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

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

War of the future: Brian Moore's WWIII propaganda posters Inspired by the 2009 Iran election protest and activism and censorship therein, these third world war propaganda posters were conceived by Milwaukee-born designer Brian Moore. They are a playful statement on wartime, citizen journalism, censorship, and the advent of the internet

War of the future: Brian Moore's WWIII propaganda posters

War of the future: Brian Moore's WWIII propaganda posters Inspired by the 2009 Iran election protest and activism and censorship therein, these third world war propaganda posters were conceived by Milwaukee-born designer Brian Moore. They are a playful statement on wartime, citizen journalism, censorship, and the advent of the internet

German MG-42 Crew - WW2

German MG-42 Crew - WW2

A V-1 flying bomb lands in a street off Drury Lane, London 1944 [736 × 1106]

A V-1 flying bomb lands in a street off Drury Lane, London 1944 [736 × 1106]

A remarkable testament to the strength of this German tank's barrel: An enemy side shot clean through it and its tubular structure still remains intact.

A remarkable testament to the strength of this German tank's barrel: An enemy side shot clean through it and its tubular structure still remains intact.

Ww1 propaganda poster.

Ww1 propaganda poster.

Nazi and children propaganda poster

Nazi and children propaganda poster

Vintage Advertising Posters | Texaco

Vintage Advertising Posters | Texaco

German  WW2  "In memory of..."

German WW2 "In memory of..."

Liverpool Street Station by Marjorie Sherlock painted 1917. This one, in the Government Art Collection appears to be almost identical to the one titled Liverpool Street Station in the Twenties in the National Railway Museum.

Liverpool Street Station by Marjorie Sherlock painted 1917. This one, in the Government Art Collection appears to be almost identical to the one titled Liverpool Street Station in the Twenties in the National Railway Museum.

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