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WWI posters by James Flagg, 1914-1918

WWI Food Propaganda - National War Garden Comission - Every Garden a Munition Plant.

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Patriotic Home Canning Promotions Poster ★ from World War II Of course I can! I'm as patriotic as can be --and ration points won't worry me! says the poster text; image by American artist/illustrator Dick Williams of a Woman looking surprised in a fr

Fingers of Fate - The Tightening Grip ~ ca1916 WWI propaganda counteracting previous German missives... In the center is Germany's Kaiser Wilhelm II

Fingers of Fate - The Tightening Grip Unknown Date: ca. 1916 (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Fingers of Fate - The Tightening Grip)

38,000 VADs worked as nursing assistants, ambulance drivers and cooks. Flora's friend Sheila is one of them

VAD Hospital -- Voluntary Aid Detachment -- mainly as nurses, over of whom served gallantly and essentially during the First World War.

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Five Thousand Nurses By June ~ Graduate Nurses our Country Needs You ~WWI era 1917 nursing poster.

Canadian WWI Propaganda

Examples of Propaganda from If you cannot put the "I" into fight, you can put the "pay' into patriotism by giving to the Canadian Patriotic Fund.

World War I Library Poster

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.

File name: 07_01_000078  Title: The woman's land army of America. Women enlist now and help the farmer fight the food famine   Creator/Contributor: Paus, Herbert Andrew, 1880-1946 (artist); Women's Land Army of America (sponsor)  Created/Published:    Date issued: 1918   Physical description: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, color  Summary: Image of two female wartime farm laborers. A third woman follows on horseback, holding an American flag.   Genre: War posters  Subjects: Agriculture…

The woman's land army of America. Women enlist now and help the farmer fight the food famine Creator/Contributor: Paus, Herbert Andrew, (artist), 1918

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The Kitchen is the Key to Victory: Eat Less Bread. WWI home front poster from the UK

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