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10.26 - 11.2.1918 - Slacker Records Week Propaganda Poster. A call for phonograph records to be donated and sent to troops in the field. Click to go to link for more info from an original NY Times article on the drive.

"Now for Some Music" ~ WWI US poster for The National Records Recruiting Corps for citizens to send their 'Slacker Records" to camp or overseas to soldiers.

World War I, British Home Front Poster, 1917

Save 2 slices everyday and defeat the U Boat! - Vintage World War Poster

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | American WW1 Propaganda Posters Page 22

A million boys behind a million fighters: Every American Boy should enroll in the Victory Boys: Earn and give to help keep our fighters happy: United War Work Campaign: November 11 to 18

During World War I, British propaganda posters that depicted women often would appeal to the notion of a man’s duty to protect his family, o...

Exhibit at Hoover contrasts official, nonofficial views of World War I in England

Military Ads (Vintage Art) Posters at http://AllPosters.com

Your Country Needs You Famous Kitchener World War One recruitment poster From The War Memoirs of David Lloyd George published 1933 Canvas Art - Ken Welsh Design Pics x

Poster: Enlist. By staying at home you are giving your approval to this kind of thing. 1915.

World War 1 Enlistment Poster by Cultural Collections, University of Newcastle,

Category: WWII - Retrogasm

propaganda poster that encourages women to make supplies for the soldiers