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Vásárolj mindent a Földművesszövetkezetben. Játékkártyagyár és Nyomda, Budapest, c1950.
Buy everything in the agricultural cooperatives. Hungarian propaganda poster, c1950.

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Vásárolj mindent a Földművesszövetkezetben. Játékkártyagyár és Nyomda, Budapest, c1950.

Buy everything in the agricultural cooperatives. Hungarian propaganda poster, c1950.

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Vegyetek részt a Magyar Önkéntes Honvédelmi Szövetség és a Dolgozó Ifjúság Szövetsége által rendezett Pákozdi Ifjúsági Versenyen. Typopress, c1950.
Take part in the Youth Competiton of Pákozd organized by the Hungarian Association of Voluntary Defense and the Working Youth Association. Hungarian propaganda poster, c1950.

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Vegyetek részt a Magyar Önkéntes Honvédelmi Szövetség és a Dolgozó Ifjúság Szövetsége által rendezett Pákozdi Ifjúsági Versenyen. Typopress, c1950.

Take part in the Youth Competiton of Pákozd organized by the Hungarian Association of Voluntary Defense and the Working Youth Association. Hungarian propaganda poster, c1950.

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Uncles from the People’s Liberation Army! Quickly go and liberate our little distressed friends in Taiwan by chineseposters.net on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Designer: Huang Dezhen (黄德珍), Li Huanmin (李唤民)
1955, September
Uncles from the People’s Liberation Army! Quickly go and liberate our little distressed friends in TaiwanJiefangjun shushu! Kuaiqu jiefang Taiwan shounande xiao pengyou (解放军叔叔!快去解放台湾受难的小朋友)
Call nr.: BG E15/592 (Landsberger collection)
More? See: chineseposters.net/themes/taiwan-liberation.php

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Uncles from the People’s Liberation Army! Quickly go and liberate our little distressed friends in Taiwan by chineseposters.net on Flickr.

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Designer: Huang Dezhen (黄德珍), Li Huanmin (李唤民)
1955, September
Uncles from the People’s Liberation Army! Quickly go and liberate our little distressed friends in Taiwan
Jiefangjun shushu! Kuaiqu jiefang Taiwan shounande xiao pengyou (解放军叔叔!快去解放台湾受难的小朋友)
Call nr.: BG E15/592 (Landsberger collection)

More? See: chineseposters.net/themes/taiwan-liberation.php

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Sale 2321, Swann Galleries, Vintage Posters auction, August 7th
Sale 2321 Lot 133
H.R. HOPPS (1869-1937) DESTROY THIS MAD BRUTE / ENLIST. Circa 1917. 41x28 inches, 111x71 cm. Condition B+: expert overpainting and repaired tears in margins, some affecting image, minor restored losses, abrasions and restoration in margins and image. "One of the most striking American posters issued during the war" (Picture This p. 68), this fantastic World War I recruitment poster distills the horrors of a German invasion of America into a savage, primitive, sexually charged theme. A red-tongued and drooling gorilla, whose helmet reads “Militarism," is clutching a desperate maiden with her dress torn off in one paw and a bloody club, reading ‘kultur,’ in the other. He is stepping over the sea into America, leaving a burned down and ravaged Europe behind him. “The phallic and bloody cudgel and the beast’s power over the half naked girl give urgency to the enlistment call. As the beast steps onto American shores, recruits are invited both to fight militarism and to vie for the eroticized figure of raped Liberty" (Picture This p. 69). Popular folklore has it that this image was the influence for King Kong. Rawls p. 66, Paret 32, Borkan cov. and 16, Beauty and the Beast p. 5, Picture This p. 69. Estimate $12,000-18,000

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Sale 2321, Swann Galleries, Vintage Posters auction, August 7th

Sale 2321 Lot 133

H.R. HOPPS (1869-1937) DESTROY THIS MAD BRUTE / ENLIST. Circa 1917. 
41x28 inches, 111x71 cm. 
Condition B+: expert overpainting and repaired tears in margins, some affecting image, minor restored losses, abrasions and restoration in margins and image. 
"One of the most striking American posters issued during the war" (Picture This p. 68), this fantastic World War I recruitment poster distills the horrors of a German invasion of America into a savage, primitive, sexually charged theme. A red-tongued and drooling gorilla, whose helmet reads “Militarism," is clutching a desperate maiden with her dress torn off in one paw and a bloody club, reading ‘kultur,’ in the other. He is stepping over the sea into America, leaving a burned down and ravaged Europe behind him. “The phallic and bloody cudgel and the beast’s power over the half naked girl give urgency to the enlistment call. As the beast steps onto American shores, recruits are invited both to fight militarism and to vie for the eroticized figure of raped Liberty" (Picture This p. 69). Popular folklore has it that this image was the influence for King Kong. Rawls p. 66, Paret 32, Borkan cov. and 16, Beauty and the Beast p. 5, Picture This p. 69. 
Estimate $12,000-18,000

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Daily exercise is healthy by chineseposters.net on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Designer: Luo Riming (罗日明)
1985, July
Daily exercise is healthyTiantian duanlian shenti hao (天天锻炼身体好)
Call nr.: E13/240 (Landsberger collection)
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Daily exercise is healthy by chineseposters.net on Flickr.

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Designer: Luo Riming (罗日明)
1985, July
Daily exercise is healthy
Tiantian duanlian shenti hao (天天锻炼身体好)
Call nr.: E13/240 (Landsberger collection)

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“While searching for images to illustrate my Wartime article, I came across this German propaganda poster from 1918. It ultimately didn’t make the cut but I think it’s very interesting. The seaplane soaring into the top left of the poster is a Friedrichshafen FF.33; in fact it is the very one which scouted for the raider Wolf during its voyage into Australasian waters in 1917, Wölfchen (‘Little wolf’ or rather ‘Wolf’s cub’). But what about the two people in the lower right, cowering in fear before the swooping aeroplane? They appear to be stereotypical and somewhat racist images of Africans, or possibly Papuans. I suspect the latter…”

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While searching for images to illustrate my Wartime article, I came across this German propaganda poster from 1918. It ultimately didn’t make the cut but I think it’s very interesting. The seaplane soaring into the top left of the poster is a Friedrichshafen FF.33; in fact it is the very one which scouted for the raider Wolf during its voyage into Australasian waters in 1917Wölfchen (‘Little wolf’ or rather ‘Wolf’s cub’). But what about the two people in the lower right, cowering in fear before the swooping aeroplane? They appear to be stereotypical and somewhat racist images of Africans, or possibly Papuans. I suspect the latter…”

1942 … loose lips! (UK) (by x-ray delta one)
Frenemy…

1942 … loose lips! (UK) (by x-ray delta one)

Frenemy…

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