Welcome to USA Propaganda. Our goal is to archive all the old US Government propaganda posters from the World War I and World War II eras. While our primary focus is on political propaganda from the U.S., we also showcase the propaganda from Great Britain, Canada, Cuba, and many other countries.

Additionally, we've made quite a few desktops and icon sets for your viewing pleasure.

Hope you enjoy the site.

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From Uncle Sam to Rosie the Riveter, there are some interesting back stories to many of the posters.

Read below to find out more.

J. Howard Miller’s iconic poster is often believed to be Rosie the Riveter or one of the many young women who were helping construct bombers and fighter planes on the west coast, but was actually a painting of a young woman from a helmet lining factory.

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James Montgomery Flagg’s 1917 poster is probably the most famous example of U.S. propaganda. It was based on the original British Lord Kitchener posters and was successfully used to recruit soldiers during both the first and second world wars.


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Welcome to USA Propaganda. Our goal is to archive the WWI and WWII propaganda from the United States and around the world. We hope you enjoy the site.

~The Archivists