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one of my favorite WWI posters

"Gee, I Wish I Were a Man" Gee! I wish I were a man, I'd join the Navy. Be a man and do it - United States Navy recruiting station - Howard Chandler Christy Poster showing a young woman in a Navy uniform. World War I.

Little Americans, WWI - America.

WWI Propaganda Poster Little Americans, do your bit Eat oatmeal, corn meal mush, [.] Save the wheat for our soldiers - Leave nothing on your plate

“Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can't help them, at least don't hurt them.”  ― Dalai Lama

A Red Cross nurse holding a wounded soldier in this poster soliciting funds during WWI: 'In the name of mercy give.' The poster was illustrated by Albert Herter in WWI, 1917

Pull Together Men - The Navy Needs Us. Issued by City of Boston Committee on Public Safety, this poster shows sailors rowing a boat. Illustrated by Paul R. Boomhower, 1917. Vintage WWI poster.

Pull Together Men - The Navy Needs Us

US WW I "Pull together men - The Navy needs us!", poster created by Paul Boomhower in 1917 showing sailors rowing a boat for World War I. Originally it was as a color lithograph - innovative use of color.

Glittering generalities.

Women's Army Corps recruiting poster from WWII. My sponsor was a WAC, these gals were legit

WW2 US Navy recruiting poster

US Navy recruiting poster Help Us Salute Our Veterans by supporting their…

World War II propaganda posters - Gallery

World War II propaganda posters

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