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This 1945 World War poster highlights the need for health education and the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. Don't be a dumb bunny! But if you must...stay one jump ahead of trouble!

This 1945 World War poster highlights the need for health education and the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. Don't be a dumb bunny! But if you must...stay one jump ahead of trouble!

Syphilis strikes one out of ten adults Consult a reputable physician. NYC : Federal Art Project, [1936 or 1937]. Library of Congress.

Syphilis strikes one out of ten adults Consult a reputable physician. NYC : Federal Art Project, [1936 or 1937]. Library of Congress.

“As old as creation: Syphilis is now curable” (1937), silkscreen, for the New York WPA Federal Art Project

“As old as creation: Syphilis is now curable” (1937), silkscreen, for the New York WPA Federal Art Project

"Women, There's work to be done..." US c 1942

30 Political Propaganda Posters from Modern History

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | Buy fresh fish, save the meat for our soldiers and allies.

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | Buy fresh fish, save the meat for our soldiers and allies.

"Me travel?," posted by Phil Bradley, via Flickr. "The idea behind this poster was that the guy is going to vacation at home, rather than waste petrol on driving on holiday somewhere. Artist Dorne, Albert. United States. Office of Defense Transportation."

"Me travel?," posted by Phil Bradley, via Flickr. "The idea behind this poster was that the guy is going to vacation at home, rather than waste petrol on driving on holiday somewhere. Artist Dorne, Albert. United States. Office of Defense Transportation."

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Syphilis--Examination results are confidential .... Illinois WPA Art Project, 1940 - Poster showing a stethoscope, a hand holding a pen, and a padlock.- The number of school age kids & teenagers w/Syphilis is ON the RISE!

Ryan Mungia discusses "Protect Yourself: Veneral Disease Posters of World War II," which sheds light on how VD was discussed through these vintage posters.

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