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  • Description: gun
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    • 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 Gunpowder, Save Waste Fats

    • 1939-1945 circa
    • 75 x 11.5 cm. Color. Government issued poster encouraging citizens to donate waste fats to their local meat dealer in order to use them in gunpowder production. Graphic shows soldiers positioning an enormous gun toward the viewer.
    • Your Country Expects You To...

    • 1942
    • 51 x 72.5 cm. Color. Government issued poster giving four ways for Americans to conserve material resources to be used in the war effort. Graphic shows a soldier lying down with a gun, poised to fire.
    • 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...
    • Les Laches

    • 1914-1918 circa
    • 54 x 38 cm. Black and white. Propaganda poster featuring a sketch of a submarine sailor using a telescope to look at an approaching ship. English translation: The Cowards... Damn! It seems to me that the captain has a gun!!!!
    • Arise Americans

    • 1941
    • 71 x 106.5 cm. Color. U.S. Navy recruitment poster with the message, Your country and your liberty are in grave danger... Protect them now by joining the United States Navy or the U.S. naval Reserve. Graphic shows a sailor loading a gun.
    • 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.
    • Lend Your Strength to the Red Triangle

    • 1914-1918 circa
    • 49.5 x 68 cm. Color. Issued by the United War Work Campaign in support of the Y.M.C.A. to encourage worker participation in the war effort. Graphic depicts a metal worker lifting a large block labeled with a red Y.M.C.A. symbol. Appearing in the...

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