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LESSON # 7 . World War One through Posters . ITHACA: PROJECT LOOK SHARP. Ithaca City School District. Who produced this poster? What was its purpose? What emotions does the poster tap into?. 1915 UK Saville Lumley.

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LESSON # 7

World War One through Posters

ITHACA: PROJECT LOOK SHARP

Ithaca City School District


Who produced this poster?

What was its purpose?

What emotions does the poster tap into?

1915 UK

Saville

Lumley


What emotions does this 1917 US government poster use to encourage men to enlist in the military?

1917 USA

C.S. Duncan


What messages does this 1918 Australian poster give about Germans?

Why would the Australian government represent Germans this way?

1918 Australia

Norman Lindsay


Raising funds


1915 Great Britain

D. D. Fry


USA

Joseph Pennell


1917 USA

James M. Flagg


Buy war loan bonds 1918 India

T. Martin Jones


Subscribe to the war loan 1918 Austria- Hungary

Bela Moldovan


Labor and Industry


1918 USA

John E Sheridan


1918 USA

Jonas Lie


1915 Great Britain

Bernard Partridge


1918 Great Britain

David Wilson


Through work to Victory!

Through Victory to Peace!

1917 Germany

Alexander Cay


Resources and Energy


USA

Walter Whitehead


1918 USA

Coles Phillips


There is enough aluminum, copper, brass, nickel, zinc in the country. Turn it in-- the army needs it.

1917 Germany

Louis Oppenheim


1914-18

Great Britain


Collect combed-out women’s hair

Germany

Jupp Wiertz


Food


1918 USA

John E Sheridan


1918 USA

L.N. Britton


1918 USA

James Montgomery Flagg


1918 USA

Charles Edward Chambers


1917 Great Britain

J.P. Beadle


Costs of War


1918 USA

Alonzo E Foringer


National War Relief Exhibition

1917 Austria Hungary

Pal Sujan


1918 USA

Ellsworth Young


Children in need!

1918 Germany

Theo Metejko


1918 USA

W.B. King


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