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British poster, 1915: Why bother about the Germans invading the country? Invade it yourself by Underground and motor-'bus. (Presumably before the realities of war had hit home.)

British poster, 1915: Why bother about the Germans invading the country? Invade it yourself by Underground and motor-'bus. (Presumably before the realities of war had hit home.)

If the Cap Fits You, Join the Army Today - Vintage War Military Elistment Poster

If the Cap Fits You, Join the Army Today - Vintage War Military Elistment Poster

Title:	German Cruelty to British Prisoners PRC Date	6.1915

Title: German Cruelty to British Prisoners PRC Date 6.1915

Artist	Unknown Printer	Roberts and Leete Ltd, London Title	Cold-Blooded Murder! Publisher/Sponsor	Parliamentary Recruiting Committee Date	1915

Artist Unknown Printer Roberts and Leete Ltd, London Title Cold-Blooded Murder! Publisher/Sponsor Parliamentary Recruiting Committee Date 1915

Postpone you holidays poster from the National Archives

Postpone you holidays poster from the National Archives

This is a fascinating, at times amusing and uniquely feminine perspective of life on the #homefront during the First World War #WWI

This is a fascinating, at times amusing and uniquely feminine perspective of life on the #homefront during the First World War #WWI

Title: Wanted - men, munitions, money. If you can neither enlist nor make munitions, buy the new 4 1/2% war loan! / printed by A. White & Co., 6, Hill Street, Finsbury, E.C. Date Created/Published: London : Parliamentary War Savings Committee, [1915]

Title: Wanted - men, munitions, money. If you can neither enlist nor make munitions, buy the new 4 1/2% war loan! / printed by A. White & Co., 6, Hill Street, Finsbury, E.C. Date Created/Published: London : Parliamentary War Savings Committee, [1915]

Produced in 1917 at the height of the German U-boat campaign, which threatened to bring Britain to her knees, Eat Less Bread was a blunt demand for the public to exercise moderation in consumption of dwindling grain stocks. Produced during the First World © IWM (Art.IWM PST 6564)

Produced in 1917 at the height of the German U-boat campaign, which threatened to bring Britain to her knees, Eat Less Bread was a blunt demand for the public to exercise moderation in consumption of dwindling grain stocks. Produced during the First World © IWM (Art.IWM PST 6564)