World War II has many fascinating artworks. Most of these artworks became posters and used to get peoples attention on the war.
Some of these propaganda posters are aggressive and to the point. Like this one below states that in order to keep our boys safe then do your job. A poster like this could make someone feel responsible for someone else's behalf, and could cause the person to gain a since of pride or depression.
Some propaganda posters were mint to create a sense of pride in the people who looked upon them. A poster like this one here helped to make men feel like it was their duty to enlist into the military to do their part.
Chart on Propaganda Use in Past American Wars: Black: Others Green: Iraq Wars Combined Light Blue: Cold War Yellow: Korean War Red: Vietnam Blue: First World War Dark Red: Second World War.
Propaganda Poster were not just popular in America but also in all the countries. These are Soviet Propaganda Posters the one on the right reads in Russian “Please Soldier, Save Me From Slavery.” While the one on the bottom reads “Fight for the Red Army and Save Us.”
This Poster is one of my favorites . It is a German Poster showing different aspects of Americans and American life and how it will destroy Germany. If you look close enough you can see the Ku-Klux Klan, Miss America, there is a Jewish flag, and other odd ball pics making up the American Machine.
This German Poster Illustrated to the German People that Nothing could stop and The passage reads that the defeat of Russia is coming at full force.
Mainly Most of World War II posters were the most hateful and racist in design history. For Example this poster from Italy was ambivalent about its alliance with Germany, and artists were called on to stir the population with extreme images.