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Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: German propaganda poster, WW1

German propaganda poster, WW1
German propaganda poster, encouraging women to work in the Home Army during the First World War, for example by working in munitions factories to make grenades for soldiers to use. Date: 1914-1918

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: United States Naval Construction Battalions - Seabees

United States Naval Construction Battalions - Seabees We Build and Fight with all our might! Date: 1942

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Britains Sea Power Is Yours

Britains Sea Power Is Yours
World War Two propaganda poster - Britains Sea Power Is Yours - showing the might of a British King George V Class Battleship cutting a swathe through the ocean

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: German propaganda poster, U Boote Heraus!, WW1

German propaganda poster, U Boote Heraus!, WW1
A German propaganda poster, U Boote Heraus! (U Boats Launch!), showing a submarine officer looking through a periscope with a sinking torpedoed enemy ship in the background

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Propaganda poster for the RAF

Propaganda poster for the RAF during World War Two. Victory of the Allies is assured. Intensive bombing of Germanys war industries continues

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Britains Sea Power Is Yours

Britains Sea Power Is Yours
World War Two propaganda poster for the Royal Navy - Britains Sea Power Is Yours - depicting a British submarine crew at action stations during an attack

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Your Country Needs You Recruitment 1914 1910s UK Lord Kitchener propaganda WW1 slogans

Your Country Needs You Recruitment 1914 1910s UK Lord Kitchener propaganda WW1 slogans patriotism Caxton Alfred Leete, Eric Field (Copywriter)

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Back Them Up

Back Them Up! World War Two poster issued by HMSO (Her Majestys Stationery Office) featuring RAF Spitfires chasing and downing German fighter aircraft

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Britains Sea Power Is Yours

Britains Sea Power Is Yours
World War Two propaganda poster for the Royal Navy - Britains Sea Power Is Yours - showing destroyers in line ahead

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Salvation Army / Wwi

Salvation Army / Wwi
World War I poster requesting the public to donate food and supplies to the Salvation Army who will distribute to soldiers fighting in France

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Free French - Honour the Maquis

Free French - Honour the Maquis. The Maquis were rural guerrilla bands of French Resistance fighters, called maquisards, during the Occupation of France in World War II Date: circa 1941

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Propaganda poster: prime ministers statement

Propaganda poster: prime ministers statement
Second world war propaganda poster. Above a photograph of five brave airmen is a quotation from the Prime Minister, Winston Churchill: Never was so much owed by so many to so few

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Propaganda poster: careless talk costs lives

Propaganda poster: careless talk costs lives
Second world war propaganda poster warning people that careless talk costs lives. Tell nobody -- not even her

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Britains Sea Power Is Yours

Britains Sea Power Is Yours
World War Two propaganda poster for the Royal Navy - Britains Sea Power Is Yours - illustrated by an Illustrious class aircraft carrier with its escorts and aircraft

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: WORLD WAR I: UNCLE SAM. James Montgomery Flaggs famous I Want You U. S

WORLD WAR I: UNCLE SAM. James Montgomery Flaggs famous I Want You U. S. Army recruiting poster of 1918
WORLD WAR I: UNCLE SAM. James Montgomery Flaggs famous I Want You U.S. Army recruiting poster of 1918, used again in every subsequent American war

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: The Last Man, Hans Bohrdt - Propaganda - German navy officer

The Last Man, Hans Bohrdt - Propaganda - German navy officer
In 1915 Hans Bohrdt created his most famous illustration which is called " The Last Man". The image shows a German navy officer holding up a German flag as his ship sinks because he would

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: WORLD WAR I: NAVY POSTER. I Want You for the Navy. American World War I poster, 1917

WORLD WAR I: NAVY POSTER. I Want You for the Navy. American World War I poster, 1917, by Howard Chandler Christy

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Recruitment Poster 'Remember Scarborough! Enlist Now', pub

Recruitment Poster "Remember Scarborough! Enlist Now", pub
3025356 Recruitment Poster " Remember Scarborough! Enlist Now", pub. 1914 (colour lithograph) by Kemp-Welch, Edith (1869-1941); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Vintage World War II poster featuring a fedora and an Army helmet

Vintage World War II poster featuring a fedora and an Army helmet. It reads: The more you keep information under your hat - the safer heall be under his! Careless Talk Costs Lives

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: The Central Powers of WWI

The Central Powers of WWI
With United Forces (the motto of Emperor Franz Josef I) - patriotic depiction of the Central Powers of WWI - Germany, Turkey and Austro-Hungary

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: The Girl He Left Behind Is Still Behind Him. American World War II recruitment poster for women

The Girl He Left Behind Is Still Behind Him. American World War II recruitment poster for women ordnance workers
WORLD WAR II POSTER. The Girl He Left Behind Is Still Behind Him. American World War II recruitment poster for women ordnance workers

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: WORLD WAR I: U. S. NAVY. Gee!! I Wish I Were a Man, I d Join the Navy

WORLD WAR I: U. S. NAVY. Gee!! I Wish I Were a Man, I d Join the Navy. American World War I recruiting poster, 1917
WORLD WAR I: U.S. NAVY. Gee!! I Wish I Were a Man, I d Join the Navy. American World War I recruiting poster, 1917, by Howard Chandler Christy

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Dig for Victory poster - WWII

Dig for Victory poster - WWII
World War Two poster encouraging British civilians to dig for victory, featuring somebody doing just that

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: WW2 poster, Back Them Up

WW2 poster, Back Them Up! Showing a British commando raid on a German-held port in Norway. Date: 1940s

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: German postcard, Kaiser Wilhelm and Hindenburg, WW1

German postcard, Kaiser Wilhelm and Hindenburg, WW1
German propaganda postcard, Germanys Pride, depicting Kaiser Wilhelm II and Field Marshal Von Hindenburg standing side by side in uniform during the First World War. Date: 1914-1918

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Yugoslavia - Sokol Rally in Belgrade

Yugoslavia - Sokol Rally in Belgrade
A rally to promoting public exercise as a way to stimulate national self importance (through organised gymnastic and athletic demonstrations - usually mass-participation)

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Title: At the front! Every fit Briton should join our brave men at the front. Enlist

Title: At the front! Every fit Briton should join our brave men at the front. Enlist now / printed by E.S. & A. Robinson Ltd. Bristol

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Join the Air Service, Learn-Earn. U. S. Army Air Service recruiting poster, 1918

Join the Air Service, Learn-Earn. U. S. Army Air Service recruiting poster, 1918
WORLD WAR I: AIR SERVICE. Join the Air Service, Learn-Earn. U.S. Army Air Service recruiting poster, 1918

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Women of Britain, Come into the Factories. British poster recruiting women for munitions work

Women of Britain, Come into the Factories. British poster recruiting women for munitions work during World War II
WWII: BRITISH POSTER. Women of Britain, Come into the Factories. British poster recruiting women for munitions work during World War II, by Donald Zec, c1941

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Want Action? : American World War II Marine Corps recruiting poster, 1942, by James Montgomery Flagg

Want Action? : American World War II Marine Corps recruiting poster, 1942, by James Montgomery Flagg
WWII RECRUITING POSTER. " Want Action?" : American World War II Marine Corps recruiting poster, 1942, by James Montgomery Flagg

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Welders, or For Full Employment After the War. Poster, 1944, by Ben Shahn for the Congress of

Welders, or For Full Employment After the War. Poster, 1944, by Ben Shahn for the Congress of Industrial Organizations
WWII: EMPLOYMENT POSTER. Welders, or For Full Employment After the War. Poster, 1944, by Ben Shahn for the Congress of Industrial Organizations

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: This Is My War Too! : American World War II recruiting poster, c1942, for the U. S

This Is My War Too! : American World War II recruiting poster, c1942, for the U. S
WWII: WaC POSTER, 1942. " This Is My War Too!" : American World War II recruiting poster, c1942, for the U.S. Armys Womens Army Auxilliary Corps (WaC)

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Second World War - Together, propaganda poster

Second World War - Together, propaganda poster
Great Britain, 20th century, Second World War - Together. Propaganda poster

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: WWI - The Central Powers - Propaganda - Harmony

WWI - The Central Powers - Propaganda - Harmony. The Central Powers consisted of Germany, Austro-Hungary and The Ottoman Empire up to 1915, when they were joined by The Kingdom of Bulgaria

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: WORLD WAR I: U. S. MARINES. First in the Fight. American World War I Marine corps recruiting

WORLD WAR I: U. S. MARINES. First in the Fight. American World War I Marine corps recruiting poster, c1918
WORLD WAR I: U.S. MARINES. First in the Fight. American World War I Marine corps recruiting poster, c1918, by James Montgomery Flagg

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: WORKERS & FARMERS POSTER. From Workers to Farmers... Thanks! Poster, 1944

WORKERS & FARMERS POSTER. From Workers to Farmers... Thanks! Poster, 1944, by Ben Shahn for the Congress of Industrial Organizations to encourage united political action by labor

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: WWII: CHURCHILL POSTER 1942. Holding the Line. Winston Churchill as defiant British bulldog on a

WWII: CHURCHILL POSTER 1942. Holding the Line. Winston Churchill as defiant British bulldog on a World War II poster
WWII:CHURCHILL POSTER 1942. Holding the Line. Winston Churchill as defiant British bulldog on a World War II poster, 1942

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Careless Talk Costs Lives - WWII poster

Careless Talk Costs Lives - WWII poster
Poster warning of the dangers of gossiping and inadvertently giving away national secrets to the enemy during World War Two

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: World War I recruitment poster

World War I recruitment poster
Poster produced by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee during World War I, depicting a typical British Tommy in uniform with bayonet fixed, calling across from France to England for more volunteers

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Britains Sea Power Is Yours

Britains Sea Power Is Yours
World War Two propaganda poster for the Royal Navy - Britains Sea Power Is Yours - illustrated by ships and warships of all kinds, designed to reassure with a shared sense of patriotism

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Save Food Poster / Wwi

Save Food Poster / Wwi
Poster depicting a British soldier encouraging those on the home front to save food in response to food shortages due to German U-boat targeting of British merchant ships

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Save Food / Wwi Poster

Save Food / Wwi Poster
A First World War poster encouraging people to save food, featuring a sailor about to embark for war on a battle ship

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: WW2 poster, Back Them Up

WW2 poster, Back Them Up! Showing a British tank attack in the Western Desert. Date: 1940s

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: WORLD WAR I: MARINES, 1918. First to Fight. Posed photograph, 1918, showing U

WORLD WAR I: MARINES, 1918. First to Fight. Posed photograph, 1918, showing U.S. Marines charging onto a beach, issued by the War Department for recruitment purposes during World War I

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: V for Victory. US World War Two propaganda postcard

V for Victory. US World War Two propaganda postcard
V for Victory. World War Two propaganda postcard: United We Stand - featuring a backdrop of stripes from the American flag. The card also features the morse codes symbols for the letter v. Date: 1941

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: We Are Not Downhearted by H. T. Hardy

We Are Not Downhearted by H. T. Hardy
World War One postcard showing a a group of children, dressed in the uniforms of French, British, Russian and Belgian soldiers, arm in arm and holding their individual countrys flags

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: Wartime poster for conserving of clothes and food

Wartime poster for conserving of clothes and food
Second World War poster by Fougasse, encouraging people not to throw away clothing or food

Background imagePropaganda posters Collection: The crew of a German submarine - First World War

The crew of a German submarine - First World War
The hideous crew (!) of a German U-boat Submarine, poking their head out from the viewing platform, with the periscope in front. A very direct Allied propaganda postcard



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