During World War II, before the age of television, patriotic/propaganda posters were widely used by governments to improve the morale of their populations and to inform and educate people about topics relating to the war. These posters were commonly displayed in public places, such as post offices, libraries, and transportation centers, and today they give us an interesting insight into the wartime priorities and concerns of each country. Below are links to pages containing samples of wartime posters from the United States, Great Britain and Germany. New posters will be added to these pages from time to time.
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