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Anne Frank. Died at a concentration camp. Aushwitz. Forgive my mispellings.

Annelies Marie Frank, better known as Anne Frank, was a german jew teen who was one of the victims of the Nazi Holocaust. She died at fifteen years old in a nazi concentration camp. She became famous.

World War Two poster calling for female factory workers. Published in 1941 by the British Ministry of Information. Artwork by Donald Zec

World War II poster calling for female factory workers. Published in 1941 by the British Ministry of Information. Artwork by Donald Zec

I love War Propaganda posters!

"Do the job HE left behind. Apply US Employment Service. Harris, - WWII propaganda poster USA, women war workers, "Rosie the Riveter"

Original Keep Calm and Carry On Poster from WWII. Keep Calm and Carry On was a motivational poster produced by the British government in 1939 several months before the beginning of the Second World War, intended to raise the morale of the British public in the aftermath of widely predicted mass air attacks on major cities. Rediscovered in year 2000.

'Keep Calm and Carry On' posters were produced by the British government in several months before the beginning of the Second World War, to raise the morale of the British public in the aftermath of widely predicted mass air attacks on major cities.

First World War propaganda poster mounted on board for display. The text is: 'It's our flag. / Fight for it. / Work for it.' The text has a draped Union Jack flag in between. The poster was published as no.107 by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London in 1915. - 2012.102.22 - © McLean Museum and Art Gallery, Greenock

The Day We Went to War, Norfolk Roll of Honour, Nelson's Journey Open Day, Nelson's Norfolk Activities and Events at The Forum this week

A poster from WWII...Interesting how it could also be a poster from today.

Food… Don’t Waste It. // by F. Cooper United States Food Administration poster, produced some time between Almost 100 years later it’s still relevant. Proving once again that simpler is.