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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1917 “Weapons for Liberty” by Joseph Christian Leyendecker

U*S*A Bonds - Third Liberty Loan Campaign - Boy Scouts of America Weapons for liberty (J. Leyendecker, U*S*A Bonds - Third Liberty Loan Campaign - Boy Scouts of America Weapons for liberty, Library of Congress.

World War 1 Poster - Join the Marines. Enlist to-day for 2-3 or 4 years

1917 travel, adventure, answer - join the Marines!, Enlist Today for or 4 Years- usa

Princess- J.C. Leyendecker - (detail) Saturday Evening Post, 1931. Queen of Spring. Oil on canvas (1874-1951) Haggin Museum

Princess Queen of Spring - Joseph Christian Leyendecker - (detail) Saturday Evening Post, Queen of Spring. Oil on canvas Haggin Museum

The women of the samurai had as main role to look after the house. This was especially crucial in the ' feudal times , when the husbands were often away fighting in other States or engaged in clan battles. His wife, or okugatasama (literally: the one who stays at home), as well as look after the children and chores, he was often having to physically defend the house from thieves and invaders. For this reason, many women of the samurai class were trained skillful use of a weapon in the…

In feudal times, the samurai's wife, or okugatasama (literally: the one who stays at home), looked after the children and chores, and defend the house from thieves and invaders while her husband was away in State or clan battles.

Bohemian Art Club: J.C. Leyendecker at the Haggin Museum

Bohemian Art Club: J. Leyendecker at the Haggin Museum-Part VI

It's About Time

"America Calls Enlist in the Navy" - To learn more, visit the World War I Posters from the Elisabeth Ball Collection in the Ball State University Digital Media Repository. All Rights Reserved.

The United States government and its military endeavors are always questioned in the media; that goes without saying. Hate us or love us, when perusing the posters below, all of which were designed to bring Americans together in a concerted effort to help topple the Axis Powers of World War II, you'll have to give us credit for our craftiness. The messages of these posters focus on rationing of goods, careless talk, war bonds, guilt, religion and much more. All are examples of good ol'…

Careless Talk poster from WWII American Propaganda Machine. This one is from 1944

Military Ads (Vintage Art) Posters at AllPosters.com

Your Country Needs You Famous Kitchener World War One recruitment poster From The War Memoirs of David Lloyd George published 1933 Canvas Art - Ken Welsh Design Pics x

This illustration by artist J.C. Leyendecker in 1917 shows two Marines in dress uniform. The image was used on WWI recruiting and enlistment posters.

Marines in Dress Uniform

This illustration by artist J. Leyendecker in 1917 shows two Marines in dress uniform. The image was used on WWI recruiting and enlistment posters.

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