"Sew For Victory" ~ This WWII poster encourages women on the home front to 'Sew For Victory' in support of the war. Designed by Pistchal for New York City WPA War Services between 1941 and 1943.
By the 1820s morphine was a popular anodyne, or soother. Morphine was also, however, a prime method of Victorian suicide. Morphine was six times as potent as opium. It was commercially available, and many upper and middle class patients purchased morphine from doctors and injected themselves daily with newly developed needles. This 'morphinism' was unbounded by legal or social guidelines, and many morphine addicts were unaware of their addiction.
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This poster intends to make people think about what they eat - and, in a sense, make them feel guilty if they are eating wastefully.
Prime Minister Winston Churchill with a group of WWII nurses.
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