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Anti-British propaganda distributed by Japanese forces, seeking to convince Indian forces to turn against the Allies. The leaflet features the British boarding a military truck escaping the victorious.

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7 December: Dig for Victory - Grow for Winter as well as Summer - Advent calendar

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EE™ Staff Handbook 2025 An award winning student work inspired by propaganda produced for and modern consumer campaigns. A book combining unique paper-engineering, typography and illustraion.

This leaflet advertises a pro-suffrage demonstration to be held on 24 November in the Bow Palace, Bow Road. Speakers included Emmeline Pankhurst and George Lansbury, the Labour Party member of parliament for Bow and Bromley, who was a staunch supporter of women's suffrage. The bill is printed in the purple, white and green colours of the Women's Social and Political Union.

This leaflet advertises a pro-suffrage demonstration to be held on 24 November in the Bow Palace, Bow Road. Speakers included Emmeline Pankhurst and George Lansbury, the Labour Party member of parliament for Bow and Bromley, who was a staunch supporter of

The first kite was made by Mo Di 468-376 BC; a philosopher who lived in China made an eagle with wood in 3 years & flied it for just 1 day. So kite has a history of some 2,300 years. His student Lu Ban made a magpie, using bamboo & silk flied it for 3 days continuously. Early kites were used for military purposes, they were large in size; some were powerful enough to carry men up in the air to observe enemy movements, and others were used to scatter propaganda leaflets over hostile forces.

The first kite was made by Mo Di 468-376 BC; a philosopher who lived in China made an eagle with wood in 3 years & flied it for just 1 day. So kite has a history of some 2,300 years. His student Lu Ban made a magpie, using bamboo & silk flied it for 3 days continuously. Early kites were used for military purposes, they were large in size; some were powerful enough to carry men up in the air to observe enemy movements, and others were used to scatter propaganda leaflets over hostile forces.

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D&AD Awards Pencil winner for Direct / Direct Mail, Boecker Public Health. In the UAE, business cards slipped under apartment doors are common.

North Korea Mocks Trump in Propaganda Leaflets

North Korea Mocks Trump in Propaganda Leaflets

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