BROWSE ITEMS TAGGED "PROPAGANDA"
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War Manpower Radio Script

Radio Script

ca. 1943-1945

In order to recruit more qualified workers and increase production, the Charleston Navy Yard used scripted radio interviews...

Tags: Propaganda | South Carolina | World War II
Charleston Navy Yard Recruiting Posters

Recruiting Posters

1943-1945

The Charleston Navy Yard recruited qualified workers using a variety of techniques, including posters...

Tags: Propaganda | Recruiting | South Carolina | World War II
We won't let 'em down

War Posters

November 6, 1942

The Tennessee Valley Authority used posters, flyers, billboards and other propaganda to promote their participation in the war effort...

Tags: Propaganda | World War II
Industrial Accident Cartoons

"Axisdents" Cartoon

ca. 1943

These cartoons which appeared in "The Eureka Bulletin," a magazine of the Higgins Industries Company, pointed out...

Tags: Georgia | Propaganda | World War II
Give Your Best

Build More Boats!

1942

Citizens on the home front were inundated with calls for them to contribute to the war effort...

Tags: Georgia | Louisiana | Propaganda | World War II
Propaganda Posters

Propaganda Posters

ca. 1943

During the war, strikes by coal miners threatened the nation's wartime production which led to some mines being taken over and run...

Tags: Labor | Propaganda | World War II
Propaganda Posters

Propaganda Posters

1942

The TVA used posters, flyers, billboards, and other propaganda to promote their participation in the war effort...

Tags: Propaganda | Tennessee Valley | World War II
Concerns over Bolsheviks

Bolshevik Propaganda

June 1919

These documents from U.S. Customs pertains to individuals suspected of having Bolshevik contacts. Less than two years after the Russian Revolution...

Tags: Espionage | Florida | Propaganda