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Homeland Security Poster ★ U. loose talk caution advisory patriotic poster from 1942 World War II; Loose talk can cause this in large bright highlighted text over a gloomy ominous image by artist war poster master illustrator Adolph Treidler of a brut

Let's stick to our guns! Needless days off can lose the war! Keep 'em firing! From the General Motors Oldsmobile Division, a motivational poster from WWII. Vintage WWII poster, circa 1942.

Let's Stick to our Guns

Let's stick to our guns! Needless days off can lose the war! Keep 'em firing! From the General Motors Oldsmobile Division, a motivational poster from WWII. Vintage WWII poster, circa Can be used in a WWII propaganda lesson.

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Sharpening the knife day after day, intruders must be annihilated. Designer: The "Eastern Sea is Red" Unit of the Navy Airforce stationed in Shanghai (驻沪海军船空兵某部东海红) May

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.

In 1931 Hohlwein refused the offer to emigrate to the United States. Instead Hohlwein joined the Nazi party in 1933.

Nazi poster for the NSD-Studentenbundes, "The German Student fights for Führer and People"

Amusing American WWII propaganda poster depicting a caricature of Hitler being bowled over by an American truck with the phrase: "Knock the 'Heil' out of Hitler"

Knock the 'Heil' out of Hitler: Let's Keep 'em Pulling for Victory. This WWII poster shows Adolph Hitler being knocked off of his feet by a GMC truck. This Knock the 'Heil' out of Hitler poster was us

War Bond Poster ~ GI Soldier with his K Rations & Coffee

American wwii war bond poster army infanty g.i. solder k rations coffee photo

Propaganda Posters meant to demoralize the enemy who was suffering shortages of everything!

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My grandfather fought in the RCAF in Britain during the war, so did his brothers and many other relatives and friends his age - Fly & Fight with the RCAF Propaganda poster

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