Original Canadian WWII COME ON CANADA Propaganda Poster by Hubert Rogers - 36” x 24”
Original Item: Only One Available. Illustrated by Hubert Rogers of Ottawa in 1942 and "Printed in Canada" this is a totally original extremely rare Canadian WW2 propaganda poster. it features a Canadian soldier with a Thompson Sub Machine Gun waving the viewer on into battle. It measures 36" tall by 24" wide and still have the original fold lines. It is torn along the fold crease for about 6" along the lower vertical fold, but that will not be visible when mounted in a frame. Overall condition of the poster is very good to excellent, with vibrant colors and no fading it shows the original fold creases but remains smooth and crisp.
Canadian WWI and WWII propaganda were more different than alike. While both were meant to increase support for the Allied war effort, over the course of the war, propaganda posters shifted from being largely word-based, in formative, and humorous to being aggressive, in-your-face, and design-heavy. The federal government felt the strain of wartime demands and felt that it was necessary to make propaganda more dramatic in the hopes of not only building unity, but to cement the fear and hatred of fascism in citizens. Moreover, during WWI loyalty to the empire underscore much of what was produced. With WWII, a more nationalistic, Canada-central tone emerged. Also, the theme of good vs evil became much more heavily used.
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