Second World War Posters

Unlike the early stages of the First World War, general recruiting posters were not required in the Second World War because male conscription was introduced in Britain several months prior to the outbreak of the conflict. Recruiting posters were, nevertheless, prominent but they were mainly concerned with specialist services and, in particular, aimed at women. Other recruiting campaigns were linked with boosting industrial and agricultural output.


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