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Propaganda Posters, 1914 Kitchener, British Army, Army Poster
The army poster of a symbolic, heroic man was common for getting army recruits. It wasn't only the United States that used this visual rhetoric. A debate rages on about which country was the first to use this technique. Everything about this style has a manliness aspect to it that nobody will understand.
1914 British recruitment poster. It was enormously successful at convincing men to volunteer, and was the inspiration for the US Uncle Sam posters.
A 1914 recruitment poster depicting Lord Kitchener, the British Secretary of State for War, above the words "WANTS YOU" was the most famous image used in the British Army recruitment campaign of World War I. It has inspired many imitations
Lord Kitchener Appointed Secretary of State in 1914, Kitchener played a crucial role in raising a large volunteer army in Britain. He led efforts to expand arms production and set Britain on course for the long effort of the war. Born: 1850 Died: 1916
99 years ago today on 4th August 1914 the United Kingdom declared war on Germany in what was to become the Great War. Of the almost 9 million men of the British Empire went to fight, more than 3.2 million were killed or wounded.
The notorious World War One recruitment poster, featuring Lord Kitchener, who was to drown on board a ship hit by a German mine, June 1916.
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General Kitchener, call up poster 1914
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