The Poster: Visual Persuasion in WWI

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Painting of a young white woman from the neck up. She has short brown hair and wears a crown of rays similar to the Statue of Liberty.

In WWI, the poster, previously a successful medium for commercial advertising, was recognized as a means of spreading national propaganda with near unlimited possibilities. Learn more about posters, and their use during the war, with this digital exhibition.

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