Martin: Strong in the Strength of the Lord 1942



Martin Strong in the Strength of the Lord 1942. Title taken from a famous speech given by Vice-President Henry Wallace in 1942 to the Free World Association in New York City. Grounded in Christian references, Wallace laid out a positive vision for the war beyond the defeat of the Nazis.  Martin invokes the people’s cause as a call to arms, three of which (pun intended) are seen here. Wallace was FDR’s V.P. 28×20 near mint, conservation backed, 40×28 near mint, conservation backed,

Bibliography: James Aulich Posters: Weapons of Mass Communication page 258, Will J. Bird, Jr. & Harry R. Rubenstein Design for Victory World War II Posters on the American Home Front, Page 30 , Denis Judd Posters of World War II  page C-1, Derek Nelson Posters That Won the War, page 13, Zbynek Zeman Selling the War, page 70.