Presented is a vintage WWII propaganda poster, printed in December 1941. The text printed on this poster is taken from President Roosevelt's December 9, 1941 radio address, in which he presented the case for the United States to enter the war, following Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor.
The poster reads, in large red and black text: "We are now in this war. We are all in it-all the way. Every single man, woman, and child is a partner in the most tremendous undertaking of our American history. We must share together the bad news and the good news, the defeats and the victories-the changing fortunes of war. (President Roosevelt, Address to the Nation, December 9, 1941)."
The poster was published by the Division of Information, Office of Emergency Management, in Washington, DC. Their logo is stamped in the bottom right margin.
Good condition. Original color lithograph. Color is still vibrant. Paper is healthy, with only light toning and a small loss to outer right margin. Crease at centerfold. "Division of Information Office of Emergency Management, Washington DC" stamped with logo at bottom right. "U.S. Government Printing Office: 16-25714-1" printed at bottom right. Poster is sold unframed.
Unframed Dimensions: 24"H x 14" W.
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