A Visual Survey of WWII Posters Created in Support of the War Efforts

Atglen, PA— Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., is pleased to announce the release of World War II Posters, a look into the vitage collection of propaganda used by both sides and how it impacted the war efforts.

This book is a visual survey of posters printed by the United States, the Allies, and the Axis, and offers an overview of the various categories of propaganda posters created in support of the war effort: recruiting, conservation, careless talk/anti-espionage, bond/fundraising, morale, and more. With posters from all combatants, here is a look at propaganda used as a tool used by all parties in the conflict and how similar themes crossed national borders.

Size: 9" x 12" | 548 color & b/w photos | 352 pp

ISBN13: 9780764352461 | Binding: hard cover | $50.00

About the Author

David Pollack, owner of David Pollack Vintage Posters, has been a dealer exclusively in original posters for over 20 years. As past-President of the IVPDA (International Vintage Poster Dealers Association) and co-owner of the International Vintage Poster Fair, David’s involvement in the field of vintage posters is extensive. Specializing in war, propaganda, and protest posters, his knowledge of historical posters of the twentieth century is vast. He has studied and amassed posters from both World Wars, the Korean conflict, the Vietnam War, and the Chinese Cultural Revolution, in addition to political and protest posters. David and his wife Lucy live in Wilmington, Delaware. They have two children, Katie and James.

About the Publisher

Schiffer Publishing, Ltd. is a family-owned, independent publisher of high-quality books. Since 1974, Schiffer has published thousands of titles on the diverse subjects that fuel our readers' passions. From our traditional subjects of antiques and collectibles, arts and crafts, and military history, Schiffer has expanded its catalog to publish books on contemporary art and artists; architecture and design; food and entertaining; the metaphysical, paranormal and folklore; and pop and fringe culture, as well as books for children. Visit www.schifferbooks.com to explore our backlist of 5,500+ titles.

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