UK & Canadian propaganda - WWII and WWII

The British and Canadian poster art had many similarities and were largely following the themes of recruitment, silence, during war, and the conversation of resources. The British propaganda was different, however, when it came to the moral obligation to help where needed (army, civil organizations, etc.), as the country especially during WW2 was under serious threat from the Axis powers. An interesting aspect of the Canadian entries arts was that postal ministers were printed in different sets, English or French.

Here you will find posters from United Kingdom and Canada, from both world war I and II!

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

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