UPDATE! On October 9, 2007, we expanded our digital collection to include images of Propaganda Posters from WWI as well. These images may be found here. We have also added a blog, called Images of War, and are in the process of applying a new template to the site.
Welcome to the WWI and WWII Propaganda Posters website. This site has been around on the Internet, in one way or another, since early 1995. It was originally started as a companion to a research project on propaganda at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD).
At UCSD, it received over 6000 visitors (quite a large number for the early days of the Internet) before it was eventually moved to a website donated by Open Storage Solutions in 1996. After six years there, and over half a million visitors, the site moved from one free service provider to another until landing on our own domain name in 2004.
Over the years, we have served countless students and other interested parties looking for these images of America's wartime past. We are happy to field inquiries from students doing research projects, please contact us at email@example.com. Yes, as far as we know, all these images are in the public domain, and you are welcome to use them in your report, presentation, etc. (That answers our most common question.)
We do not sell original copies of these posters. However, art.com has the Rosie the Riveter poster, and He's Watching You available. We offer replicas and other photographs and images from WWII for sale in our shop. If you are looking for original collectible propaganda posters, you might want to try Debra Clifford's site, Vintage Poster Works. And another good source for vintage posters is eBay!.
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