Posters to raise the public's flagging spirit

  TopCat® 15:07 04 Feb 2009

Prior to and during WWII many different posters were printed that adorned walls, buildings and in most public places. These were designed to boost public moral and to fire up the British fighting spirit. They certainly worked for the majority of the population. click here

As a young lad during those dark days I remember them well and, in light of today's economic turmoil, would such moral boosting correctly worded be acceptable in today's society? TC.

  The Brigadier 16:30 04 Feb 2009

"Dig for Victory"
Well most have been over the last few days with the snow!!

  cream. 19:41 04 Feb 2009

"Careless lending costs jobs"

In every workplace

" go that extra mile for our children's future "

  laurie53 20:46 04 Feb 2009

"Be like Dad. Leave Mum"

  gardener 20:57 04 Feb 2009

" You've Never Had It So Good ". Which is probably true.

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