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Alfred Leete, recruitement poster "Britons, your country wants you", 2014

British Kitchener poster from WWI, inspiring dozens of second-person appeal posters

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | Young man! Are you between 19 and 35? If you are your duty is clear. Enlist to-day. God save the King!.

Are you between 19 and If you are your duty is clear. God save the King! LOC Summary: Poster showing a small portrait of King George V above the text

Knight Templar, 13th century

1200 - 1299 Knights Templar, century The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon Active: c. Allegiance: The Pope

Keep 'em Firing!  US.  General Motors Corporation.  Oldsmobile Division. c. 1942.

"Keep Tools In Shape To Keep'em Firing!" ~ WWII propaganda poster, ca.

Black Tuesday signaled the beginning of a ten-year depression. Because of the Roaring 20s many stockholders were buying more and more stocks in hope that the prices would rise even more. Sometimes they would even borrow money to buy more stocks. Even though the crash caused mass unemployment it is not the only reason for the depression. Carolina

Black Tuesday 1929 the stock market crash and beginning of the "Great Depression". the stock market crashed october 1929

Poison Gas Warfare In WW1 I THE GREAT WAR Special - YouTube

All soldiers feared poison gas but all sides developed deadlier and more perfidious kinds of chemical agents. Indy tells you everything about gas warfare in .

Dedo acusador - Alfred Leete. Britons (Lord Kitchener) Wants YOU (1914).

World War I recruitment poster featuring Britain Secretary of State for War, Lord Kitchener. The campaign raised the size of the British Army from men in 1914 to the eventual 4 millions of This poster designed by Alfred Leete and produced in September

Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson was a professor of natural history (physics) and artillery at VMI when the Civil War started. He wasn't always admired then, as he was a tiresome professor and exhibited peculiar habits and rigorous Calvinist beliefs.

One of the most inspiring characters in history: General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson. General Jackson's wife, Mary Anna, stated that she felt this photograph was the best likeness to her husband that was ever captured on film.

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