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

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

American WW1 Propaganda poster.  Buy liberty bonds.

Don't Dream of Victory

2.) Showing posters that had a big meaning behinde it like this one. If you don't join its something big that you're missing out on.

A World War I recruitment poster, featuring John Bull pointing accusingly at the reader, with the text ‘Who’s absent?’ Behind him rows of soldiers can be seen.

British poster, Young Women's Christian Association, 1915: Women are working day & night to Win the War.  Twenty Five Thousand pounds immediately needed for the Women's War Time Fund to provide rest-rooms, canteens and hostels.

British poster, Young Women's Christian Association, Women are working day & night to Win the War. Twenty Five Thousand pounds immediately needed for the Women's War Time Fund to provide rest-rooms, canteens and hostels.

An anti-Nazi propaganda poster by Frédéric Henri Kay Henrion (1942)

creative British WWII propaganda poster depicting the Allies breaking apart the swastika.

World War I British thank GOD we won both WW1 and WW2.

British WWI recruitment poster produced by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee,

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Defend It!/ WWI recruiting poster w/ map of the British Isles (UK and Ireland) / Imperial War Museum collection, London, UK

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

Your king and country need you. Enlist now. LOC Summary: Poster showing text with small armorial device of King George V, against a background of the British flag | British WW1 Propaganda Poster

WWI Your king and country need you. Enlist now. LOC Summary: Poster showing text with small armorial device of King George V, against a background of the British flag

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21 World War I Recruitment Posters From Around the Globe "your fatherland is in danger.

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National Service - Women's Land Army - God Speed the Plough and the Woman Who Drives It by Gawthorn, Henry George. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, and postcards.

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