French propaganda- World War I & II

The French propaganda was very diverse during World War II. Before the outbreak of WWII, the French government published a large number of posters, many with anti-German slogans and motives because of the aggressive politics of Nazi Germany. After the fall of France in 1940, pro-German posters were produced both by the German occupying forces as well as the Vichy regime. Many of the French-language posters was also used in southern Belgium.

The French resistance also produced posters during the occupation. Above all, FFL (Free French Forces), created a number of posters which were put up in all allied fields to raise the morale of the French soldiers who fled the war, now fighting from allied soil.

All prints are carefully restored reproductions of originals and printed on the best possible poster paper on the market!

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