Learn to Make and Test Big Guns World War I Advertising Poster


Genre: World War I
Artist: Charles Buckles Falls
Year Printed: 1919
Size: 25 x 19.25"
Country of Poster: Unknown
Restoration Detail: Unrestored
Grade: Very Fine
Additional Information: "Learn to Make and Test the Big Guns" original vintage poster: linen backed. Grade A condition. Ordnance recruiting poster No. 2. Better yourself – Enlist and learn a Trade in the Ordnance Department U.S.A. Linen backed, horizontal, fine condition. Aberdeen Proving Ground …. Daily peace time firing. Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Engineer Reproduction Plant, U.S. Army, 1919. OCLC: 51040606 The recruiting and training of artillery units was crucial to American victory in World War I. For the Saint-Mihiel offensive, General Pershing moved 3,000 artillery pieces 60 miles to the front. They provided a four-hour barrage for the attack that began at 5:00 AM on September 12, 1918, that resulted in victory and demonstrated the critical role of artillery in combat. This is an Original Lithograph Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. The Vintage Poster has been working with collectors around the world helping them with their original vintage poster collections. Our posters come with a . We stand behind the description and condition of the vintage posters shown on the website. The Vintage Poster is an IVPDA certified vintage poster dealer. Available online to you 24/7. We are glad to assist you. Our current inventory is online and is updated frequently. To purchase, simply add the item(s) to your cart and check out. They will be delivered to your door. Your satisfaction is guaranteed!

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