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Famous World War One British recruiting and propaganda poster

Famous World War One British recruiting and propaganda poster



Famous World War One British recruiting and propaganda poster entitled “Women of Britain say GO!”.

Are You in This?

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... of World War One, and 4 August marks the anniversary of Britian officially going to war, we take a look back at some of the most famous propaganda ads ...

Vintage WW1 Recruitment propaganda Poster 'Who's Absent - Is It You?' - British

First World War Recruitment Posters

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How was propaganda used in World War One?

A 1914 recruitment poster shows a Scottish soldier in Belgium, in response to Germany describing the Treaty of London, which protected Belgium's ...

WWI Poster - recruiting women for the Motor Corps of America

World War I Propaganda (British and Canadian Recruiting | Lot #86086 | Heritage Auctions

World War One British recruiting and propaganda poster urging men to “Enlist Now”.

The most famous and enduring recruitment poster image from WW1. Designed by Alfred Leete.

'Slip across and help lad': The poster makers turned to emotional blackmail in

US Navy Recruitment Poster 1917

Recruitment to the British Army during the First World War

Recruitment of women to enter the workforce

Left: This poster expressed the British Empire's need for men, munitions, and money

A popular recruitment poster from WWI asking Irishmen if their home was worth fighting for, and showing German soldiers entering a home.

Original World War One Propaganda Poster, Daddy What Did YOU Do in the Great War For Sale at 1stdibs

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Famous Lord Kitchener recruitment poster, 'Your country needs you', produced in September

10 Anti-German Propaganda Posters from World War One

James Montgomery Flagg's familiar Uncle Sam poster used in World War I military recruiting makes a revival appearance near recruiting headquarters on E ...

Recruitment of women to enter the workforce

In the First World War humanity was horrified at the advent of trench warfare, u-boats, tanks, and casualties on an unprecedented scale as nations rapidly ...

World War One British recruiting and propaganda poster c1915 featuring a soldier blowing a bugle and

World War 1 Propaganda Posters

UK targets millennials in latest army recruitment drive - ABC News

The Posters That Sold World War I to the American Public | History | Smithsonian

'Uncle Sam' points an accusing finger of moral responsibility in a recruitment poster for. '

Left: Recruitment poster seeking women for Great Britain's Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD).

Your king and country needs you

11 Extremely Stupid But Hilarious WWI Recruitment Posters

12 British Recruitment Posters From World War One

Manipulating Minds: The World War I Propaganda Machine

A recruitment poster. A recruitment poster. The famous World War I ...

Vincent Aderene, artist. Columbia calls--Enlist now for U.S. Army

The new ads were inspired by the World War I recruiting posters.CreditAssociated Press

In ten days 9,800 copies of the new posters were printed and soon were seen throughout the city and country.


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A photo of a graphic designed First World War poster showing a man blowing a trumpet

A collage of World War One era recruitment posters

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A poster designed for the Ministry of Health in the latter part of 1940 to reinforce the message that children should be evacuated out of London.


Poster with the words "Destroy this Mad Brute" written over a roaring gorilla who

The-dialogue-effect-700x1062 WW1 Posters: Recruitment and propaganda posters from the

The spectacular posters that tsarist Russia used to drum up support for its war effort.

A collection of almost every First World War recruitment poster has been discovered

Famous Lord Kitchener recruitment poster, 'Your country needs you', produced in September

WW1 recruitment poster featuring Kitchener, and US recruiting poster of Uncle Sam

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10 iconic British World War II posters

British World War I Propaganda (Parliamentary | Lot #51429 | Heritage Auctions

GH016383; Poster, 'The Empire Needs Men!


British World War I recruitment poster. Published by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, 1915.

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Times change and in the early 1900's only the very fortunate, middle class and rich actually went on holidays. So a key plus for recruiting so called ' ...

Step into Your Place

'Your Country Needs You' - The myth about the First World War poster that 'never existed' - Telegraph

The Empire Needs Men

Rare World War I posters collected by US army officer to be sold in online auction

... Russian propaganda postcard, courtesy of Hoover Institution Archives

First Call: American Posters of World War One from the Collection of Roger N. Mohovich | Georgetown University Library

Britons Wants You: Join Your Country's Army

UK army recruitment ads target 'snowflake' millennials | UK news | The Guardian

British propaganda during World War I

Woman in Navy outfit

... Britons "wants YOU" - British world war propaganda

as you see from the two examples above, some posters sought – through colour, and various emblems and devices- to emphasize the “Irishness” of the ...

A photo of a graphic designed First World War poster appealing to the call of compulsion

Left: Based on James Whistler's famous painting of his mother, this poster urges men

Poster printed with illustration of a tiger leaping at a fleeing German soldier. Title at

Army recruiting poster featuring “Uncle Sam,” designed by James Montgomery Flagg, 1917

We will also be offering a collection of one hundred WW1 posters from a private single owner collection, amongst them are some classics by American ...

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GH016292; Poster, 'Women of Britain say - "Go!

Men who were not eager to join their 'chums' had their loyalty, character and masculinity put into question. Recruiting propaganda such as this played upon ...

Women in World War I

BelgianRC. Another British image, this one ...

Propaganda poster By Huskell Cottin, World War I

Recruitment campaigns changed to fund-raising campaigns. Women depicted as virginal nurses or mythical goddesses changed to women harshly judging men for ...


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World War I recruitment poster. “Surely you will fight for your [portrait of King George V] and [map of Great Britain]. Come along, boys, before it is too ...

A popular cause

1914 British Recruitment Poster, Canadian War Museum

10 Unforgettable WW2 Propaganda Posters With Explanation

Poster produced during the First World War by the Ministry of Food, United Kingdom.