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YOU OUGHT TO BE ASHAMED: A poster intended to shame those men who hadn't enlisted. Replace "Women" with "The Government" and it probably presented the truth.

Carteles de propaganda Primera Guerra Mundial

A 1938 poster released by the Reichsministry of Public Enlightenment in honor of the Anschluss (unification of Austria and Germany) which occurred just days prior to its publication. It contains the new borders of the unified state and the the famous words "Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Führer!" ("One People, One Empire, One Leader!"), which was the compelling slogan used by the populations of both nations in the campaign to unify the two ethnic-German countries.

A 1938 poster released by the Reichsministry of Public Enlightenment in honor of the Anschluss (unification of Austria and Germany) which occurred just days prior to its publication. It contains the new borders of the unified state and the the famous words "Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Führer!" ("One People, One Empire, One Leader!"), which was the compelling slogan used by the populations of both nations in the campaign to unify the two ethnic-German countries.

Uno de los fenómenos intrínsecos de la Guerra Civil española que ha permanecido prácticamente inaveriguado, cuando no oculto, durante la cuarentena franquista, y que, incluso hoy, no ha sido valorado en su justa magnitud, es la explosión cartelista de julio del 36 en Barcelona..

Goñi pasó la Guerra Civil en Barcelona, trabajando en el Sindicat de Dibuixants Professionals de UGT. Se destacó rápidamente como cartelista por la maestría del grafismo y la expresividad de sus obras.

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Álbum de la Caballería Española por el Conde de Clonard. Siglo XII: Gran número de monumentos conservamos en testimonio de los adelantos que en el ...

Commentators (esp. British) constructed a dichotomy between chivalrous air duels and atrocious air raids. Home pilots were honorable knights justly defending the empire; whereas, enemy bomber-pilot embodied the anti-knight, cruelly attacking women, children, wounded, sick, and the infirm. This British placard depicts German bombers targeting a Red Cross field hospital. Kaiser Wilhelm II gleefully points and tells Field Marshal von Hindenburg, "Look! ...My German Heroes!" WW1 propaganda [c…

Commentators (esp. British) constructed a dichotomy between chivalrous air duels and atrocious air raids. Home pilots were honorable knights justly defending the empire; whereas, enemy bomber-pilot embodied the anti-knight, cruelly attacking women, children, wounded, sick, and the infirm. This British placard depicts German bombers targeting a Red Cross field hospital. Kaiser Wilhelm II gleefully points and tells Field Marshal von Hindenburg, "Look! ...My German Heroes!" WW1 propaganda [c…

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