Propaganda poster by an unknown artist.

‘We beat em before. We'll beat em again." France surrendered to the Nazis in June and this UK poster was possibly produced in response, encouraging the population to fight, rather than cave in. Artist and date unknown.

"Centerville, California. This youngster is awaiting an evacuation bus. Evacuees of Japanese ancestry will be housed in War Relocation Authority centers for the duration." Dorothea Lange, 9 May 1942

This youngster is awaiting evacuation bus, 9 May 1942

Shame on us. 1942 World War II Centerville, California -This youngster is awaiting an evacuation bus. Evacuees of Japanese ancestry were housed in War Relocation Authority Centers for the duration of the war. Photographer Dorothea Lange, May

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American WWII for Safety Shoes (preventing work place accidents): "Stamp Out The Axis"

WWII Propaganda: US poster.

WWII message to the Yanks. So apropo for so many occasions.

Canadian WW2 poster: in the years prior to the USA entering the war, Canada was the main supplier of arms and other war materials to Britain.

Big Guns Canadian poster: in the years prior to the USA entering the war, Canada was the main supplier of arms and other war materials to Britain.

War bonds poster (produced by Texaco) depicts a caricature of German Chancellor Adolf Hilter with his arms raised, as though surrendering, accompanied by the text 'Let's Make Him 'Heil' With Both Hands! Buy Bonds,' early to mid 1940s. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

US WWII "Let;" ~ WWII era War Bonds poster (produced by Texaco) depicts a caricature of German Chancellor Adolf Hilter with his arms raised, as though

"The Third Reich? No!" German anti-Nazi poster, 1932. A copy of this was part of a large poster collection seized by Goebbels, and was recently ordered to be returned to the owner's son.

"The Third Reich?" German anti-Nazi poster, A copy of this was part of a large poster collection seized by Goebbels, and was recently ordered to be returned to the owner's son.

A 1943 photo taken in Tunisia showing a GPA being used as an (amphibious) ambulance to deliver wounded to a field station.

☤ MD ☞☆☆☆ 1943 photo taken in Tunisia showing a GPA being used as an ambulance to deliver wounded to a field station.

“Enemy Ears Are Listening” US WWII poster planning stage c. 1942-1945 [3,150 x 2,193]

“Enemy Ears Are Listening” US WWII poster planning stage c. 1942-1945 [3,150 x 2,193]

Post with 8302 views. “Enemy Ears Are Listening” US WWII poster planning stage c.

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This antique poster features a standing soldier who holding a book in one hand and newspapers in the second one while a sailor sits and reads." American Library Association by Sheridan - original vintage poster from 1918 USA.

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A U.S. soldier stands in the middle of rubble in the Monument of the Battle of the Nations in Leipzig after they attacked the city on April 18, 1945. The huge monument commemorating the defeat of Napoleon in 1813 was one of the last strongholds in the city to surrender. One hundred and fifty SS fanatics with ammunition and foodstuffs stored in the structure to last three months dug themselves in and were determined to hold out as long as their supplies. American First Army artillery ...

An American soldier of the U. First Army stands in the middle of rubble in the Monument of the Battle of the Nations in Leipzig after the Allies attacked the city on 18 April The huge monument commemorating the defeat of Napoleon in 1813 was.

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