Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | WW1 Army Posters Page 5

Iposters If The Cap Fits Join The Army War Print Magnetic Memo Board Silver Framed - 41 X 31 Cms (approx 16 X 12 Inches)

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | Canadian WW1 Propaganda Posters Page 10

Well Fed Soldiers Will Win the War A World War I Canada Food Board poster encouraging citizens to save food for the good of their soldiers: "We are saving you, you save food. Well fed soliders will win the war. Henderson, c.

This is another from of propaganda used in world war 1, is says that loose lips sink ships. This is because people would talk about the location of their spouse and spies would hear and report it to the enemy country, and they would attack.

"Loose Lips Might Sink Ships" stylized war art poster of a sinking ship published by House of Seagram. - Image of Seagram Distillers Corporation poster Loose Lips Might Sink Ships.

World War 1 British enlistment poster #UpscaleYourWalls with ruemarcellin.com Orginal #Vintage #Posters and #Prints

World War 1 British enlistment poster - specifies men and excludes women - will need contrasting but shows the sexism

Fascinating article from BBC about the conscription of circus animals due to shortages of horses.

War elephants conscripted in WW1

The Blue Cross helped care for horses injured in Moments Silance for All the animals killed due to war

"For your honour and conscience against Bolshevism  The Waffen SS calls you" Nazi appeal to Dutch recruits

Nazi Propaganda in World War II Germany - Part I

A Dutch Fascist propaganda poster, reading: "Netherlanders! For Your Honor and Conscience! Against Bolshevism! The Waffen-SS Calls You!

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Five Thousand Nurses By June ~ Graduate Nurses our Country Needs You ~WWI era 1917 nursing poster.

British. A Careless talk poster, illustrated with civilian and armed forces headgear, with the slogan ‘The more information you keep under your hat' (trilby hat) and the caption ‘the safer he'll be under his' (steel helmet). As with many Careless talk posters, the images focus on the head area, indicating whatever knowledge was contained in the head, it should be kept there.

Feb 1940 -Ministry Of Information launches a nationwide campaign to help keep war gossip and rumors at bay with the slogan, “Careless Talk Costs Lives.

To send food to troops abroad, Americans would minimize their usage with meat and wheat and send the rest to troops. Americans participated in "Meatless Mondays" and "Wheat less Wednesdays."

'Make do and mend': Posters from WWI can inspire today

"Women in Britain come into the factories. Ask at any employment exchange for advice and full details." Published in 1941 by the British Ministry of Information. Artwork by Donald Zec. - WWII propaganda poster Great Britain (UK), women war workers

Art style more reminiscent of US rather than UK - even Soviet to a degree. ("World War Two poster calling for female factory workers. Published in 1941 by the British Ministry of Information. Artwork by Donald Zec")

This Soviet propaganda poster was published during the Second World War. It says: "will give everything for the front!" Photograph: Leonard de Selva/Corbis

Seven decades of Soviet propaganda – in pictures

YOU OUGHT TO BE ASHAMED: A poster intended to shame those men who hadn't enlisted. Replace "Women" with "The Government" and it probably presented the truth.

Carteles de propaganda Primera Guerra Mundial

PROPAGANDA A poster intended to shame those men who hadn't enlisted. Replace "Women" with "The Government" and it probably presented the truth.

Woman Ordnance Worker poster "The Girl He Left Behind". Shows Rosie the Riveter in red bandana, collectors and non-collectors love these Rosie posters. There were a number of variants done during the war, this is among the most desirable.

Woman Ordnance Worker poster "The Girl He Left Behind" shows Rosie the Riveter in red bandana. A number of variants of Rosie posters were done during the war. This is among the most desirable.

Your students will be engaged with this common core-aligned activity. Students will work in pairs to analyze 8 propaganda posters from World War I. The posters are from several different countries (The U.S. , France, Britain, Germany, Russia and Austria-Hungary). A power point introduction to propaganda and “Total War” is included. World History Lesson Plans

World War I Analyzing Propaganda Posters (World History)

Students will work in pairs to analyze 8 propaganda posters from World War I. The posters are from several different countries (The U. , France, Britain, Germany, Russia and Austria-Hungary).

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