|Revolutionary War posters. The fact that the colonists fired first in Boston |
seems to have been but a minor detail insofar as Revere was concerned.
|Chinese Recruitment poster |
from the Korean War era.
|Civil War recruitment in the north--bring your own beachwear.|
|Recruitment was no problem. Money was.|
|Alfred Leete's 1914 Kitchener |
poster was the inspiration for Uncle
Sam's "I Want You" version.
|Joining England in a war was|
a "hard sell" in the U.S. in 1918.
No shortage of symbolism here.
|American artist, Herbert Andrew|
Paus, urges civilian involvement
in a war that seemed far, far
away in 1918.
|British wartime posters put artists into the conflict along with everyone else (love the pig).|
|Though much lampooned today,|
the war against fear and panic
was critical to British survival.
|Soldiers never before looked so |
beautiful, Adolph Treidler.
|Morley's Victory Gardens produced|
an abundance, even during war.
|Question: And Babies? Answer: And Babies. 1970|