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Finding Aid to British war posters from the First World War, circa 1914-1918
BANC PIC 2005.170
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He did his duty, will you do yours?
What Burns said - 1782 holds good in 1915: "O! why the deuce should I repine, And be an ill foreboder? I 'm twenty three, and five fee nine I'll go and be a sodger: Take his tip
"Fall in " Answer now in your Country's Hour of Need
1805 "England expects" 1915: Are you doing your duty To-day?
The Scrap of paper: Prussia's perfidy-Britain's bond: Enlist To-day
"No Price can be too high when Honour and Freedom are at stake" The Prime Minister
G.R. Your King and Country need you: Enlist now
4 Questions to men who have NOT enlist: Enlist To-day
"You've proud of your pals in the army of course! But what will your pals think of you?: Think it over!
You have in your pocket silver bullets that will stop the Germans lend them to your country by investing in the war loan to-day
War Loan "The man, be he rich or poor, is little to be envied who at this supreme moment fails to bring forward his savings for the security of his country." The Chancellor of the Exchequer
Back them up: Invest in the war loan
Buy War Loan: And you will help your country and our brave troops in the fighting line
Appeal to Women: Make every penny do the work of two: Put your savings in the war loan
War Loan Invest Five Shillings and help your country to win: Apply for details at the nearest post office
The Navy wants men
Join the Royal marines: help to man the guns of the fleet
To Starred or badged single men or single men in reserved occupations...: Attest Now
Ministry of Munitions: Enlistment of Munitions workers: D Lloyd George, Derby: 16th November, 1915
The Crisis: An appeal to free men
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