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A digital art print of a World War Two propaganda poster depicting derogatory interpretations of each of the Axis powers; Japan, Germany, Italy and Russia. Our postcards are professionally printed on

A digital art print of a World War Two propaganda poster depicting derogatory interpretations of each of the Axis powers; Japan, Germany, Italy and Russia. Our postcards are professionally printed on

The Muppet Movie Poster

The Muppet Movie Poster

With Belgium being quickly overrun early in the war, most propaganda postcards depicting their ordeal were published in France and Great Britain. While most atrocities only took place in the first few months of the war, the rape of Belgium had become such a potent myth that it wasnÕt so easily dismissed. Allied publishers were able to exploit this myth and continued to issue propaganda cards of German atrocities throughout the entire conflict. These images used usually followed very specific…

With Belgium being quickly overrun early in the war, most propaganda postcards depicting their ordeal were published in France and Great Britain. While most atrocities only took place in the first few months of the war, the rape of Belgium had become such a potent myth that it wasnÕt so easily dismissed. Allied publishers were able to exploit this myth and continued to issue propaganda cards of German atrocities throughout the entire conflict. These images used usually followed very specific…

Roads to the Great War: World War I Press Kit Surprises

Roads to the Great War: World War I Press Kit Surprises

Original 1910s Irish Canadian Rangers Sportsmen Poster

Original 1910s Irish Canadian Rangers Sportsmen Poster

Designed by the graphic artist Maurice Louis Henri Neumont (1868–1930)  and produced in Paris in 1914 by Maison d’édition, depicts Kaiser Wilhelm II, emperor of Germany during World War I, and his father, Kaiser Wilhelm I, who left the throne to his son when he died in 1888, as “murderers.” Each carries a knife, and behind them is a looming image of the imperial eagle of Germany, dripping blood. The papers on the ground show the international agreements and principles of international law.

Designed by the graphic artist Maurice Louis Henri Neumont (1868–1930) and produced in Paris in 1914 by Maison d’édition, depicts Kaiser Wilhelm II, emperor of Germany during World War I, and his father, Kaiser Wilhelm I, who left the throne to his son when he died in 1888, as “murderers.” Each carries a knife, and behind them is a looming image of the imperial eagle of Germany, dripping blood. The papers on the ground show the international agreements and principles of international law.

"Food is Ammunition--Don't Waste It", 1918 Gicléedruk van John Sheridan bij AllPosters.nl

"Food is Ammunition--Don't Waste It", 1918 Gicléedruk van John Sheridan bij AllPosters.nl

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