WW1 Navy recruiting poster
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THE NAVY NEEDS YOU DON'T READ AMERICAN HISTORY MAKE IT US NAVY RECRUITING STATION VINTAGE POSTER REPRO
"Don't Read American History - Make It!" ~ WWI US Navy recruitment poster illustrated by James Montgomery Flagg.. - Help Us Salute Our Veterans by supporting their businesses at www.VeteransDirectory.com, Post Jobs and Hire Veterans VIA www.HireAVeteran.com Repin and Link URLs
"The Navy Needs You! Don't Read American History - Make It! U.S. Navy Recruiting Station" 1914-1918, James Montgomery Flagg
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World War I Poster: The Navy Needs You! Don't Read American History - Make it! U S Navy Recruiting Station The artist / illustrator of this poster was the noted artist, James Montgomery Flagg who was also famed for his "Uncle Sam" illustrations.
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PD Image: World War I U.S. Navy propaganda poster (1917 or 1918) by American artist and illustrator James Montgomery Flagg (1877-1960). The message on the U.S. Navy Recruiting Station poster is "The Navy Needs You! Don't READ American History, MAKE IT!" The poster features a US Navy sailor who addresses a civilian reading about the war in a newspaper, in the sky above them Columbia holds a sword and flag, and a battle ship is far beyond, in the distance.
WWI Poster The Navy Needs You! Don't Read American History Make It! / James Mont
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WW1 US recruiting poster. From 1914-1918, all the focus of the was on the U.S. Involvement in the war. Thousands of young men enlisted, with strong, young athletes especially encouraged.
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Join up and you may come home without it. WWI US recruiting poster.
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SHARED BY THE RALEIGH DeGEER AMYX COLLECTION - CIRCA 1916 -#Irish WWI Recruitment Poster.
Irish WWI Recruitment Poster. Mother Ireland beckoning her children to fight.
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First World War Poster, Ireland. The call to arms. Irishmen don t you hear it? Bagpipes and Irish Wolf Hound.
World War I recruitment poster : "The call to arms. Irishmen don't you hear it?" : David Allen & Sons Ltd., 40 Gt. Brunswick St., Dublin.
I assume the dog in the historical recruiting poster was supposedly an Irish Wolfhound?
https://flic.kr/p/9Hthe1 | The pipes are calling | 20,000 copies of this recruitment poster were printed in July 1916 under Warrant No. 1725. Size: 76 x 50.8 cm Date: July 1916 Printed by: David Allen & Sons Ltd., 40 Great Brunswick Street, Dublin (for H.M.S.O.) NLI Ref.: <a href="http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000023826" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">EPH F96</a> (A1 size) Reproduction rights owned by the <a href="http://www.nli.ie/en/rights-and-reproductions.aspx" rel="nofollow">National Library of Ireland</a>
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World War I recruitment poster featuring Irish war hero Michael O’Leary (1890-1961) ~ Repinned Via Laurie Shields https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/67201_331334973643395_1852103347_n.jpg
"AN IRISH HERO! 1 Irishman Defeats 10 Germans." In contrast with other posters, it seems to me that the Irish propaganda posters played on the brave efforts of individuals. Would you want to emulate him? Don't you want to become him! Extremely interesting compared to the others we have seen where it is more about the group, than emulating the individual. -MAW
WWI recruitment poster featuring Irish war hero Michael O'Leary(1890-1961) - WILL NEVER UNDERSTAND WHY ANY IRISHMAN FOUGHT FOR ENGLAND......THANK GOD NONE OF MY FAMILY EVER FELT THAT NEED.......
World War I recruitment poster featuring Irish war hero Michael O’Leary (1890-1961).
Irish guards recruiting poster, 1915. The English really have some front.
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As an Army brat, I owe much to the military for what it and my father and all others who serve provided me growing up, and I appreciate anyone with the guts to join any of the branches working for the continued safety of our communities. While I may be "just" a civilian, I intend to make a similarly powerful impact, and take no sacrifice for granted. #army #duty #community #sacrifice #military
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Be a Sea Soldier? This must be a very old saying. I have never called a Marine a soldier. Have you?
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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.
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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
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A Francis Luis Mora illustration from 1918, published in New York.
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A poster for WWI Liberty Bonds shows a German soldier leading a young girl by the hand: "Remember Belgium. Buy Bonds; Fourth Liberty Loan." Illustrated by Ellsworth Young, c. 1918.
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World War I poster. “Remember Belgium—Buy bonds—Fourth Liberty Loan” - During World War I, Allied Nations relied for propaganda on images and accounts of German atrocities to motivate their citizens to participate in the war effort. In this scene, the silhouetted German soldier with his thick Kaiser mustache drags a young girl away while the ruins of the city burn in the background
This propaganda poster made German's look like monsters and encouraged the people of Belgium to enlist in the army to fight against Germany.
"Remember Belgium" was a great Propaganda, it showed how horrific the Germans acted against Belgium just to get to France, as you can see, that's a German soldier taking an innocent Belgian girl.
Remember Belgium. The story is about occupation of Belgium by German Empire in WWI. Belgium was often pictured as a young made, who is assaulted by German soldier (well recognizable by his helmet and the mustache)
Hercule Poirot came to England unwillingly, chased out of Belgium when the Germans invaded at the start of World War I. The German's mistreatment of the Belgium population became an effective propaganda weapon for the Allies.
Rape of Belgium Propaganda. At first "rape" was figurative, because the Germans violated Belgium neutrality (although doubtlessly rape, pillaging and looting happened in the invasion). But it got sensationalized, with particular focus on sexual abuse and torment. Thus this WWI propaganda poster.
"Remember Belgium" - that's a German soldier taking an innocent Belgian girl.
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Unpatriotic A WWI poster from the British National War Savings Committee urges restraint in the use of materials during war time. It's better to spend on war bonds: "To dress extravagantly in war time is worse than bad form, it is unpatriotic." Printed by Roberts & Leete, Ltd., London, 1915.
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To dress extravagantly in war time is worse than bad form it is unpatriotic. Date Created/Published: London : National War Savings Committee, 1915 | British WW1 Propaganda Poster
British poster, National War Savings Committee, 1915: To Dress Extravagantly in War Time is Worse Than Bad Form it is Unpatriotic
WWII poster encouraging thriftiness "To Dress Extravagantly in War Time is worse than Bad Form it is Unpatriotic"
A WWI poster from the British National War Savings Committee urges restraint in the use of materials during war time. It's better to spend on war bonds: "To dress extravagantly in war time is worse than bad form, it is unpatriotic." Printed by Roberts Leete, Ltd., London, 1915.
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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.
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Join American Red Cross by R.C. Kauffman (US, WWII) They still are going strong today - see their website at http://www.icrc.org/eng/
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#ClosetSkellies Irish Canadians enlist in an Irish & Canadian battalion. Lt. Col. H J Trihey. #Canada #FirstWorldWar
WWI propaganda in Canada. If the Irish don't want to fight for you, try some Irish Canadians?
Irish Canadian Conflict and the Struggle for Irish Independence, 1912-1925 By Robert McLaughlin - Between 1912 and 1925, Ireland convulsed with political and revolutionary upheaval in pursuit of self-government. Canadians of Irish descent, both Catholic and Protestant, diligently followed these conflicts, and many became actively involved in the dramatic events overseas. Irish Canadian Conflict and the Struggle for Irish Independence tells the unique story of how Irish Canadians
WW1 Irish Canadian Rangers. Poster for the Montreal’s Irish community.
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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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