© IWM Art.IWM PST 15890
previous
next
  • Use this image under Non-Commercial licence.

    You can download low-resolution, watermarked files from the IWM website free of charge, for private and non-commercial use under the IWM Non-Commercial Licence.

    By downloading or embedding any media, you agree to the terms and conditions of the IWM Non Commercial Licence, including your use of the attribution statement specified by IWM. For this item, that is: © IWM Art.IWM PST 15890

    Accepted Non-commercial Use
    If you would like to use IWM collections materials in a way that is not covered above, require a commercial licence, high-resolution copies, or have manipulation requests, please contact the Media Sales & Licensing Team.
    Embed
    HTML: BBCode:

Object details

Category
Posters
Related period
Interwar (production), Second World War (content)
Creator
Batty, Dora M (Undefined)
Lowe and Brydone Printers Ltd, London NW10 (printer)
Her Majesty's Stationery Office (publisher/sponsor)
Production date
1939
Place made
Great Britain
Materials

Support: paper

medium: lithograph

Dimensions

Support: Height 1014 mm, 634

Catalogue number
Art.IWM PST 15890

Related content

actress in 1940 dress applying makeup
IWM
Wartime Fashion
Get a vintage makeover
Want a 1940s makeover? Our vintage hair and make up tutorials can show you how, just in time for the Duxford Air Show 2019
Women walk down a London street during the Second World War in 1941.
Fashion
How Clothes Rationing Affected Fashion In The Second World War
Clothes were rationed in Britain from 1 June 1941. This limited the amount of new garments people could buy until 1949, four years after the war's end. Despite the limitations imposed by rationing, clothing retailers sought to retain and even expand their customer base during the Second World War.
Adolf Hitler at the annual harvest festival at Bückeberg in 1934.
© IWM (MH 11040)
Second World War
How Europe Went To War In 1939
The Second World War was the most destructive conflict in human history. Years of international tension and aggressive expansion by Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany culminated in the German invasion of Poland on 1 September 1939. Britain and France declared war on Germany two days later.