We have been looking at a lot of propaganda posters during class this week as we begin to understand more about World War I. I have found this poster, and I would like to pose to you a couple of questions about it.
1) Why were propaganda posters so common during World War I and what was their aim?
2) What tactics of persuasion are used in the above poster? Feel free to print out a copy and annotate the poster itself, or create a PowerPoint or multimedia presentation on your findings which we will present to the class next week.
Continuing on from our introductory lesson today about World War 1, I would like to draw your focus to this resource. It is an interactive, animated map of The Western Front during the years 1914 to 1918 and gives brief information about battles, weaponry, invasions, and other circumstances of war which were relative to the respective countries during the time. I hope you find this useful.
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