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Unknown Allies In The Shipyards

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09654.25 Author/Creator: Unknown Place Written: England Type: Poster Date: 1939-1941 Pagination: 1 poster ; 50.7 x 37.9 cm.

One poster entitled, "Allies In The Shipyards" dated 1939-1941. Poster features a ship being built in a shipyard. There are six images of men working, they are labeled; Norway, Fighting France, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Belgium. The poster also features the flags of Great Britain, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium, Yugoslavia, Greece, France, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Luxembourg along the left edge. The poster reads, "Allies In The Shipyards The Workers Portrayed Above, Are All Workers In The Same British Shipyard!" There is a stamp reading, "Wm. A. Donovan" and the text, "United Nations" on the back of the poster.

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