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I Want You for U.S. Army, United States, 1917, James Montgomery Flagg 1877–1960 , color lithograph, 42 × 32 in. The Huntington Library, Art Galleries, and Botanical Gardens, gift of Charles Heartwell. - 4 (© Derechos Reservados de la British Broadcasting Corporation Corporación Británica de Radiodifusión 2014)

I Want You for U.S. Army, United States, 1917, James Montgomery Flagg 1877–1960 , color lithograph, 42 × 32 in. The Huntington Library, Art Galleries, and Botanical Gardens, gift of Charles Heartwell. - 4 (© Derechos Reservados de la British Broadcasting Corporation Corporación Británica de Radiodifusión 2014)

La Primera Guerra Mundial (1914-1918)

La Primera Guerra Mundial (1914-1918)

El Tío Sam es un apodo y a la vez una caricatura con las que se personifica al gobierno de los Estados Unidos de América y que, fuera de sus fronteras, se utiliza para referirse al país en su conju...

El Tío Sam es un apodo y a la vez una caricatura con las que se personifica al gobierno de los Estados Unidos de América y que, fuera de sus fronteras, se utiliza para referirse al país en su conju...

I WANT YOU FOR U.S ARMY Sin duda uno de los carteles propagandísiticos más famosos y transcendentes de la historia.  Fue empleado con enorme éxito durante la Primera Guerra Mundial y posteriormente en la Segunda. Hay quien piensa que el hombre de la imagen es un presidente como Abraham Lincoln pero en realidad se trata de un comerciante de carnes llamado "uncle" Sam Wilson que suministraba al Ejército de EEUU durante la guerra de 1812.

I WANT YOU FOR U.S ARMY Sin duda uno de los carteles propagandísiticos más famosos y transcendentes de la historia. Fue empleado con enorme éxito durante la Primera Guerra Mundial y posteriormente en la Segunda. Hay quien piensa que el hombre de la imagen es un presidente como Abraham Lincoln pero en realidad se trata de un comerciante de carnes llamado "uncle" Sam Wilson que suministraba al Ejército de EEUU durante la guerra de 1812.

El Imperialismo Americano,Primera Guerra Mundial,Rusia,Alemania,Italia

The political cartoon is from 1906, eight years before World War I began.  It is clear that many people at that time were already worried about the military build-up in the European countries.  The nations are shown at peace, not fighting.  But the figures are showing their weapons and looking nervously at each other.

The political cartoon is from 1906, eight years before World War I began. It is clear that many people at that time were already worried about the military build-up in the European countries. The nations are shown at peace, not fighting. But the figures are showing their weapons and looking nervously at each other.

El pudín de ciruela en peligro o The Plumb-Pudding in Danger (1805, James Gillray. Biblioteca del Congreso de EEUU)

El pudín de ciruela en peligro o The Plumb-Pudding in Danger (1805, James Gillray. Biblioteca del Congreso de EEUU)

Imperialism in World War 1  Ever since Columbus landed in the Americas, a handful of European countries had grown wealthy and powerful by controlling other countries. By 1914, England, France, Italy, Belgium, and Germany were busy carving up the rest the globe in a contest known as imperialism. For the winners the stakes were high- land meant wealth in those days, and the more you had the wealthier you were.

Imperialism in World War 1 Ever since Columbus landed in the Americas, a handful of European countries had grown wealthy and powerful by controlling other countries. By 1914, England, France, Italy, Belgium, and Germany were busy carving up the rest the globe in a contest known as imperialism. For the winners the stakes were high- land meant wealth in those days, and the more you had the wealthier you were.

Foto de Dorothea Lange (3/12)

Foto de Dorothea Lange (3/12)

Advertising in Times of War: WWII

Advertising in Times of War: WWII

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