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WW1 recruiting poster: John Bull demands to know who hasn't volunteered yet. Behind him are rows of soldiers, already being slaughtered in the trenches.

A World War I recruitment poster, featuring John Bull pointing accusingly at the reader, with the text ‘Who’s absent?’ Behind him rows of soldiers can be seen.

This poster is a very blatant example of how selfish behaviours were reframed during wartime to be damaging to the war effort.     Suggestions to cut down on needless consumption was one way war propaganda worked to militarise the homefront, by making the war effort near total for the whole American population.

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WWII ad - This is an old ad during WWII which encouraged carpooling. First, there is a black and white fallacy, essentially saying you are either in support of the US or you are not. Basically, support the US and carpool, or join Hitler.

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Russian Empire, 1904. Social poster "types of our women". The left one is "Woman-Human", the left, flirting with the Japanese, is a "Woman-Dame"

Russian Empire, Social poster "types of our women". The left one is "Woman-Human", the left, flirting with the Japanese, is a "Woman-Dame"

Illustrator Shows The Hidden Side Of Women That Society Doesn't Want To See

Illustrator Shows The Hidden Side Of Women That Society Doesn’t Want To See