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Old war posters are awesome.

Women in the War We Can't Win Without Them WWII War Propaganda Art Print Poster Masterprint

Popeye fa propaganda contro il Giappone (seconda guerra mondiale)

WWII anti Japanese and Nazi propaganda poster for War Stamps featuring Popeye. Help Us Salute Our Veterans by supporting their businesses at www

Ivy's brother tries and succeeds in joining the army to fight in WWII

WWII Posters

In World War posters were used to help to keep the country motivated and believing in the great war. WWII propaganda posters were also a big part of disseminating the governments message. Rosie the Riveter may be one of the most famous examples.

I was born way too late! Love this image,

Couple in Penn Station sharing farewell kiss before he ships off to war during WWII. (Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images) Jan 1943

Federal Civilian Office Personnel - World War II - US Civil Service Commission - Vintage Recruiting Poster

Victory Waits On Your Fingers - Vintage Reproduction Poster print art keep em flying miss usa us america american propaganda women typing secretary gift

Helping to Crack the World's Biggest NUT ~ US WWII poster, 1942-1945

Powerful visual metaphors were common and remain common in public propaganda imagery, a quality that will be noted and used for my project.

WWI U.S. Navy Recruiting Poster--Is that a rocket in your crotch, or are you REALLY glad to see me?

Join the Navy, the service for fighting men by Richard Fayerweather Babcock. Created in 1917 as a color lithograph at 106 x 72 cm. Poster showing a sailor astride a torpedo.

on a piece of modern day propaganda I found. Israel and Palestine ...

“UK government announces further tax rises: sales tax up on alcohol, tobacco, cinema tickets. Income tax stays at

American  WW2  Uh, war is some kinda feminism! LOL

'WWII - US Government recruiting poster for women workers. With increasing numbers of men involved in military duties, women workers had become of strategic importance. Their contribution was vital to final victory.

British poster: Tittle Tattle Lost the Battle

Not American, but an interesting vintage British poster: Tittle Tattle Lost the Battle