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Date Published: 1942

My Dad was a Army Medic in WWII, One of the sadest things he ever told me" who was the person wounded and dying soldiers would ask for "their Mother". Being a mother it broke my heart : (

US Military Police poster, WWII

Today in World War II History—Sept. 26, 1941

"Of the troops and for the troops.The Corps of Military Police, United States Army" ~ WWII recruiting poster,

Seabees in World War II

Old US Corps of Engineers poster. Cerulo Cerulo Hague The marine poster reminded me I had this.

Love this one

Each of these Classic World War II poster from the has it's own descriptive caption. Feel free to reproduce them. They are truly treasures of a past time and era when the entire world was at war.

Ready for Anything Thanks to You. WWII War Propaganda Art Print Poster. USA - WWII Artwork & Posters

Ready for Anything Thanks to You WWII War Propaganda Art Print Poster 13 x 19in

Ready for Anything Thanks to You WWII War Propaganda Art Print Poster

Women Marine Corps recruiting poster

World War II.Women played a huge part in WWII, both through military and civilian service. These posters played on a sense of duty and national pride to encourage women, especially young, single women, to get

Don't daydream: WWII propaganda poster

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Curiosities: World War II Sex Propaganda (let's toss this where all the illegal Muslims live, I am sure they will love this.

"A blow to the Axis -- more lumber for the Army." The Allies knew that high levels of production was key to winning the war against the Axis. That is why a lot  Allied propaganda focuses on motivating workers to produce as much as they are capable of.

"A blow to the Axis -- more lumber for the Army." The Allies knew that high levels of production was key to winning the war against the Axis. That is why a lot Allied propaganda focuses on motivating workers to produce as much as they are capable of.

ORIGINAL American World War II Poster SCHLAIKJER AAF

Learn how the themes of strength, fear, freedom, symbolism and carelessness in World War II posters helped fuel the motivations of Americans during WWII.

WWII. The War Production Board was charged to encouraging people to work. They would threaten, cajole, guilt, or resort to arming Santa Claus to ensure war production stayed top priority.

In Santa Claus was enlisted for a World War II propaganda poster, produced by the Office for Emergency Management, War Production Board. (Via WikiCommons)

War Bond Poster ~ GI Soldier with his K Rations & Coffee

American wwii war bond poster army infanty g.i. solder k rations coffee photo

Propaganda Posters meant to demoralize the enemy who was suffering shortages of everything!

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Michigan Woman Who Inspired WWII 'Rosie' Poster Has Died

People- Geraldine Hoff Doyle, was 17 years (in while she was working at the American Broach & Machine Co. when a photographer snapped a pic of her on the job. That image used by J. Howard Miller for the “We Can Do It!” poster, released during World War.