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1940s Society Shop >  Reproduction Posters >  Second World War Non British Allied Posters

Second World War Non British Allied Posters

Putting on an event or just want something differant for the office wall. Here is our selection of reproduction posters from other Allied nations.


F001 Lets Go Canada

F001 Lets Go Canada


Price: 5.99


Reproduction Poster printed on heavy coated mat paper (aprox. 20 x 30 inches)
Authentic looking reproduction.
A poster encouraging Canadians to give their support.

F002 Come on Canada

F002 Come on Canada


Price: 5.99


Reproduction Poster printed on heavy coated mat paper (aprox. 20 x 30 inches)
Authentic looking reproduction.
Another poster encouraging Canadians to give their full support to the war.

F003 Margie no12

F003 Margie no12


Price: 5.99


Reproduction Poster printed on heavy coated mat paper (aprox. 20 x 30 inches)
Authentic looking reproduction.
Margie Stewert was the official US poster girl and featured on many posters. This example from 1945 promotes savings and shows her writing a letter to her sweetheart overseas.

F004 Your Red Cross is at his side

F004 Your Red Cross is at his side


Price: 5.99


Reproduction Poster printed on heavy coated mat paper (aprox. 20 x 30 inches)
Authentic looking reproduction.
A US poster encouraging giving to the Red Cross.

F005 Buy War Bonds

F005 Buy War Bonds


Price: 5.99


Reproduction Poster printed on heavy coated mat paper (aprox. 20 x 30 inches)
Authentic looking reproduction.
An iconic image on this US poster encouaging the purchase of War Bonds to help with the war effort.

F006 Third War Loan

F006 Third War Loan


Price: 5.99


Reproduction Poster printed on heavy coated mat paper (aprox. 20 x 30 inches)
Authentic looking reproduction.
A hard hitting ipicture of a boy who has lost his father is the nducement from the US to encourage the buying War Bonds.

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