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Irish Canadian Rangers, after Whistler's Mother Poster
Women and children propoganda posters
Canadian artist Hal Ross Perrigard gave James McNeill Whistler credit for the inspiration behind this 1915 poster
Canadian WWI recruitment poster for the Irish Canadian Rangers, "Fight for her"
Canadian WWI Poster, found via Mental Floss - "You might recognize the image in this poster. After all, artist Hal Ross Perrigard based this 1915 poster on Whistler’s famous painting of his mother. What an American-born, British-based painter and his mother had to do with the Irish Canadian Rangers, I can’t tell you, but it does show that great art is appreciated even during major war periods."
Come on Canada!, ca. 1939-1945... cool gun .)
Canadian WWII poster, "Let's Go Canada"
"Canadians Advance and Attack!" ~Repinned via Anny GL www.flickr.com/...
Canadian Victory Bond poster from WW2.
Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | Canadian WW1 Propaganda Posters Page 6
A great-grandfather fought in the trenches in WWI, as well as a great-great-uncle - Canadian WWI Propaganda poster.
Now we're talk'in... Fighting and hockey... Two things Canadians do really well;)
Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | Canadian WW1 Propaganda Posters Page 17
Canadian WWI Propaganda. Trying to get Canadian men to join the war
Canadian WWI poster, Montreal, "Are YOU one of Kitchener's Own?"
What Were YOU Doing While I Was at Dieppe? 1940s, WWII, Canada
Canadian WW2 poster (1941-42). The artists were A.E. Cloutier and Eric Aldwinkle.