This is Liberty Speaking. Billions of dollars are needed and needed NOW.
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WAR POSTER 'Hello! This is Liberty speaking. Billions of dollars are needed and needed now.' Color lithograph by Z.P. Nikolaki, 1918.
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WWI propaganda poster. Hello! This is Liberty Speaking. Billions of dollars are needed and needed NOW.
Title: Hello! This is liberty speaking - billions of dollars are needed and needed now / Z.P. Nikolaki. Creator(s): Nikolaki, Z. P., artist Date Created/Published: 1918. Medium: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, color ; 31 x 23 cm. Summary: Statue of Liberty on telephone.
Hello! This is Liberty Speaking. Billions of dollars are needed and needed NOW. http://vintagraph.com/wwi-posters/single-gallery/6123951
"Hello! This is Liberty Speaking. Billions of dollars are needed and needed NOW" ~ WWI poster.
VP-372 VINTAGE POSTER ART ~ 8x10 PRINT ~ Patriotic ~ Lady Liberty on Telephone
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This WWI U.S. Army Air Service recruiting poster shows a service man cranking on airplane propeller. 'For Action Enlist in the Air Service.' Illustrated by Otho Cushing, c. 1917.
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Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | For action enlist in the Air Service.For action enlist in the Air Service. LOC Summary: U.S. Army Air Service recruiting poster showing man cranking on airplane propeller. Date Created/Published: Boston : Forbes, between 1917 and 1920. World War 1 poster provided by LOC. Original medium: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : halftone, color.
"For Action Enlist in the Air Service" ~ This 1917 WWI U.S. Army Air Service recruiting poster illustrated by Otho Cushing shows a service man cranking on airplane propeller.
This WWI U.S. Army Air Service recruiting poster shows a service man cranking on airplane propeller. "For Action Enlist in the Air Service."
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For Action Air Force Vintage Metal Sign measures approximately 18 inches x 12 inches. Unlike most tin signs, we design and make our signs in the United States using 24 gauge American steel and a process known as sublimation, where the image is baked into a powder coating for a durable and long lasting finish. We then perform a vintaging process by hand to give this sign an aged look and feel. The edges of this sign are rounded for extra rigidity and the corners are drilled and riveted for easy h
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"Enlist in the Air Service" WW I Vintage Poster 24x33
WW! US poster: "This WWI fund raising poster shows a girl feeding a wounded soldier and reads, "Food for France." The poster was produced in 1918 by New York's W.F. Powers Co."
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Food for France. LOC Summary: Poster showing a girl feeding soup to a wounded soldier. Date Created/Published: New York : The W. F. Powers Co., Litho., 1918. World War One propaganda poster
WW! US poster: "This WWI fund raising poster shows a girl feeding a wounded soldier and reads, "Food for France." The poster was produced in 1918 by New York's W.F. Powers Co." And Yet How Little We The World Has Leaned Since Then Allowing Islamic Terrorists To Strike At Will and Still The Question Is Begging To Be Asked, Why Do We Allow Such Atrocities Against Humanity To Continue As 129 People Now Lay Murdered In Paris France Today 11/15/2015
(WWI POSTERS) RAYER, HENRI. Three WWI propaganda posters, two by Henri Raye
A Francis Luis Mora illustration from 1918, published in New York.
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Food for France, WWI, 1918 by F.Luis Mora
American WWI poster, "Food For France"
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Look Jane, that one has your dad's name on it...[This so True and Very Serious, Wake up..This Administration Has Declared War On The American People!!..csw]
Daddy helps build them to protect OUR FREEDOM. - vintage poster, WW2, 1940s
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America's neighborhood watch | Anonymous ART of Revolution
New and Improved: America's Neighborhood watch. #Drones
Welcome to the new 'surveillance society' #Drones
America's NEW AND IMPROVED Neighborhood Watch!
Look Jane. See the drone. Look, look.
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this is another war propaganda poster aiming the community to enlist in the army so together they can destroy this mad brute together, that is the Japanese at this time, in a effort to get troops these posters would anger americans with this images and want to join to protect whats theirs to make it clear here is the definition of propaganda http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/propaganda
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"DESTROY THIS MAD BRUTE - Enlist U.S. Army" is the caption of this World War I propaganda poster for enlistment in the US Army. A dribbling, mustachioed ape wielding a club bearing the German word "kultur" and wearing a pickelhaube helmet with the word "militarism" is walking onto the shore of America while holding a half-naked woman in his grasp (possibly meant to depict Liberty). This is a US version of an earlier British poster with the same image. Dated ca 1917.
Destroy this Mad Brute!! Militarism - Propaganda Home Decor Art - circa WWI era
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'Destroy this mad brute' WWI propaganda poster (US version)
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“Our boys need sox. Knit your bit.” American Red Cross poster for World War I published between 1914 and 1918!
"Our Boys Need SOX - Knit Your Bit" ~ American Red Cross" ~ WWI poster encouraging women to knit for the troops. Printed between 1914 and 1918.
“Our boys need sox. Knit your bit.” American Red Cross poster for World War I published between 1914 and 1918. Did anyone else notice that it was the PHOTOGRAPHER who was getting shot? The mud is too clear and the soldier to far in the background!
U.S. World War I poster: "Our boys need sox - knit your bit" | American Red Cross (N.Y. American Lithographic Co., between 1914 and 1918; Library of Congress call number: POS - WWI - US, no. 118, C size)
Our Boys Need Sox - Knit Your Bit American Red Cross Vintage Poster Canvas Art Print (5124) 12"x8". $34.99 USD, via Etsy.
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Our Boys Need Sox - Knit your Bit - American Red Cross vintage poster
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World War I-era poster shows a black cat with outstretched claws soaring over the tanks below. Poster urges Americans to join the United States Tank Corps. Artist: August William Hutaf, ca. 1917-1919.
Treat 'em Rough / Join the Tanks United States Tank Corps, 1918, August William Hutaf These illustrators produced some indelible images, including one of the most iconic American images ever made: James Montgomery Flagg's stern image of Uncle Sam pointing to the viewer above the words, "I Want You for U.S. Army."
7-S9-WP44 Treat 'em Rough - Join the Tanks. United States Tank Corps. Open to fighting men - all classes 18 to 45. Apply at 1800 E. Street, ...
American poster, 1917: Treat 'em Rough! Join the Tanks. Not a USMC poster, but it is a Tanker poster.
World War I Recruitment Poster (U.S. Government, 1917). Tank Corps Recruitment Poster. "Treat 'Em Rough! Join the Tanks."
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US Tanks Corps Propaganda Poster, cat
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The Last Days of Mankind: Showing at a war near you now, 'The Pride of New York'!
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World War-1 Pride of New York by x-ray delta one, via Flickr
World War One: "Pride of New York" | by x-ray delta one
World War 1 Movie "The Pride of New York"
World War-1 Pride of New York
WWI propaganda film poster
WWI propaganda poster.
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