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Актуальное Зеркало Mostbet: Вход И Доступ На Сегодня Новости Пользователей Ставк

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“mostbet Мостбет: Зеркало Рабочее И Обзор Сайта Бк Gou R

“mostbet Мостбет: Зеркало Рабочее И Обзор Сайта Бк Gou Ru Зеркало Бк Мостбет, Войти На Рабочее Mostbet Зеркало Сегодня Content Классические Слоты Как Пополнить Счет И Вывести Деньги С Mostbet Online? Мостбет Зеркало Рабочее Мостбет Авиатор Игра Рабочие Зеркала Мостбет Ежедневно “love The Jackpots” Турнир От Mostbet Possuindo Казино! Поддержка Клиентов В Mostbet Ну А…

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Stevens: Teamwork Builds Ships 1917.

William Dodge Stevens Teamwork Builds Ships. 1917. A three man team of shipyard workers uses a pneumatic rivet gun to bolt parts of a merchant ship’s steel hull together. These parts were manufactured elsewhere and sent by rail to East Coast shipyards and then assembled on site. This was a new and more efficient way…

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Lucy Kemp-Welsh Forward 1915.

This famous Parliamentary Recruiting Committee poster shows a British cavalry officer pointing his 1908 pattern cavalry sword at the enemy while charging forward at a full gallop. At this time (1914) he was also armed with a full sized Lee-Enfield rifle through it’s not shown here. Cavalrymen were dressed in khaki and wore  service dress…

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Puchinger: War Loan 1915.

Erwin Puchuinger War Loan 1915. German war bond poster’s  title trnslatess “ Subscribe to the Third War Loan at 51/2% Interest.” All told, the Germans conducted eight war loan drives during the war. Germany not only financed its own war effort but that off its hapless, Austro-Hungarian allies as well. The Germans and the Austro…

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Biro: To the Front 1915

Mihaly Biro To the Front. 1915. Hungarian text advertises “Easy fights, stunts and games” at this show which includes an army parade with a military band. This extravaganza is organized by the Budapest Garrison for the benefit of military charities under the auspices of the Austrian Empire and the Hungarian Monarchy. Evidently it was so…

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S.O.S. To Berlin 1917.

The only known World War I Poster to depict a black American soldier.  Recently exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.. Two American doughboys, one white one black, sprint across France headed for the Western Front despite their incredibly heavy load of badly needed munitions and military equipment. The more clearly visible of…

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Haase Denktan Uns (Remember Us)

Hasse: Think of Us. ca. 1916.

Hasse: Think of Us. c.1916. Full text reads Think of Us. Help Us reach a Victorious Peace. Buy War Bonds. Printed in Prague, this poster depicts an Austro-Hungarian grenadier striding forward with confidence and steely determination. Starting as early as the late 16th century, grenadiers were infantry soldiers specifically trained to hurl the grenades that…

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New Poster Museums Opened in 2019

Mission statement of Poster House, a brand new museum opening in 2019 in Manhattan that is dedicated to presenting the impact, culture, and design of posters, both as historical documents and methods of contemporary visual communication. Through temporary exhibitions, a growing permanent collection, and educational events, Poster House explores the enormous impact of posters on…

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