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Fighting in France for freedom! Are you helping at home?

Fighting in France for freedom! Are you helping at home?

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Buy wall art of this image titled: Fighting in France for freedom! Are you helping at home?, from the World War I Posters Collection by Second Story Prints. Top quality print reproductions available now!

  • Tags
    • World War, 1914-1918--Recruiting & enlistment--United States.
    • Women--War--1910-1920.
    • Trench warfare--France--1910-1920.
  • Notes
    • Text continues: Needed in overseas hospitals - soldiers' wives. Women whose husbands are in service abroad are eligible for the Army School of Nursing as Hospital Assistants. They are the only married women thus eligible. For information address: Women's Committee, Council of National Defense, Washington, D.C.
    • Caption: Routing out the Germans in hand to hand encounters at the battle of Neuve Chappelle. F. Matania of the London Sphere paints a scene described to him of the battle of Neuve Chappelle in which he depicts accurately the character of the close hand to hand encounters in the trenches and above them which resulted in victory for the Britishers. It shows the desperate character of the fighting.
    • News Photo Poster No. 14, issued for Maine Committee on Public Safety, Blaine Mansion, Augusta, Maine.
    • Drawn by F. Matania.
    • Copyright N.Y. Herald.
    • Mounted with other News Photo Posters.
    • Title from item.
  • Original Date: 1918
  • Formats: Halftone photomechanical prints--1910-1920.
  • Original Publisher: New Haven, Conn. : Illustrated Current News, 1918
  • Reference #: 2003663059
  • SKU #: 56018B86
  • Part of Collection: World War I Posters
  • Link to original at the Library of Congress: Fighting in France for freedom! Are you helping at home?
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