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  • Description: battle
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    • Put Fighting Blood In Your Business

    • 1920 circa
    • 70.5 x 48 cm. Color. Poster used as part of an ad campaign to bring job security to World War I veterans. Graphic depicts American soldiers charging into battle with a list of French cities written on a golden emblem. The written message encourages...
    • Come on Kids-Let's do our bit!

    • 1939-1945 circa
    • 28 x 39 cm. Color. Poster advertising the School Savings Service, a way for children to raise money for the war effort. Graphic shows tanks and airplanes moving over the battle field.
    • Men of Valor, They Fight For You

    • 1943
    • 60.5 x 91 cm. Color. Poster issued by the Canadian government featuring an excerpt from citation awarding Victoria Cross to Lt.-Col. Merritt, South Saskatchewan Regt., Dieppe, on August 19, 1942. The quote tells of the heroic actions of a soldier...
    • Give 'Em Both Barrels

    • 1941
    • 101.5 x 76 cm. Color. Poster issued by the Office for Emergency Management to boost the morale of factory workers by showing the parallel between their jobs and that of the soldiers on the battle field. Graphic shows a worker with a rivet gun next...
    • For Victory, Buy More Bonds

    • 1918
    • 140.5 x 87.5 cm. Color. Advertisement for Fourth Liberty Loan. Graphic shows Columbia going into battle alongside the United States flag and bald eagle. In the background, soldiers march under a dark clouded sky.
    • We Have Just Begun to Fight!

    • 1943
    • 50.5 x 71 cm. Black and white with red accents. Poster issued by the Office to War Information to boost public morale by listing battle sites and giving the message that America has only just begun to fight. Graphic shows a soldier leading the...
    • Ou l'Heroisme Redevient Femme

    • 1914-1918 circa
    • 26 x 37.5 cm. Black and white. Propaganda poster featuring a cartoon depicting a nurse standing on a chair in terror from a mouse on the floor. The medicine she was to administer is lying on the floor. English translation: Where heroism returns to...
    • Keep Him Free

    • 1917
    • 50 x 75 cm. Color. Advertisement for War Savings Stamps. Graphic shows a bald eagle towering over a nest with hangars inside and allied airplanes flying out to do battle.
    • Lubbers Don't Live (10 of 14)

    • 1943
    • 25.5 x 35.5 cm. Black and white with blue detail. Naval training aid utilizing cartoons to show a two-part message. First, it shows the importance of clear communication over battle phones. Second, it shows the danger of tying gun covers too tight.

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