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  • HUN OR HOME? BUY MORE LIBERTY BONDS

    HUN OR HOME? BUY MORE LIBERTY BONDS

    (posters) Made by: Raleigh, H (Undefined)

    Art.IWM PST 0249

    image: a woman clutching a baby stares back and recoils at the ape-like caricature silhouette of a German in a 'Pickelhaube' (spiked helmet), reaching down to claw at the head (?) of a fallen man, possibly the husband of the woman; the colours...

  • WAAC - THIS IS MY WAR TOO!

    WAAC - THIS IS MY WAR TOO!

    (posters) Made by: Smith, Dan V. (Undefined) 1943

    Art.IWM PST 8126

    design: head and shoulders portrait of WAAC in unifrom, US flag in background text: WAAC THIS IS MY WAR TOO! WOMEN'S ARMY AUXILIARY CORPS UNITED STATES ARMY

  • We'll Have Lots to Eat This Winter, Won't We Mother? - Grow Your Own - Can Your Own

    We'll Have Lots to Eat This Winter, Won't We Mother? - Grow Your Own - Can Your Own

    (posters) Made by: Parker, A (Undefined) 1943

    Art.IWM PST 3119

    image: a mother and young daughter in matching frilly white aprons prepare bottled vegetables on a kitchen table. More bottled fruit and vegetables appear on the shelf above their heads. text: "We'll have lots to eat this winter, won't we...

  • MUST CHILDREN DIE AND MOTHERS PLEAD IN VAIN? BUY MORE LIBERTY BONDS

    MUST CHILDREN DIE AND MOTHERS PLEAD IN VAIN? BUY MORE LIBERTY BONDS

    (posters) Made by: Unknown (Undefined)

    Art.IWM PST 0238

    image: a mother in a blouse and skirt, her back turned to the spectator, clutching a child, and in turn clutched by another child, points with two fingers of her left arm upwards to the right, although the gesture is more akin to the act of supplication...

  • 50% MORE MONEY IN THE GLIDER TROOPS

    50% MORE MONEY IN THE GLIDER TROOPS

    (posters) Made by: Holmes

    Art.IWM PST 3133

    image: image in the style of an American comic-book showing a woman in a short skirt and high heels holding a shoulder bag and carrying a war bond in her left hand, a speech-bubble in upper left reading 'I CAN SAVE UP TO A HUNDRED DOLLARS EVERY TWO...

  • TO KEEP OUR LAND SECURE - BUY WAR BONDS

    TO KEEP OUR LAND SECURE - BUY WAR BONDS

    (posters) Made by: Kroll, Leon (Undefined) 1943

    Art.IWM PST 6195

    image: a sturdy young farmer's wife in a pink dress and white headscarf, holding a baby in her right arm and a letter in her left hand, reads aloud to her two older children, a boy and a girl. They are on the porch of a farmhouse sited among rolling...

  • HOMEMAKER'S WAR GUIDE

    HOMEMAKER'S WAR GUIDE

    (posters) Made by: Unknown (Undefined) 1942

    Art.IWM PST 6446

    image: information poster with long texts under various headings, interspersed with small explanatory drawings text: [main heading] HOMEMAKER'S WAR GUIDE [sub-headings] PLAN CONSERVE SALVAGE AIR RAID PROTECTION [lower text] VICTORY BEGINS AT HOME...

  • D W Griffith's supreme triumph 'Hearts of the World' - a Love Story of the Great War

    D W Griffith's supreme triumph 'Hearts of the World' - a Love Story of the Great War

    (posters) Made by: Unknown (Undefined) 1918

    Art.IWM PST 8420

    image: German soldier, standing above a woman and holding a whip, she looking up in fear and despair. The woman is working in a potato field; a horse and cart in the background. text: D W GRIFFITH'S SUPREME TRIUMPH 'HEARTS OF THE WORLD' A...

  • Oh, Boy! That's the Girl! - The Salvation Army Lassie

    Oh, Boy! That's the Girl! - The Salvation Army Lassie

    (posters) Made by: Richards, G M (Undefined) 1918

    Art.IWM PST 4860

    design: soldier, US infantryman, bust, cheery caricature full face, in steel helmet, enjoying a ring doughnut. He gestures behind him with his right hand to the full-length figure of a woman soldier of the Salvation Army, in khaki uniform and steel...

  • MY GIRL'S A WOW

    MY GIRL'S A WOW

    (posters) Made by: Treidler, Adolph (Undefined) 1943

    Art.IWM PST 3089

    image: Head of a smiling helmeted soldier, holding up for the viewer a monochrome 'photograph' of an attractive woman (head and shoulders, facing right to left) in a headscarf and white shirt with a numbered button badge text: "MY GIRL...

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