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  • World War I Propaganda Posters from: www.firstworldwar.com/posterswww.firstworldwar.com/posters
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  • What is Propaganda? information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view.
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  • Australia
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  • Belgium This is a poster encouraging people to buy bonds and reinvest in national reconstruction.
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  • Canada
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  • France All loyal roosters must fight for France! Just kidding: The rooster is a symbol of France (like the eagle in the USA).
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  • France
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  • Germany The Kaiser and the People thank the Army and Fleet
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  • Germany
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  • Russia The Struggle of the Red Knight with the Dark Forces
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  • Soviet Union/Post Revolution Russia Proletarians of the World Unite
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  • Soviet Union/Post Revolution Russia Never Buy in a Private Shop When You Can Buy in Co- operative
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  • Soviet Union/Post Revolution Russia The Czar, the Priest and the Kulak All were enemies of the new Soviet/Communist order. Note: Kulaks were small to midsized businesspeople and independent farmers. The Kulaks were harshly cracked-down on in the 1920s under Stalin.
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  • Great Britain
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  • John Bull, the English Uncle Sam, in a poster very similar to Flaggs I Need You poster with Uncle Sam.
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  • Great Britain
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  • Australia, Canada, New Zealand and India all sent millions of men. About one million Indian soldiers fought for Britain in the First World War and about 100,000 were killed or wounded.
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  • Great Britain In 1914 Ireland was still a British colony (much to the displeasure of most Irish). This is mainly aimed at the Protestant Irish whose ancestors came to Ireland in the centuries prior to WW I.
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  • United States
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  • An appeal to recent immigrants to enlist.
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  • United States
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