Vintage image from Library of Congress (1918)

World War 2 Poster (American). Daylight savings time was part of the war effort.

1918 poster promoting public libraries.  This should be out of copyright by now - someone on Etsy needs to start selling these prints.

The American Library Association distributed this poster during World War I to promote reading and education. The title is "Knowledge Wins Public Library Books are Free.

1918 poster promoting public libraries.  This should be out of copyright by now - someone on Etsy needs to start selling these prints.

The American Library Association distributed this poster during World War I to promote reading and education. The title is "Knowledge Wins Public Library Books are Free.

Celebration on Wall Street upon the news of Germany's surrender in World War I, by W.L. Drummond, November 1918

Celebration on Wall Street upon the news of Germany's surrender in World War I, by W.L. Drummond, November 1918 [1000 × 1271]

What we call "Veterans Day" today was originally "Armistice Day," marking the day WWI ended. In this photo, Americans celebrate news of German surrender on Wall Street, November - Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Germany Surrenders: 1918

World War I Posters

World War I Posters

Wartime Food Poster: Keep it Coming. We must not only feed our Soldiers at the front but the millions of women and children behind our lines. Waste nothing.

Greek soldiers fight the Italian Fascist invasion in the mountains of Albania in November 1940. In this photo, they prepare to fire a 65mm mountain gun. The artillery target officer is on the right calculating the trajectory.

Greek soldiers fight the Axis Italian Fascist invasion in the mountains of Albania during the Greco-Italian War, which lasted from 28 October 1940 to 23 April The soldiers prepare to fire a

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WWI Recruitment Poster Irish Canadian Rangers - Library and Archives Canada

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An American soldier lies dead, tangled in barbed wire on the western front, World War I Photo credit: American Stock Archive/Getty Images

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WWI Recruitment Poster Irish Canadian Rangers - Library and Archives Canada

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A 1914 recruitment poster depicting Lord Kitchener, the British Secretary of State for War, above the words "WANTS YOU" was the most famous image used in the British Army recruitment campaign of World War I. It has inspired many imitations

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World War I Uncle Sam recruiting poster, by J. Flagg in 1917 (Library of Congress)

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