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  • Emprunt National 1918 [National Loan 1918]

    Emprunt National 1918 [National Loan 1918]

    (posters) Made by: Chavannaz, B (Undefined) 1918

    Art.IWM PST 3959

    whole: the title and image are integrated, with the title positioned upper right, in black, and the image placed left. All held within a narrow black border. image: French and British soldiers sit upon a partially visible French tank, watching explosions...

  • Un Dernier Effort et On l' Aura [One Last Effort and We'll have Him]

    Un Dernier Effort et On l' Aura [One Last Effort and We'll have Him]

    (posters) Made by: Courboin, Eugène (Undefined) 1918

    Art.IWM PST 4404

    whole: the image covers the whole, with the title placed top right over the image. image: a French 'poilu', accompanied by American, British, and other Allied soldiers, scales a blood-stained peak, atop which waits a German Imperial eagle. text...

  • Victoria Station 1918 : The Green Cross Corps (Women's Reserve Ambulance) guiding soldiers on leave

    Victoria Station 1918 : The Green Cross Corps (Women's Reserve Ambulance) guiding soldiers on leave

    (art) Made by: Atwood, Clare 1919

    Art.IWM ART 2513

    image: A view inside the large arched entrance to Victoria station, with groups of British soldiers being guided by women of the Women's Reserve Ambulance Corps, who are also wearing khaki uniforms. The rear of a truck bearing the Green Cross symbol...

  • He Kept his Pledge - You Buy Peace Bonds

    He Kept his Pledge - You Buy Peace Bonds

    (posters) Made by: A E (Undefined) 1918

    Art.IWM PST 10646

    whole: the image occupies the upper half, with the title below, initially in stippled blue free-hand style but concluding in white. All set against a brown background. image: a circular portrait image of Field Marshal Douglas Haig. text: HAIG He kept his...

  • YOUR GROUNDNUTS HELP TO FEED FIGHTING FORCES - THANK YOU GAMBIA!

    YOUR GROUNDNUTS HELP TO FEED FIGHTING FORCES - THANK YOU GAMBIA!

    (posters)

    Art.IWM PST 8239

    image: poster divided into two sections. Top illustration shows three workers processing groundnuts in front of two huge piles of groundnuts with four other workers carrying sacks in left background. Centre background shows a merchant ship ready to...

  • Garnishing Camouflage Nets

    Garnishing Camouflage Nets

    (art) Made by: Ardizzone, Edward Jeffrey Irving 1941

    Art.IWM ART LD 1668

    image: Three women wearing headscarves are standing with their back to the viewer tying pieces of cloth onto nets hung up in front of them. Behind them, a soldier stands next to a woman with a clipboard.

  • Recruits, 1915

    Recruits, 1915

    (art) Made by: Copley, John 1915

    Art.IWM ART 16102

    image: Men of various ages in civilian dress stand in military-style rows. Their clothes indicate that they represent a broad cross-section of society.

  • Souscrivez pour la Victoire et pour la Triomphe de la Liberté [Subscribe for Victory and for the Triumph of Freedom]

    Souscrivez pour la Victoire et pour la Triomphe de la Liberté [Subscribe for Victory and for the Triumph of Freedom]

    (posters) Made by: Jonas, Lucien (Undefined) 1918

    Art.IWM PST 10675

    whole: the subtitle is placed across the top, integrated with the image which covers the majority of the surface. The title and text are positioned separately across the bottom in black. image: an Italian Bersaglieri, a French 'poilu' and a...

  • Land-Girls and Soldiers Threshing at Maldon, Essex

    Land-Girls and Soldiers Threshing at Maldon, Essex

    (art) Made by: Moore, Mona 1941

    Art.IWM ART LD 1470

    War Artists Advisory Committee commission

  • YOUR TIN MAKES ENGINE PARTS FOR ARMY LORRIES - THANK YOU NIGERIA!

    YOUR TIN MAKES ENGINE PARTS FOR ARMY LORRIES - THANK YOU NIGERIA!

    (posters)

    Art.IWM PST 8268

    Poster divided into two sections top illustration shows scene of tin being quarried with power hoses. Lower illustration shows convoy of army lorries.

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