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WWI Propaganda Poster Little Americans, do your bit Eat oatmeal, corn meal mush, [.] Save the wheat for our soldiers - Leave nothing on your plate

Posters/Graphics - WWI USA Homefront & Loans

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WWI propaganda poster encouraging housewives to minimize buying beef and pork so that they could go to the war effort Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Vintage Images, Retro Ads, Vintage Items, Nazi Propaganda, World War One, First World

WWI poster encouraging housewives to minimize buying beef and pork so that it could go to the war effort.

inch Canvas Print (other products available) - WWI Parliamentary Recruiting Committee Poster, Men, to delay is dangerous when your country needs you. Enlist Now. Date: 1915 - Image supplied by Mary Evans Prints Online - Box Canvas Print made in the USA

To Delay is Dangerous

From the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee in London, 1915: Men, to delay is dangerous when your country needs you. Enlist now. WWI British recruitment poster.

You Are Wanted by US Army Vintage Poster (artist: Barra) USA c. 1915 SIGNED Print Master Giclee Print w/ Certificate of Authenticity - Wall Decor Travel Poster) Ww1 Posters, Army Recruitment, Historia Universal, Propaganda Art, World War One, Us Army, Vintage Posters, Vintage Ads, Vintage Style

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My Soldier

This WWI Liberty Loan poster has a child's prayer below a scene of a mother and a praying child, 1917. 'My Soldier. Buy United States Government Bonds. Third Liberty Loan. Now I lay me down to sleep I pray the Lord my soul to keep. God bless my brother gone to war across the seas in France so far. Oh, may his fight for Liberty, save millions more than little me from cruel fates or ruthless blast, and bring him safely home at last.'

American poster: Come on Buddie. Be a Regular Ww1 Posters, Ww2 Propaganda Posters, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Ww1 History, Patriotic Images, World War One, Military Art

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An poster sized print, approx (other products available) - WWI poster - British - We risk our lives to bring you food. It& up to you not to waste it. - A message from our seamen. TopFoto - Image supplied by Topfoto - Poster printed in the USA Ww1 Posters, Propaganda Art, Fine Art Prints, Canvas Prints, Merchant Marine, Merchant Navy, World War One, Wwi, Poster Size Prints

World War I, British Home Front Poster by Everett

World War I, British Home Front Poster Photograph by Everett

World War 1 British postcard

World War 1 British postcard

Very interesting British Recruiting Poster for Irish men in WWI. Ww1 Posters, Political Advertising, Irish Pride, Funny Ads, World War One, Military Men, Irish Men, Wwi, Vintage Advertisements

If You Are An Irishman Irish World War One WW1 British Recruitment Propaganda

Ireland WW1

Vintage Tobacco/ Cigarette Ads of Miscellaneous Years

Vintage Tobacco/ Cigarette Ads of Miscellaneous Years

Vintage Tobacco/ Cigarette Ads of Miscellaneous Years

IRISH WORLD WAR I PROPAGANDA POSTER (c.1915) Printed by Alex Thom & Co. Dublin Ww1 Propaganda Posters, Political Advertising, Dublin City, Fighting Irish, World War One, Local History, Military History, Vintage Posters, Poster Prints

LOT:5 | IRISH WORLD WAR I PROPAGANDA POSTER (c.1915) ''Come into the ranks and fight - Don't stay in the crowd and stare'' Printed by Alex Thom & Co. Dublin Lithographic poster print, 75 x 51cm Unframed

James Adam & Sons Ltd | LOT:5 | IRISH WORLD WAR I PROPAGANDA POSTER (c.1915) ''Come into the ranks and fight - Don't stay in the crowd and stare'' Printed by Alex Thom & Co. Dublin Lithographic poster print, 75 x 51cm Unframed

True Sons of Freedom is a World War I Poster that shows African American soldiers fighting German soldiers, and head-and-shoulders portrait of Abraham Lincoln above. World History, World War Ii, Ww1 Posters, Political Posters, Jim Crow, Black History Facts, American Soldiers, Wwi, American History

True Sons of Freedom

This poster shows Abraham Lincoln looking down upon African American soldiers fighting German soldiers during World War I: 'True Sons of Freedom. Colored Men: The First Americans Who Planted Our Flag on the Firing Line. 'Liberty and Freedom Shall Not Perish.' A. Lincoln.' An inscription on the poster reads: '1918 by Chas. Gustrine. Chicago, Ill.' This poster was used to encourage African-American participation in WWI.