Deliver us from evil - Buy War Bonds

Designer: Harriet Nadeau
Decade: 1940s
Year: 1943
Dimensions: ca. 70 x 101 cm
Published by: United States Department of the Treasury
Country: USA
Condition: 3/10
✓ Original - not a reprint!
✓ Delivery in 2-4 working days
✓ 30 day right of return
Scary poster from World War II where this sad motif was used to get American citizens to support the war by buying war bonds. A depressing black-and-white photo of a sad young girl surrounded by smoke or clouds. The image is centered around a white swastika.

The phrase "deliver us from evil" is a scriptural quote from the Bible, Matthew 6:13.

Many of these posters were produced in the 1940s, and not everyone wants such a depressing poster in their home. Since the poster is also in poor condition, with a very damaged right side, we sell it relatively cheaply. However, it is a gripping story that we are dealing with here.

Condition: 3/10 - Folder, moisture damage and much included in the left side.

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