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Irish WWI recruitment poster

Is Your Home Worth Fighting For?, by Hely's Limited

One of the best ways to recruit people into a war if they don’t otherwise care about the cause is to show them what they could get out of it. This Canadian ad promises to help improve the skills of artisans and mechanics, thus, hopefully, ensuring them better employment after the war.

21 World War I Recruitment Posters From Around the Globe

Vintage War Poster: Women of Britain say Go!

Take a look at the 'Vintage Posters - Fine Art Storehouse Vintage Posters' prints from Fine Art Storehouse

“Are you breaking the law? Patriotic Canadians will not hoard food” Food rationing poster from WWI.

This Canadian Food Board poster from WWI discourages the hoarding of food and points out that fines and/or jail time are possible punishments. "Are you breaking the law? Patriotic Canadians will not hoard food.

Womens Land Army Poster 191418 WW1  Print by BloominLuvly on Etsy, $9.95

Art Print Womens Land Army Poster 1914-18 WW1 , Print 8 x 10

File:"Boys^ Raise Pigs To Help Win The War. Girls^ 40,000

File:"Boys^ Raise Pigs To Help Win The War. Girls^ 40,000

Carteles de reclutamiento de la Primera Guerra Mundial

BRITISH WW I Who will Take this Uniform, Money and Rifle? Urdu translation reads: 'Who will take this uniform, money and rifle? The one who will join the army.

This was the original artwork of  James Montgomery Flagg for a World War I Navy recruiting poster.  It was photographed following restoration in 1986.

Oil painting by artist James Montgomery Flagg. This was the original artwork for a World War I Navy recruiting poster.

The most famous and enduring recruitment poster image from WW1. Designed by Alfred Leete.

How Were Propaganda Posters Used in World War 1?

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