|Name||The Illustrated Enemy|
The Illustrated Enemy looks at graphic depictions of national leaders and military and civilian life, as illustrated by artists both before and during World War I. [A new section dealing with World War II Soviet posters was added in April, 2007]. These images were originally published in magazines, books, posters and postcards. The artists are French, German, Italian, Dutch, Russian, Spanish, British and American. Many are unabashedly patriotic, even jingoistic; others are just as firmly anti-war.
|Filename||Link to ww1.htm|
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|Created On:||09/30/2011 19:35|
|Last updated on||09/30/2011 19:41|