Flame Tree 2013
Hardback 144pp Illustrated 230x205mm
9780857758163   Product Code: 99823
Early 20th century improvements in colour printing and a largely literate population in Britain, France and America meant that posters were becoming more effective than ever before and they were widely used for mass propaganda during the First World War. From Lord Kitchener's famous pointing finger recruitment poster of 1914 to messages promoting thrift, contribution to war work or investment in war bonds, this book examines the progress of the war through 100 colour posters from the UK, USA, Canada and Europe.