World War I Government Poster

In 1917 the United States began a massive publicity campaign to inspire enlistments to the army and purchases of government bonds to support the war effort. In response to the government's calls for enlistments, two million Americans went to France in 1917 and 1918. Their efforts, combined with those of the French and the British, finally broke the German forces and led to victory for the Allies. This poster was designed by James Montgomery Flagg.

Date:
1918
Original Format:
Fine Print Illustration
Item#:
1910.0149
Height:
1339px
Width:
911px
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