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British WWII poster, Philip Zec, Use of perspective and scale was a prominent tool in the Drawing the eye through the image from small to large scale focus. could use this in carries war, hint at the period without making it a WWII book. Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Penguin Books, Ww2 Propaganda Posters, Retro Poster, Illustration, British History, Women's History
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Philip Zec. Come into the factories. 1941

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A WWI propaganda poster. Six weeks before the US joined the war, the President passed the Selective Service Act on April This gave him the power to draft soldiers into the war.

Examples of Propaganda from WW1

British home front propaganda poster WWII

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The National Archives of the United Kingdom: The Art of War: Military history

 Empty Boys from the series House Beautiful: Bringing the War Home, in Vietnam. Pigmented inkjet print (photomontage), printed 21 x 19 x cm). Committee on Photography and The Modern Women's Fund. Photomontage, Photography Projects, Art Photography, Narrative Photography, Levitation Photography, Exposure Photography, Family Photography, Experimental Photography, Political Art
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Martha Rosler - workflow

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Postcard World War Two Propaganda Poster Art Wwii Join Women's Land Army Ww1 Propaganda Posters, Women's Land Army, Ww2 Women, Posters Australia, Land Girls, Nostalgia, Women In History, Army History, British History
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Unknown, Join the Women’s Land Army - IWMPC - VADS: the online resource for visual arts

Unknown, Join the Women’s Land Army - IWMPC - VADS: the online resource for visual arts

A British propaganda poster from World War I reminds consumers that "The Kitchen is the Key to Victory. Eat Less Bread. Ww1 Propaganda Posters, Political Posters, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Retro Ads, Vintage Ephemera, Vintage Signs, Wartime Recipes
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'Make Do and Mend': Posters From WWI Can Inspire Today

The serious fighting of World War I started 100 years ago. We look back at the posters urging conservation from that war.

Gale In Context: World History - Document - World War I Propaganda Posters Ww1 Propaganda Posters, Retro Poster, Vintage Posters, Vintage Signs, Commonwealth, Ww1 Art, The Great, World War One, Japan
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Post 7. CIEN. WW1 propaganda posters

World War 1 Propaganda Posters Each nation that was involved in World War 1 used propaganda posters to inform, and spread the hype the war. They almost 'pressured' men into joining. The used women on posters, men in pain that needed help, they made it look like an adventure which appealed to so many men. Yet while the use of posters proved initially successful in Britain the numbers required for active service at the Front were such as to ultimately require the introduction of conscription…

"The Survivors," by German Expressionist Kathe Kollwitz, one of my very favourite artists. I reproduced this in charcoal once, though it was originally a litho print. It actually works pretty well in charcoal. Saatchi Gallery, Kathe Kollwitz Artwork, Art Du Temps, George Grosz, Guernica, Max Ernst, Political Art, A Level Art, Gouache
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Kathe Kollwitz - 46 artworks - painting

Kathe Kollwitz lived in the XIX – XX cent., a remarkable figure of German Expressionism. Find more works of this artist at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Be careful what you say - "This simple poster from the Second World War sent the clear message to the civilians of the Allied Powers that Hitler’s Germany had means of listening into their communications.

British World War Two propaganda artworks released on Wikipedia

Original Second World War artworks produced as propaganda for the Ministry of Information have gone online and are now freely available on Wikimedia Commons. More than 350 pieces have gone online so far, but there are plans to digitise the entire collection of almost 2,000 art works. We present a selection here. See this Wikimedia page for more.