Strong in the Strength of the Lord (L) World War II Advertising Poster
|Genre:||World War II|
|Artist:||David Stone Martin|
|Size:||28" x 40.5"|
|Country of Poster:||Unknown|
|Additional Information:||Original poster: Original World War II poster: Strong in the Strength of the Lord (L) Note that this is the large version of this poster. Acid free archival linen backed original WWII, U. S. Government printed vintage poster. A factory worker and a soldier, all playing a key part in the U.S. war effort. Published by the War Information Office in the attempt to foster greater cooperation between a number of different segments of society. AMERICANS SUFFER WHEN CARLESS TALK KILLS! Original 1943 U.S. Government (military propaganda) poster. .This poster promoted cooperation among various segments of the American society- a woman, a soldier and a factory worker. It is a mixture of crusading, religious and industrial symbolism. The text quotes Henry Wallace, then Vice-President. Creator/Contributor: Martin, David Stone / United States. Office of War Information Publisher: [Washington, D.C.] : U. S. Government Printing Office Year: 1942 Categories: Industrial mobilization Patriotism Propaganda World War, 1939-1945. United States. Posters *This poster was also created in a smaller size format. Antique posters are 'pictures of persuasion,' as we might call them, offer a wealth of art, history, design, and popular culture for us to understand. The poster is a familiar part of our world, and we intuitively understand its role as propaganda, promotion, announcement, or advertisement."|
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