World War II Propaganda: The War at home - C. Wilson

Propaganda during World War II was used as a way to visually and silently create an impact on people and persuade them for an act or an opinion. One of the major uses for propaganda in America during World War II was to get the citizens involved in the war in any way they could, from rationing to war bonds, and more. In doing so, the artists of propaganda used many techniques in creating responses to these messages.

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