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WWII Propaganda poster
United We Win During World War II, racial restriction and segregation were facts of life in the U.S. military. Nevertheless, an overwhelming majority of African Americans participated wholeheartedly in the fight against the Axis powers. They did so, however, with an eye toward ending racial discrimination in American society. This objective was expressed in the call, initiated in the black press for the "Double V"-victory over fascism abroad and over racism at home.
United We Win | 1943 by Black History Album, via Flickr
American WWII poster, "United We Win"
Vintage WWII 1940s propaganda poster. Flo Owens is the unseen hard working mother in the aftermath of WWII.
The Paper Collector: World War II posters
Vintage Political Posters from World War II
WWII Propaganda Poster. Are you kidding me with this one?
Whitcomb, Jon (artist); United States. Public Health Service (sponsor); United States. Federal Security Agency (sponsor)
For final Victory and after - keep saving! [This is the kind of propaganda worth following.]
On duty you must look smart - never painted. WW2. Then as now ...... Lipstick can help define women from men ! hahahaha
Food will win the war. Wheat is needed for the allies by Boston Public Library, via Flickr
June 1941 -Cover of the American Legion Magazine
Found there is an absolutely amazing amount of WWII propaganda posters on flickr, had to drag myself away from looking through them, but not without sharing it first.