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[Collection of British World War II posters] [picture]
Bib ID 2095881
Format PicturePicture
Description London : H.M.S.O., 1941 
8 posters : col. ; 76.3 x 50.7 or smaller. 
Summary

Don't gossip - careless talk costs lives/[Fougasse]. To my people/George,[VI], R.I. Russia Day, Friday October 17th ... Treatment of gas-contaminated persons/Ministry of Health. In your hands : don't let them down. You are helping to win the war ...Time flies -we must help. It's our war ...

Notes

4 posters have logo : V with circular initials surrounded by words 'Exhortation for victory.'

Subjects World War, 1939-1945 -- War work -- Great Britain -- Posters.  |  Posters, English.
Other authors/contributors Fougasse  |  George King of Great Britain, 1895-1952

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