U.S. Government Printing Office Help Smash Hitler Now!
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One poster entitled, "Help Smash Hitler Now!" printed by the U.S. Government Printing Office, dated 1943. Poster features a soldier holding a gun in his left hand. He is looking over his shoulder to the viewer and pointing in front of him with his right hand. In front of him is a tank shooting at a wall labeled, "Invasion of Europe." The soldier is saying, "Look! That's Where We Need Every Ton Of Metal You Can Mine And Smelt!" The identifying number at the bottom of the poster is O-529012. The artist of the poster is Rollin Kirby. There is a stamp reading, "Wm. A. Donovan," and the text' "W. Dept on of Publ Rel," on the back of the poster.
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