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 Serial/Series Title: British War Posters
 Collection: World War Poster Collection
Choose for victory : try a V dish to-day.

Choose for victory : try a V dish to-day.

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Picture of a restaurant menu with a large orange "V" on it. A large black arrow marked "VICTORY DISH" points to the orange "V". At the bottom of the menu is the phrase, "Go Easy with Bread". The background behind the menu is green.
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Keep the wheels turning! : repair work is vital to the war effort.

Keep the wheels turning! : repair work is vital to the war effort.

Date: unknown
Creator: Newbould, Frank, 1887-1951.
Description: Color poster in black and orange tones. Image of a hand holding a wrench.
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Big guns of a British battleship. Each gun fires a shell weighing nearly one ton.

Big guns of a British battleship. Each gun fires a shell weighing nearly one ton.

Date: unknown
Creator: Davies, Roland.
Description: Color drawing of the view from a ship deck, as large cannon-type guns are firing from the deck, over the sea.
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A British short "Sunderland" flying boat patrolling the sea lanes.

A British short "Sunderland" flying boat patrolling the sea lanes.

Date: unknown
Creator: Davies, Roland.
Description: A "flying boat" aircraft is shown flying over the sea. A ship can be seen in the water below.
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A motor-cycle detachment of the British Army armed with "Tommy" guns.

A motor-cycle detachment of the British Army armed with "Tommy" guns.

Date: unknown
Creator: Davies, Roland.
Description: A color drawing of large number of soldiers on motorcycles, traveling down a road in the countryside. There are large tommy guns attached to the motorcycles, aimed forward, and the gun in the foreground appears to be firing.
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One of the magnificent British fighters which have shot down over 3,000 German planes.

One of the magnificent British fighters which have shot down over 3,000 German planes.

Date: unknown
Creator: Davies, Roland.
Description: Color illustration of a British military airplane shooting down a German military airplane. German plane is falling to the ground.
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The famous British "Spitfires" flying in formation. Each machine can fire at the rate of over 6,000 cannon and machine gun bullets per minute.

The famous British "Spitfires" flying in formation. Each machine can fire at the rate of over 6,000 cannon and machine gun bullets per minute.

Date: unknown
Creator: Gardner, James, 1907-1995.
Description: Color illustration of eleven military airplanes flying in formation. The sky is turquoise and gray.
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Battleships of the Royal Navy, steaming in line ahead.

Battleships of the Royal Navy, steaming in line ahead.

Date: unknown
Creator: Davies, Roland.
Description: Color poster of four battleships at sea. One appears closest at right, and three are in the background. Each ship has large guns or cannons that are firing. Three airplanes fly in the sky above the ships.
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A British anti-aircraft battery in action. More than 590 German raiders have been destroyed by anti-aircraft fire over Britain.

A British anti-aircraft battery in action. More than 590 German raiders have been destroyed by anti-aircraft fire over Britain.

Date: unknown
Creator: Gardner, James, 1907-1995.
Description: An image of soldiers firing large anti-aircraft guns into the sky.
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Watch your talk for his sake : never mention arrivals, sailings, cargoes, or destinations to anybody.

Watch your talk for his sake : never mention arrivals, sailings, cargoes, or destinations to anybody.

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: The black and white photo is of a man standing in the crow's nest at the mast of a ship, holding binoculars and looking out to sea.
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