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Vintage Poster 1943 from World War II, Save waste fats for explosives, take them to your meat dealer is the text message, the dynamic illustration from American artist Henry Koerner shows fat being poured from a frying pan into an eye catching explosion of bombs; published by the United States Office of War Information, printed full color 28 x 20 inches by the U.S. Printing Department Washington D.C.; Click for larger printable copyright free graphic file of this artwork of vintage save waste fats WWII patriotic art poster titled Save waste fats for explosives, take them to your meat dealer.
Vintage Poster 1943 from World War II, Save waste fats for explosives, take them to your meat dealer is the text message, the dynamic illustration from American artist Henry Koerner shows fat being poured from a frying pan into an eye catching explosion of bombs; published by the United States Office of War Information, printed full color 28 x 20 inches by the U.S. Printing Department Washington D.C.; Click for larger printable copyright free graphic file of this artwork of vintage save waste fats WWII patriotic art poster titled Save waste fats for explosives, take them to your meat dealer.

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Another WWII Poster by this same artist Henry Koerner

An emigrant from Austria, Henry Koerner was born in 1915 (died 1991) and illustrated articles for Time and Life magazines during the war years and afterwards.
Housewives and butchers all over the country were mobilized to collect cooking fats for conversion to explosive ingredients.
One pound of waste fat equaled 1/10 of a pound of glycerine.
1/10 pound of glycerine = 1/5 of a pound of nitroglycerine.
1/5 of a pound of nitroglycerine= 1/3 pound of gunpowder.
1/5 of a pound of nitroglycerine equaled ½ pound of dynamite.


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WWII Propaganda Posters Urging Conservation, Limitation, and Rationing by Americans on the home front to support the war effort: The United States did not suffer the same kinds of war deprivations that Europe did, although there were wartime shortages. During World War II it becamenecessary for the U.S. government to ration some foods, rubber, gas, and even clothing. Americans were asked to limit and conserve on many niceties and necessities.Wartime travel, materials and commodities conservation and rationing meant participation and sacrifices by all. Their efforts included scrap drives, taking factory jobs, goods donations and other similar projects to assist the troops on the front lines. Government-sponsored ads, radio shows, posters and pamphlet campaigns urged the American people to comply. With a sense of urgency, the campaigns appealed to America to contribute by whatever means they had, without complaint. These methods were a highly effective and one can imagine how and why by viewing the conservation and rationing posters displayed on this website.
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