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  • All fields: World War II Maps and Posters
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    • Here Are 15 Smashing "By-Line" Stories With A Punch!

    • A compilation of articles written by celebrities, such Gracie Allen and Bob Hope, encouraging Americans to buy war bonds during the Sixth War loan; some celebrities have a photo next to their article. Description states, "This unusual material was...
    • India

    • A map of India is surrounded on all four sides by pictures and text describing the country and its people.
    • Japan is a Tough Nut to Crack

    • A map of Japan and nearby nations, indicating which areas are allied held and which are Japanese held. Graphics and text explain why Japanese are such tough foes who must be defeated. Issued by Industrial Information Division, Wartime Information...
    • Your Bonds will Back the Attack!

    • A photo montage depicting a variety of equipment such flame throwers, tanks, Jeeps, and walkie-talkies. Each image is labeled with a its name and cost. Printed at bottom: "Photos by: U.S. Army Air Forces, U.S. Navy, U.S. Army Signal Corps,...
    • Veterans Jobs in the Federal Government are open to you

    • 1944
    • Along the left side of the poster are the smiling faces of several veterans, men and women, from various branches of the armed services, at top is eagle insignia. Text states veterans get prefernce in appointment, and directs readers to the Civil...
    • What are buses doing to win the "Battle of Transportation..."

    • An informational poster about Greyhound buses and the war effort. Drawing of a bus with people boarding and several smaller drawings. Sections include how buses serve the armed forces, what buses are doing for war industries, essential civilian...
    • The War Program

    • An organizational flow chart compiled April, 1942 by the United States Information Service which lists all offices established since the war began, with the exception of the armed forces, which were already in existence before the war.
    • United States Government--Executive Branch

    • An organizational flow chart compiled January, 1944 by Office of War Information which lists all branches and departments of the executive branch of government. The chart distinguishes between permanent and emergency agencies, and also lists allied...
    • The Government of the United States

    • An organizational flow chart compiled January, 1944 by the Office of War Information which lists all branches and departments of the federal government.
    • Help Send Them What it takes to Win

    • 1943
    • At center of poster is a depiction soldiers and piles of canned goods on a battleship. A tank and missile can be seen being lowered from above. A helicopter also flies above. Around this central image is a border of illustrations depicting...
    • Your Job in the Navy--How to Tell It! What it Means!

    • At top of poster, several ships are featured with the insignia of five types of naval officers drawn above the ships. Text explains numerous navy jobs, gives their civilian equivalent, and encourages enlistment in the Navy. Printed at bottom...
    • Murphey, Matt.
    • Woman Power--Women's Army Auxiliary Corps

    • Brochure describes the of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, its various roles for women, qualifications necessary to join, and a pay scale. Photographs show women at work and in various training exercises.
    • Our Carelessness--Their Secret Weapon

    • 1943
    • Caricature drawing of Hitler and Hirohito overlooking a forest fire. Text: "Prevent forest fires." Printed at bottom "U.S. Government Printing Office: 1943-O-505840."


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