Nostalgic Wartime Posters...

Discussion in 'Films, Music and All Things Artsy' started by BlueWatch, Sep 8, 2007.

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  1. I have a collection (small) of old Wartime Posters re-printed onto postcards. Every one is a gem!

    Here are some I found on Google Images.

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    I expect there are those of you that have your favourites... care to share?
     
  2. The one with the bird looks rude to me :D
     
  3. Slightly off tangent, but I remember seeing some calling cards in South Armagh that some booties had knocked up. Something along the lines of The Boys Are Back in Town. It may have been 45 Commando, but my memory fails me.

    Of the WW2 posters the best one was of two Nazi's sitting on a train behind two ladies. Title was something like you never know who's listening.

    Found it:
     

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  4. This is a nice one, but a different war.
     

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  5. Does anyone remember/have a nuclear war poster. I can't remember the exact details, but it was rather gloomy.
     
  6. I've looked on Google Images and this is the only one I found!

    There must be more out there, somewhere.

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  7. I downloaded a few hundred a couple of months ago, weeded down to a few dozen now. Problem is, I can't remember where from and it's now doing my head in!

    Found thousands on here though

    Good one from New Zealand (hence the upside down Union Flag!).....
     

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  8. An excellent link, Lofty... thank you!
     
  9. One of the most powerful images ever to my mind. Often toyed with the idea of updating it to the present day
     

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  10. Don't 'toy with it'.... 'do it'!

    And when you're done, post it up so we can see it - please!
     
  11. My favourite;

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  12. Needle_Point,

    Why not have your sig block made into one!!!

    ;-)