Discussion in 'Trench Art' started by Fred Wilson, Jan 13, 2016.
Illustration explaining rationing points for canned goods.
Germans erected a sign to mark the occasion in 1940 when the Altmark was "set upon by a British sea-pirate" navy World War Two raid.
Donated to the National Museum of the Royal Navy at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
WWII US Navy USN Battleship Pinup Model:
. . . . . . . . . .Tara Babcock
1943 Original US NAVY Marines Vintage War WW2 Poster
Oh the irony.
Here are few posters from Yugoslav partisans.
Translation: "Everyone must fight for the freedom of Croatia!"
Translation: "Take guns everyone!!"
Translation from Slovenian: "Slovenes, round up and defend ourselves!"
Nice! Keep em coming! Any from neighboring countries? I ]ve been looking for early Greek, Italian and Austrian.
(Especially ex Yugolsavia?)
WW2 Anti Aircraft Defense Warning Sign
These are great! Excellent thread.
I agree. Here are a few more.
Thanks! I'll try to find some from neighboor countries!
Here are some more Yugoslav Partisan posters.
Translation from cyrillic: "Serbia can't be calmed!" It refers that Serbia can't settle down with the occupation.
Translation: "For the final strike, everyone-everything!"
Translation from Slovenian: "Death to occupiers and traitors!"
This one is one of my favourite posters from the WWII. It shows Slovenian farmer defending from Germans and Italians while he's getting stabbed in the back by B.G. (Bela Garda>White Guard).
India: Safe Drinking Water was not to be found.
Milk in Tea was boiled until it lumped and turned over twice - to ensure that too was safe.
Tea in Indian Restaurants is made that way to this day, and it is delicious!
See more at: http://www.ww2f.com/topic/57274-hot-coffeetea-why/page-2
Propaganda. A few good examples.
This is the only Greek resistance poster I found.
where would these be published?? great thread.....great poster YugoPartisan
I don't know where would these be published, but I know they were common on planes.
Here are few Soviet posters:
Translation: (sorry if it's wrong, my Russian isn't good): "In the name of fatherland, forward bogatyr!"
Translation: (sorry again if it's wrong): "Hitler's Germany (on the sign under the helmet). It will be like it. (under the soldier)"
Translation: "For the motherland!"
Tons and tons of sites.
Google Search or Google Image Search for WW2 RAF Pinup
or WW2 USAAF Pinup
Correct me if I'm wrong but I think he meant where would these be published during the war.