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WORLD WAR I American poster supporting the war effort and United States government propaganda.

WORLD WAR I American poster supporting the war effort and United States government propaganda.

The Posters That Sold World War I to the American Public | History | Smithsonian

You / Buy a Liberty Bond Lest I Perish, 1917, Charles Raymond Macauley (The Huntington Library, Art Galleries, and Botanical Gardens)

Liberty Loan Drive - Girl holding up Liberty Loan bonds

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WW1 poster encouraging miners to work harder to support the war effort.

Ingres, Maurice. 1917. "Let's end it quick with Liberty Bonds."

Are you doing all you can? - Uncle Sam pointing his finger through stripes of

WORLD WAR I American poster supporting the war effort and United States government propaganda.

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'Uncle Sam' points an accusing finger of moral responsibility in a recruitment poster for. '

"Weapons For Liberty. USA Bonds. Third Liberty Loan Campaign. Boy Scouts of

WORLD WAR I American poster supporting the war effort and United States government propaganda.

Though the United States was in combat for only a matter of months, the reorganization of society had a great effect on American life. During World War I, ...

Women in the war - Poster shows woman working on casing(?) for a

Image of So Long Sammy. Popular World War ...

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Propaganda poster depicting Germany as a mad gorilla intent on invading the United States.

WORLD WAR I American poster supporting the war effort and United States government propaganda.

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Home front during World War II

“We Can Do It!” J. Howard Miller. “

WORLD WAR I American poster supporting the war effort and United States government propaganda.

Teamwork Builds Ships, ca. 1918, William Dodge Stevens (The Huntington Library, Art Galleries, and Botanical Gardens)

Q & A: Why did the United States join World War One? Recruitment poster ...

These World War II Propaganda Posters Rallied the Home Front

This pair of US Military recruiting posters demonstrates the way that two branches of the military

A colorful recruiting poster for World War I that states, "Woman, your country

Economic history of World War I

Posters like 'On the Job for Victory' by Jonas Lie celebrate the work Americans

Lassies poster

The U.S. Home Front During World War II

This wartime poster portrays Germans as evil and barbaric. Via Ohio Memory. During World War ...

A poster encourages support of women in France by conserving wheat:

American wartime posters encouraging food conservation. Click images for more information.

Women in World War I

United We Win, Photograph by Alexander Liberman, 1943, Printed by the Government, Printing Office for the War Manpower Commission, Records of the Office of ...

First World War Recruitment Posters

Hunger Breeds Madness,1918, Emil Grebs (The Huntington Library, Art Galleries, and Botanical Gardens)

A colorful recruiting poster for World War I with women marching together

This striking original World War II-era poster juxtaposes color and photograph to encourage American citizens to buy bonds to support the war effort.

Dill Pickle Club poster

First Call: American Posters of World War One from the Collection of Roger N. Mohovich | Georgetown University Library

British poster, World War I.

Enlist / On Which Side of the Window Are You?, 1917, Laura Brey (The Huntington Library, Art Galleries, and Botanical Gardens)

Image of a woman holding a garden hoe and a basket of vegetables. Source: War ...

Poster supporting the war effort featuring a welder posing in front the United States flag,

An American recruitment poster. “US forces showed an impressive ability to learn at speed

World War II Posters. WWII Poster-GettyImages-163381746 Recruitment Poster By Tom Woodburn Poster 2

The American Homefront

Become A Nurse

Buy War Bonds., by Lawrence B. Smith, 1942, Produced for the Government Printing Office for the U.S. Treasury, Records of the Office of Government Reports ...

Propaganda in World War I: Means, Impacts and Legacies360°ANALYSIS

Turning Bacon Into Bombs: The American Fat Salvage Committee. During World War ...

Image of The Colored Soldier Boys of Uncle Sam. Over 75,000 African American soldiers served in World War ...

US War Bond poster, WWII

Left: CPI poster with space for a message. H. Devitt Welsh/Library of Congress. Right: “Pershing's Crusaders”, a documentary on American troops in France ...

World War Posters

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United States WW2 Poster: I'm Proud...my husband wants me to do my part.

American World War I recruitment poster.

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Gordon Grant (1875–1962). Jobs for Fighters, 1919. Color lithographic poster. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (019.01.00)

HELP AMERICA'S SONS WIN THE WAR

Women of America, Save Your Country--Buy

World War I Poster

WW1 Mobilization: Fuel Administration Poster

See the 'Loose Lips Sink Ships' Propaganda Posters of World War II

If You Can't Enlist - Invest / Buy a Liberty Bond, ca. 1918, Winsor McCay (The Huntington Library, Art Galleries, and Botanical Gardens)

World War II Posters. WWII Poster-GettyImages-163381746 Recruitment Poster By Tom Woodburn ...

Poster for rationing on the Home Front

Are You an “American” or a “Hun”?: Anti-German Hysteria during World War I

The Disney studios produced superb propaganda for the US and Allied war effort---enough to make Goebbels an admirer. Here, Mickey is giving everyone a quick ...

British World War I recruitment poster. Published by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, 1915.

World War I & Its Aftermath

The fruits of victory - Woman dressed in stars and stripes with vegetables and jars of

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British propaganda during World War II

World War I Poster

This postcard uses the Union Flag and the icon of the Bulldog to show Britain,

A World War II recruiting poster for the Women's Army Corp (WAC).

Wish I Were A Man, recruitment poster, 1917

U.S. Women's Land Army recruitment poster, 1944. (Special Collections, National Agricultural Library). Posters from World War ...

Don't Blame the Germans

American World War I Liberty Bond Poster

I Want You Recruitment sign

Subscribe to the War Fund

German propaganda criticizing American World War I tactics.

Overall the poster is designed to make Americans believe the war is necessary because the enemy is evil and one way they can defeat the enemy is to support ...

Buy War Bonds