War Posters

Farber, Manny
March 1942
New Republic;3/16/42, Vol. 106 Issue 11, p366
Focuses on the uses of war posters during war-time. Statement that posters reach almost everybody and get the message across at a glance; Information that a poster propaganda of the Russians was useful in dealing with morale and the Nazis; Information that Fortune Magazine has suggested the use of certain great American paintings as war posters; Statement that the talents of fine artists is being used to express things pictorially.


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