From a collection of collection of Soviet space propaganda posters up for auction. "Be Proud, Soviet, You Opened a Path from the Earth to the Stars!"(1962) Artist: Mikhail Soloviev (1905-1991, Meritorious Art Worker of the Russian Federation). Originally an easel and Monumentalist painter, Mikhail Soloviev turned to producing posters in 1941 when his teacher and patron Pavel Sokolov Skalya brought him to work for the TASS Windows operation...

Up for Bids: Classic Soviet Space Propaganda Posters

"Be Proud Soviet, you opened a path from the Earth to the stars." 1962 —Classic Soviet Space Propaganda Poster, Artist: Mikhail Soloviev Meritorious Art Worker of the Russian Federation)

Such a simple design, but effective. I'm always impressed when I see U.S. WWII posters.

"The Sun is Rising in the West" ~ WWII Pacific War enlistment poster.

World War Two poster calling for female factory workers. Published in 1941 by the British Ministry of Information. Artwork by Donald Zec

Art style more reminiscent of US rather than UK - even Soviet to a degree. ("World War Two poster calling for female factory workers. Published in 1941 by the British Ministry of Information. Artwork by Donald Zec")

US World War II propaganda at it's finest!  I think I'm going to order a print of this, frame it, and put it up in my future child's room!

World War II poster: He’s Watching You, by Glenn Grohe, ca. 1942 Looks like Darth Vader

An anti-Nazi propaganda poster by Frédéric Henri Kay Henrion (1942)

creative British WWII propaganda poster depicting the Allies breaking apart the swastika.

British WW II propaganda poster: "Don't keep a diary. It might get into the enemy's hands"

British WWII propaganda poster: "Don't keep a diary. Maybe you could bore them to death.

... bureau of yards and docks! by x-ray delta one, via Flickr

Poster encouraging skilled laborers to join the Seabees as part of the war effort: “Build for your Navy! Carpenters, machinists, electricians etc.” The history of the United States Navy.

In majority of countries you would see tons of propaganda posters like this one. These were designed to show people Hitler’s ability to destroy everything he came in contact with. The army wanted people to know they were fighting to ensure safety on the home front if they did as planned. If not, get ready for other conclusions. This source however was not at all creditable. The picture itself was fine but the website it was linked to had no information on the source.

We remember the fallen: World War II American propaganda posters

We`re Fighting to Prevent This by C. Miller Think America Institute, Kelly Read & Co. NARA Still Picture Branch

To Victory!

To Victory ! With Our Help, 1941 An extremely rare ‘To Victory’ original poster dated The scene depicting Hawker Hurricanes flying in formation, published to recruit for the Canadian Air Force in support of the War effort.

Houdin.... Inspired many magicians, including Houdini!

Theatre Robert-Houdin, Paris, 1800s

Vintage George Melies Illusion Fantastique Poster created by VintageCornerStore.

Castles of the Air - Man the Walls - Join a Balloon Barrage Squadron, Auxiliary Air Force. Poster, 1939

Castles of the Air - Man the Walls - Join a Balloon Barrage Squadron, Auxiliary Air Force (UK,

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Amazing Propaganda Posters

A 1944 Nazi propaganda poster titled "LIBERATORS", which perfectly epitomizes many perennially-recurring themes of anti-Americanism

This Day in History: Oct 31, 1926: Houdini is dead http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/ http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-GSTGh_YhbI8/Tbkh0ftsnJI/AAAAAAAAEBg/aawOD8KXvg0/s1600/houdini16.jpg

Houdini gaining fame from working on vaudeville circuits performed entertaining magic acts

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