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"Red Cross nurses, don't leave on the battlefield no wounded, nor his weapon." or translated as "Health officials do not leave the wounded on the battlefield and their weapons. Koreckij, (V.

Loyalty to one means loyalty to both. LOC Summary: Poster showing two soldiers, one holding an American flag, the other the flag of the Red Cross, and promoting loyalty to both. Date Created/Published: between 1914 and 1918. WW1 propaganda poster provided by LOC. Original medium: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : offset, color.

Loyalty to one means loyalty to both. LOC Summary: Poster showing two soldiers, one holding an American flag, the other the flag of the Red Cross, and promoting loyalty to both. Date Created/Published: between 1914 and propaganda poster provided by LOC.

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | American Red Cross serves humanity Join!.

Image detail for -Vintage Posters - American Red Cross serves humanity Join Lawrence .

Красный Крест Жизнь Обложка журнала 1 июля 1940

LIFE

1940 Red Cross - my grandmother volunteered with the Red Cross around the same time of publication.

As soon as I stop laughing, I'll verify where this is from... In the meantime, ladies, stay away from dance halls.

vintage photo Syphilis sexually transmitted disease, All of these men soldiers have it, Women Stay away from dance halls, World War Two propaganda

US Army nurses boarding cargo plane for transport after they were liberated from Japanese internment camps during WWII. Location:	Manila, Luzon, Philippine Islands Date taken:	February 1945 Photographer:	Carl Mydans

indypendenthistory: US Army nurses boarding cargo plane for transport after they were liberated from Japanese internment camps during WWII. Location: Manila, Luzon, Philippine Islands Date taken: February 1945 Photographer: Carl Mydans

"He May Never Get There" World War II Propaganda poster.....the press could take note for today.  Too much information out there for our guys.

Similar to the "Loose Lips Sink Ships" campaign, this poster reaffirms to all Americans that you should NEVER discuss troop movements. You never know who could be a Nazi spy!

Recruitment Poster

"You Are Needed Now", an Army Nurse Corps recruiting poster, illustrated by Ruzzie Green

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