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British Propaganda Posters of the Second World War - Talk less - you never know

50 Powerful Examples Of Visual Propaganda And The Meanings Behind Them

This vintage World War II poster features a man who is half normal civilian and half German soldier. It declares, "Talk Less, You Never Know". Celebrate American and History with this digitally restored vintage war poster from The War Is Hell Store.

SHE'S doing HER part! What's YOUR problem?!?  XD

REMAKE: BLACK ANGEL Poster / by *PaulSizer // Thought provoking in my mind.

Collection of interesting pictures I found over the years, Part 20: Military (look at my posts for the other parts)

Collection of interesting pictures I found over the years, Part 20: Military (look at my posts for the other parts)

Military pinning for the horse helmet

Little known fact: Hitler's massively deformed left ear was edited out of every official photograph.

"Loose Talk an Cost Lives" ~ WWII 'loose lips' poster.

Germany awake! Victory is ours!, Moonwheel Historical

American Nazi party postcard send to Germany.

Homefront: Vintage Military WWII WW 2 World War 2 We Can Do It Postcard. This is a propaganda poster saying that women can do this. We can take charge and help lead this country.

This is a War World II poster urging women to help in factories and other duties that need help. This was a time that showed sense of female pride as they support the war equally. There help was needed badly.

An SS propaganda poster that translates to "My Honor". -

An SS propaganda poster that translates to "My Honor". -it is in fact a poor painting.

Vintage Baseball Advertisement....gotta' love it!

FAKE: WWII poster shows soldier "throwing like a girl" FACT: The text is a modern photoshop of a real poster, which said, "God help me if this is a dud; His life is in YOUR hands.

Original Second World War artworks produced as propaganda for the Ministry of Information have gone online and are now freely available on Wikimedia Commons. More than 350 pieces have gone online so far, but there are plans to digitise the entire collection of almost 2,000 art works. We present a selection here.

British World War Two propaganda artworks released on Wikipedia

British World War II Propaganda Artworks Released on Wikipedia

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