World War 1 Propaganda Posters

Propaganda Posters played a very important role in strengthening the cause of the nations involved in World War 1. They helped recruit men to join the military and Red Cross, and served as a fundraising tool. They also provided information, and reminded people to contribute to the war effort by not wasting food. The countries involved in World War 1 included Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Italy, Russia, The United Kingdom, and The United States of America. Each country used World War 1 Propaganda Posters to advertise and encourage their citizens to support the war. World War 1 started on July 27, 1914 and ended on November 1918.

Meet the Artists of the World War 1 Propaganda Posters Series

In the United States, World War 1 Propaganda Posters were used to mobilize men to join the armed forces, and to encourage citizens to support the war effort. One of the most memorable and iconic posters during the war was the “I WANT YOU” poster, featuring a pointing Uncle Sam. It was designed by James Montgomery Flagg, and released in 1917. Other artists who contributed in making World War 1 propaganda poster include Clyde Forsythe, Gerrit Baker, J. Scott Williams, L.A. Shafer and Euginie De Land Saugstad. You can find a collection of original of war posters here at Nancy Steinbock Posters. For inquiries, please call 800-438-1577 or email us off the pop-up of anything that interests you.

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