During World War I, (1914–1918) the impact of the poster as a means of communication was greater than at any other time during history, asking men to do their duty and join the military forces. The recruitment camapign used women to encourage men to join the British Army at the Westrn Front in Flanders. At the outbreak of war, most Irish people, regardless of political affiliation, supported the war in much the same way as their British counterparts, and both nationalist and unionist leaders initially backed the British war effort.

- Image ID: WP72K6
During World War I, (1914–1918) the impact of the poster as a means of communication was greater than at any other time during history, asking men to do their duty and join the military forces. The recruitment camapign used women to encourage men to join the British Army at the Westrn Front in Flanders. At the outbreak of war, most Irish people, regardless of political affiliation, supported the war in much the same way as their British counterparts, and both nationalist and unionist leaders initially backed the British war effort.
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Image ID: WP72K6
During World War I, (1914–1918) the impact of the poster as a means of communication was greater than at any other time during history, asking men to do their duty and join the military forces. The recruitment camapign used women to encourage men to join the British Army at the Westrn Front in Flanders. At the outbreak of war, most Irish people, regardless of political affiliation, supported the war in much the same way as their British counterparts, and both nationalist and unionist leaders initially backed the British war effort. The posters had a remarkable ability to inspire, inform, and persuade combined with vibrant design trends in many of the participating countries to produce thousands of interesting visual works.
Location: Ireland

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