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Enlisted for duration of the war. Help the national egg collection for the wounded, by R.G. Praill ; Avenue Press, London W.C. Created in 1915 as a color lithograph at 75 x 48 cm. Summary: Poster showing a chicken wearing a red leg band and a sash decorated with a crown.

Help the National Egg Collection for the Wounded

Enlisted for duration of the war. Help the national egg collection for the wounded, by R. Avenue Press, London W. Created in 1915 as a color lithograph at 75 x 48 cm. Summary: Poster show

During World War I, the Women's Land Army served as a support group to help women keep up the nation's food production. Some women were even transported from their homes to rural areas to help.

Get Behind the Girl

1918 WWI Womens Land Army by Guenther Vintage Military Poster PRINTED BY: The American Lithographic Company 1918 New York State Army Membership Committee. AGE: World War One era 1918 lithograph.

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Tell Her Nothing Produced quite early into World War II, this extremely rare British poster proved so popular that as soon as the posters were put up, they would disappear – presumably stolen by amorous servicemen.

World War I Poster, United Kingdom

A British WWI poster saying "Don't waste bread! Save two thick slices every day and defeat the 'U' Boat"

Colorized photos from WWII.  This one is of Russian sharpshooter Kyra Petrovskaya.

Russian sniper - Leningrad Front - World War II Fancy being sniped by her?

WWII Canadian Propaganda

To encourage the public to support the war effort by buying Victory bonds, designer Gordon K. Odell resorted to a frequent propaganda ploy, vilifying the enemy to contrast it with the values and ideals defended by the homeland.

This is one of my favourite covers from the Star Weekly, dated October 11, 1941, showing a woman in a Canadian uniform throwing darts at Hitler's face.

BIENTOT A LA MODE GRACE A TRUMP This is one of my favourite covers from the Star Weekly, dated October showing a woman in a Canadian uniform throwing darts at Hitler's face.

The "call to arms" posters directed towards women fascinate me, not least because there are women in my family who served in various facets (military and civilian) of the war effort.

For your country's sake today - for your own sake tomorrow! Created by Steele Savage in 1944 I believe this to be out of copyright due to the date of publication and the US Government being the publisher.

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