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This is why I have caps...lol Canada'

This is why I have caps.

This is why I have caps...lol

This is why I have caps.

No games tonight so we're going to take a trip back to the 1987 Canada Cup. Two of the greatest - and probably the two greatest - to ever play the game.  1-30-12

The 1987 Canada Cup: "Two of the greatest - and probably the two greatest - to ever play the game." Gretzky and Lemieux

James Montgomery Flagg ~ 'Jap... You're Next! We'll Finish the Job!' ~ Amerikaans affiche voor de U.S. Army ~ 1944 (NB: het gezicht van Uncle Sam is dat van de kunstenaar)

James Montgomery Flagg ~ 'Jap... You're Next! We'll Finish the Job!' ~ Amerikaans affiche voor de U.S. Army ~ 1944 (NB: het gezicht van Uncle Sam is dat van de kunstenaar)

James Montgomery Flagg, d’après. « I want you for U.S. ARMY » Grande affiche entoilée marquée « Copyright 1917 Leslie Judge Co, N.Y. » 99 x 75 cm A.B.E.  - Ader - 27/01/2017

This vintage war poster features Uncle Sam in his most famous picture. He declares, "I Want You For U. Army, Nearest Recruiting Station". Celebrate American History with this digitally restored vintage war poster.

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The Beatles. My daughter use to belt this song out when she was anytime she's spot a picture of Uncle Sam.

Military and War Posters: I Want YOU for the U.S. Army. James Montgomery Flagg Prints at AllPosters.com

Military and War Posters: I Want YOU for the U.S. Army. James Montgomery Flagg

Military and War Posters: I Want YOU for the U.S. Army. James Montgomery Flagg Prints at AllPosters.com

This World War I poster was created in 1917 by the celebrated American illustrator, James Montgomery Flagg (1877–1960), shortly after the United States entered the war. Flagg most likely was inspired by a 1914 poster by the British illustrator Alfred Leete, which featured Lord Kitchener, the British Secretary of State for War, pointing at the viewer and declaring, "Your Country Needs YOU." Even before he made this poster, Flagg was responsible for reinterpreting the image of Uncle S...

A vast collection of approximately World War I-era posters was auctioned, including the famous Uncle Sam "I Want You" U. Army recruiting poster, by New York-based Guernsey's auction house

James Montgomery Flagg, <em>I Want You for U.S. Army</em> (circa 1917). Courtesy of the Museum of the City of New York, gift of John W. Campbell.

James Montgomery Flagg, <em>I Want You for U.S. Army</em> (circa 1917). Courtesy of the Museum of the City of New York, gift of John W. Campbell.

There is an important election this November. Your vote makes a difference;  VOTE! Remember only Fascists fear your vote. SPREAD THE WORD! VOTE!

There is an important election this November. Your vote makes a difference; VOTE! Remember only Fascists fear your vote. SPREAD THE WORD! VOTE!

James Montgomery Flagg's iconic Uncle Sam recruiting poster for World War I

James Montgomery Flagg's iconic Uncle Sam recruiting poster for World War I

I Want You for the U.S. Army by James M. Flagg -#Art Print #FlaggandChristyWorldWarI #Military #posters https://postercrazed.com/product/i-want-you-for-the-u-s-army-by-james-m-flagg-art-print/

I Want You for the U.S. Army by James M. Flagg - Art Print

El Tio Sam proviene de la siglas US, así mismo Uncle Sam fue creado para el reclutamiento de soldados en la 1GM y 2GM

Imágenes curiosas e impresionantes. Parte 2.