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Gasoline Conservation Poster from World War II 1944, Have you really tried to save gas by getting into a car club? large text placed over a close up facial image of a an injured American soldier; poster plea created for gasoline conservation by artist Harold Von Schmidt published by U.S. Office of Price Administration printed by the U.S. Government Printing Office; Click for larger printable copyright free graphic file of this American patriotic gasoline conservation poster.
Gasoline Conservation Poster from World War II 1944, Have you really tried to save gas by getting into a car club? large text placed over a close up facial image of a an injured American soldier; poster plea created for gasoline conservation by artist Harold Von Schmidt published by U.S. Office of Price Administration printed by the U.S. Government Printing Office; Click for larger printable copyright free graphic file of this American patriotic gasoline conservation poster.

U.S. Office of Price Administration Note:During World War 2 the Office of Price Administration fixed prices and rationed scarce commodities such as tires and gasoline.
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 became necessary 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 gain a better understanding and imagine how and why they worked so well by viewing the historic conservation and rationing posters like this one displayed on this web page; this vintage poster sends a strong effective message.

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Patriotic World War II posters published by the U.S. Government were often works of art by notable artists of the 1940s to inspire, inform, and educate the American people about the war efforts and requirements of the United States and the Allied Countries. These historic Patriotic WWII poster artworks are public domain images because are vintage posters they are copyright free images, works of art in the public domain, download and use them free and freely. God Bless America, may it's patriotic ideas and ideals survive forever against any and all enemies; prey for the United States of America and it's protectors which are in harms way. Animated small American flag, free US partiotic animated gif clipart to promote United States of America patriotic free clipart page; CLICK to visit the free patriotic U.S.A. American clipart page. click for free patriotic American Clipart


Summary Conclusion: Description: Patriotic Gasoline Conservation Poster from World War II 1944, Have you really tried to save gas by getting into a car club? large text placed over a close up facial image of a an injured American soldier who has obviously made a personal sacrifice; an effective artistic poster plea created for gasoline conservation by artist/illustrator Harold Von Schmidt, published by U.S. Office of Price Administration printed full color 82 x 22 inches by the U.S. Government Printing Office now a public domain image of a historic U.S.A. American Government Patriotism Symbol copyright free image of a patriotic WWII poster titled Have you really tried to save gas by getting into a car club?: World_War_II_Patriotic_Posters_USA_Conservation_Gas_1.jpg linked to larger public domain artwork jpg copyright free picture image art file; additionally there are also USA services and stuff for purchase from ads for American Patriotic themed items for sale on this copyright free public domain World War Two Patriotic Gasoline Conservation Poster graphics art page. Categories: gas conservation gasoline automobile car auto club car club WWII patriotic posters, public domain images, copyright free images, office of war information, government printing office, washington d.c., printed color, public domain artwork, public domain graphics, public domain art, works in the public domain, copyright free pictures, world war 2, world war II, world war 2, patriotic posters, ww2, USA U.S.A. United States of America US patriotic american patriot united states copyright free images pictures symbols propaganda public domain images copyright free images artwork graphics art works free pictures Tags: gasoline automobile car auto car club conservation rationing conserve shortage shortages sacrifice sacrifices commodities materials home front patriotic world war II posters public domain images copyright free images office of war information government printing office washington d.c. 1940s vintage artists paintings color printing printed artwork graphics art works free pictures government american soldier USA U.S.A. United States of America US american patriot copyright free images pictures symbols propaganda

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