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Propaganda and Ad Posters of the 1940s

War Production Board’s Cooking Fats – Free! Bomber Trip to Berlin (1943)
War Production Board’s Cooking Fats – Free! Bomber Trip to Berlin (1943)
Stewart-Warner Corporation’s War Bonds – "I Was Diving For the Sea In a World Gone Black..." (1943)
Stewart-Warner Corporation’s War Bonds – "I Was Diving For the Sea In a World Gone Black..." (1943)
War Production Board’s Waste Fats – Ach! Those American Housewives (1943)
War Production Board’s Waste Fats – Ach! Those American Housewives (1943)
Bowery Savings Bank’s Anti-inflation – Important News Today (1943)
Bowery Savings Bank’s Anti-inflation – Important News Today (1943)
Goodyear’s 5th War Loan – Your country asks you to buy more than before to back the invasion to speed the Victory (1944)
Goodyear’s 5th War Loan – Your country asks you to buy more than before to back the invasion to speed the Victory (1944)
U. S. Treasury Dept.’s 5th War Loan – Are Your Pockets Stripped For Action? (1944)
U. S. Treasury Dept.’s 5th War Loan – Are Your Pockets Stripped For Action? (1944)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – Warning: (1943)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – Warning: (1943)
"Censored" – Let’s censor our conversation about the war. (1941)
"Censored" – Let’s censor our conversation about the war. (1941)
Nazi War Poster
Nazi War Poster
What of teaching? – Illinois state teachers colleges exhibit. (1940)
What of teaching? – Illinois state teachers colleges exhibit. (1940)
Consolidated Shipbuilding Corp.’s Navy "E" – Building For A Lasting Peace (1943)
Consolidated Shipbuilding Corp.’s Navy "E" – Building For A Lasting Peace (1943)
Werbung, Neueröffnung HO Warenhaus (1949)
Werbung, Neueröffnung HO Warenhaus (1949)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – To the girl with a soldier overseas... How much do you really want him back? (1943)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – To the girl with a soldier overseas... How much do you really want him back? (1943)
Federal government sponsored classes in war training for industry. (1941)
Federal government sponsored classes in war training for industry. (1941)