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1930s Third Reich Tourism Poster

Very interesting mid century modern travel poster for Germany. It was travel to Germany would NOT have been pleasant by this time!

Though Pa is supposedly the head man of the family, he knows that the family cannot go on without ma. Sometimes he complains about how ma is in charge of everything but eventually he lets ma make the important decisions. Pa, "Seems like time is changed, Time was when a man said what we'd do. Seems like women is telling now. Seems like it's purty near time to get out a stick." (Steinbeck 481)

Women Are Stronger Than Men- In Entrepreneurship

" is an American wartime propaganda poster produced by J. Howard Miller in 1942 for Westinghouse Electric as an inspirational image to boost worker morale.

Oude wervingsposter van de Nederlandse Marine

Original Vintage Posters -> War Posters -> WWII - UK Navy Recruitment propaganda for Holland

Der Deutschen Kriegsmarine

WWII Nazi/German recruitment/patriotic poster for the Kriegsmarine (German Navy)

Nazi Propaganda Poster - World War II - Military Pictures - Air ...

Nazi Propaganda Poster - World War II - Military Pictures - Air .

While Working In Germany, You Will Be The Ambassador Of French Quality; 1943; poster from Vichy France by Raoul Eric Castel

German poster for the French. It confused me at first glance due to the art/language clash. (" While Working In Germany, You Will Be The Ambassador Of French Quality 1943 - poster from Vichy France by Raoul Eric Castel")

This symbol represents the national social movement that once ruled Germany throughout 1930's and mid 1940's . A lot of ideas from this symbolic figure represent far right wing ideas.   http://thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/1-national-review-defends-holocaust-because-sensible-germans-supported-nazi-party/politics/2013/02/01/59533

21 Nazi Propaganda Posters That Helped Seduce Ordinary People Into Hatred

German NS postcard, one can never have too many eagles

German NS postcard, one can never have too many eagles

Postcard, language is Italian. Clearly WWII (1941) but I can't work it out. I assume the caricature in the middle is supposed to be "England", but they're a bit off - it looks like George IV (lol) not George VI!

Postcard, language is Italian. Clearly WWII but I can't work it out. I assume the caricature in the middle is supposed to be "England", but they're a bit off - it looks like George IV (lol) not George VI!

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