Artist Unknown: The Toughest Job Is Still Ahead! 1943.


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Artist Unknown The Toughest Job Is Still Ahead! 1943. By the time this poster was printed, the Allies were on the offensive everywhere, but the outcome of the war was still unclear. Admirals Ernst J. King, Commander-in-Chief, US Fleet, Royal E. Ingersoll, Commander-in-Chief, Atlantic Fleet, and Chester W. Nimitz, Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet, pictured together to demonstrated the urgency of increased production. All three lay out the exegencies of war.  King indicates the greatest trials lay ahead, Ingersoll notes that the Altlantic War is still a 24/7 battle and Nimitz notess the importance of keeping ships afloat and still fighting.  40x28near mint, conservation backed.