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17th Century English Propaganda 1641

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | German WW1 Propaganda Posters Page 37

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | German WW1 Propaganda Posters Page 37

The Catholics Strike Back Against Martin Luther, 1529, "The Seven Heads of Martin Luther," an allusion to the anti-Christ. [Woodcut]

The Catholics Strike Back Against Martin Luther, 1529, "The Seven Heads of Martin Luther," an allusion to the anti-Christ. [Woodcut]

perfect anti-Catholic propaganda! Something for everyone, "ticks all the boxes" -- conscientious outrage at such flagrant abuse of religious authority and -- regrettably (how we wish we weren't obliged to look at such stuiff!) -- soft porn. Issued by Compton Holland c.1619 -- verse signed AJ (or AT?) Houghton Library, Harvard [see Commentary]

perfect anti-Catholic propaganda! Something for everyone, "ticks all the boxes" -- conscientious outrage at such flagrant abuse of religious authority and -- regrettably (how we wish we weren't obliged to look at such stuiff!) -- soft porn. Issued by Compton Holland c.1619 -- verse signed AJ (or AT?) Houghton Library, Harvard [see Commentary]

This is a presidential campaign poster for William McKinley. Created in 1897, this poster, and others like it, have been a key part of campaigns throughout the country's history.

This is a presidential campaign poster for William McKinley. Created in 1897, this poster, and others like it, have been a key part of campaigns throughout the country's history.

A cabinet card portrait of a beautiful black nurse with her white charge. The young woman is dressed in European dress, with a Mother Hubbard apron and a head-wrap.   An inked inscription in a period hand recto in the lower margin reads: ‘Baby Merle / 6 months & 3 weeks / April 1903.’

A cabinet card portrait of a beautiful black nurse with her white charge. The young woman is dressed in European dress, with a Mother Hubbard apron and a head-wrap. An inked inscription in a period hand recto in the lower margin reads: ‘Baby Merle / 6 months & 3 weeks / April 1903.’

In 1934 Der Stürmer, the 18th ed, carried a front-page article under the headline Jüdischer Mordplan (Jewish Death-plot), with an illustration showing Jews draining blood from the throats of blonde-haired infants with Christian crosses in the background.  This edition repeats the traditional Catholic Blood-libel, referring to a "Jewish death-plan".

In 1934 Der Stürmer, the 18th ed, carried a front-page article under the headline Jüdischer Mordplan (Jewish Death-plot), with an illustration showing Jews draining blood from the throats of blonde-haired infants with Christian crosses in the background. This edition repeats the traditional Catholic Blood-libel, referring to a "Jewish death-plan".

Don't you love the way they always laid the blame on "loose" women?!  Nary a man graces these propaganda billboards.  Good grief.

Don't you love the way they always laid the blame on "loose" women?! Nary a man graces these propaganda billboards. Good grief.

KKK against Rome.  from "The Good Citizen" Branford Clarke illustration in Heroes of the Fiery Cross 1928

KKK against Rome. from "The Good Citizen" Branford Clarke illustration in Heroes of the Fiery Cross 1928

Антирелигиозная пропаганда в СССР / Назад в СССР / Back in USSR

Антирелигиозная пропаганда в СССР / Назад в СССР / Back in USSR

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